The Discipline of Grid Architecture for Utilities, Public Policy Makers, and Stakeholders

The Discipline of Grid Architecture for Utilities, Public Policy Makers, and Stakeholders
Posted: 15 Apr 2015
Authors:
Jeffery D. Taft
Primary Committee:
IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
Pages: 3

Traditional methods of understanding grid interactions are increasingly insufficient for the 21st Century grid. The discipline of grid architecture treats the grid as a Network of Structures with ultra-large scale complexity. This provides a means to help all stakeholders understand the impact of changes across the grid infrastructure, controls, industry structure, communications, markets, and more.

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