During the webinar, Steven will review some highlights from the first three webinars and discuss technology advances that are moving the electric utility industry toward singularity. Electric Energy: Production, Transportation, Storage, End-Use. Alternative Networks: Adaptive, Distributed, Asynchronous - Microgrids, Nanogrids, Virtual Grids. Information: Monitoring, Communication, Analysis, Response. Alternative Markets: Global, Regional, Local - Transactive Energy Markets. Automation: Anticipation, Avoidance, Assimilation and More. Alternative Control Systems: Peer-to-Peer Energy.
The Evolution of the Smart Grid - Part 4 with Steven Collier
Posted: 22 Aug 2013
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Webinar Series
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