RALEIGH, NC - June 29, 2010
The energy industry is in the midst of a remarkable transition from a relatively static system of distribution and monitoring to a modern and complex system of intelligent devices, services and applications. The emerging smart grid will redefine power transmission, distribution and consumption with new levels of transparency, intelligence and control. From utility substations to end users, the grid will accommodate greater functionality and be more secure, resilient and efficient. While the end goal is to build a smarter grid, there are multiple interpretations as to the precise meaning and implications of what a truly smart grid will look like.
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