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The Role of the Smart Grid

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For generations, the delivery of electricity has been a one-way operation. The utilities obtain, process and supply. Consumers receive and use. As utilities adopt “smart” technologies, processes become increasingly automated.

“Renewables are changing everything,” says Kenny O’Dell, Sensus Marketing Director of Electric Metering. From renewables like solar panels or through micro grids, electricity gets injected into the distribution system. “Electricity flowing onto the grid from consumers changes variances,” O’Dell continues, “so the future must be about handling injection into the grid.”

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