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Customer Participation in the Smart Grid – Lessons Learned

Unlike other smart grid investments, customer-facing technologies and programs—such as in-home displays, programmable communicating thermostats, and web portals—require effective communications and new interactions between utilities and customers to maximize the value of new capabilities. Effective outreach, education, marketing, and messaging […] Read More

Published: September 1, 2014
Categories: Best Practices, Consumer Engagement, and Pilot Programs.
Author: Department of Energy.
Resource Type: Reports.

Smart Grid Meeting Posters

The advanced metering system IFP plans to install has provided immense savings to utilities through more efficient operations – from improved load management to theft detection. These posters illustrate those savings and reach.

Published: May 14, 2013
Categories: Pilot Programs, Smart Grid Benefits, and Smart Grid Information.
Author: Idaho Falls Power.
Resource Type: Fact Sheets.

Smart Grid Annual Report

In its 2011 Smart Grid Deployment Plan, PG&E outlined its Smart Grid vision: “Providing customer safe, reliable, secure, cost-effective, sustainable, and flexible energy services through the intergration of advanced communications and control technologies to transform the operations of PG&E electric […] Read More

Published: October 1, 2012
Categories: News & Events, Pilot Programs, and Utility Preparedness.
Author: SDG&E.
Resource Type: Filings.

ComEd’s Smart Grid Innovation Corridor: Piloting the Regulatory Environment in Illinois Case Study

Vermont Law School’ s Institute for Energy and the Environment Smart Grid Project utilizes case study analysis of smart grid program implementation to examine the question: what legal, regulatory, and other policy changes can best ensure that Smart Grid implementation […] Read More

Published: October 1, 2012
Categories: Best Practices, Pilot Programs, and Smart Grid Benefits.
Author: IEE.
Resource Type: Reports.