GE's most important contribution to the smart grid yet (and it's not technology)
from Smart Grid News
Nearly one year ago, Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast, leaving 72 dead, damaging 650,000 homes and knocking out power for 8.5 million Americans. This anniversary serves as a reminder of the challenges facing electric distribution companies as they plan for the future design and operation of the power grid. These utilities are expected to improve their resiliency during severe weather events, replace aging infrastructure, integrate greater quantities of renewable and distributed generation and secure their systems against cyber and physical attacks.
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