5 things the U.S. could learn from South Korea's smart grid
from Smart Grid News
In the 1990s, South Korea was in distress due to the Asian financial crisis. Then it decided to build the infrastructure to become a "knowledge superpower." First it deregulated the telecom sector to foster competition. Next it began to market broadband as a way for students to enhance their prospects in school. By 2012, South Korea's high-speed Internet penetration rate topped 100 percent — the highest in the world.
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