Q&A: How rural co-ops can help lead the smart grid transition
from Midwest Energy News
Rural electric cooperatives spread across the U.S. in the 1930s to electrify parts of the country where as many as nine out of 10 rural homes lacked electricity. Today, many of those co-ops are building on that legacy by deploying an advanced, 21st-century version of the electricity distribution systems they brought to farms decades ago. In some cases, rural America is seeing the smart grid arrive at their doorstep well before their urban and suburban counterparts.
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