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Deployment Experience: Cost-Benefit Analyses

The Smart Grid Information Clearinghouse (SGIC) collects Cost-Benefit Analyses from the group of trusted sources. Comparison of those positive and negative impacts aids in planning for future project. Each Smart Grid Cost-Benefit Analysis must stand on its own as there is no single approach or methodology that is used to compare every project. Each analysis is expected to contain metrics that satisfy the requirements of that project. Please use the tool below to browse available Cost-Benefit Analyses by smart grid domain and year. The search results are sorted alphabetically by information source and title. The link from each cost-benefit document title provides a brief description and the ability to download the full document.


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Title Source Year Document Typesort icon
Reliability-Centred Asset Maintenance — A Step Towards Enhanced Reliability, Availability, and Profitability of Wind Power Plants
IEEE
2010
Technical paper
The Cost of Losses for Future Network Investment in the New Networks Regime
Energeia Pty Ltd
2010
Technical paper
Metrics and Benefits Analysis and Challenges for Smart Grid Field Projects
IEEE
2011
Technical paper
The Smart Grid in Texas: A Primer
Power Across Texas
2011
Technical paper
Guidebook for Cost/Benefit Analysis of Smart Grid Demonstration Projects
EPRI
2012
Technical paper
The Integrated Grid: Realizing the Full Value of Central and Distributed Energy Resources
EPRI
2014
Technical paper
Vision for a Holistic Power Supply and Delivery Chain
EPRI
2009
Technical paper
Functional Requirements for Electric Energy Storage Applications on the Power System Grid
EPRI
2011
Technical paper
Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator (MISO) Energy Storage Study
EPRI
2012
Technical paper
The Costs and Benefits of Smart Meters for Residential Customers
IEE
2011
White paper
Financial Benefits of Interoperability
GridWiseAC
2009
White paper
Reliability Benefits of Interoperability
GridWiseAC
2009
White paper
Responding to EPAct 2005: Looking at Smart Meters for Electricity, Time-Based Rate Structures, & Net Metering
EEI
2006
White paper
Executive Brief: Advanced Metering Information Systems
MADRI
2004
White paper
Solar Photovoltaics: Status, Costs, and Trends
EPRI
2009
White paper
The Green Grid - Energy Savings and Carbon Emissions Reductions Enabled by a Smart Grid
EPRI
2008
White paper
Deciding on "Smart" Meters: The Technology Implications of Section 1252 of the EPAct of 2005
MADRI
2006
White paper
Paving the Road to Smart Grid Success: Enhancing the Focus on Smart Customer Communications
Utilipoint
2010
White paper
The Smart Grid Vision for India’s Power Sector
DRUM India
2010
White paper
Smart Grids: Fact or Fiction?
Electric Power Engineering Centre
2013
White paper
10 Smart Grid "Must Haves" for Municipal Utilities
SmartGridNews.com
2013
White paper
Strategic Asset Management: A Primer for Electric Utilities
SmartGridNews.com
2012
White paper
GRIDONOMICS: An Introduction to the Factors Shaping Electric Industry Transformation
Cisco
2011
White paper
Microgrids: An Old idea with New Potential
S&C Electric Company
2013
White paper
Failure to Act: The Economic Impact of Current Investment Trends in Electricity Infrastructure
ASCE
2012
White paper
Resiliency planning for the transmission grid
ABB
2013
White paper
Leading strategies driving smart grid investment
ABB
2013
White paper
Building a business case: Capital investments in grid reliability
ABB
2013
White paper
Wind Power: Issues and Opportunities for Advancing Technology, Expanding Renewable Generation and Reducing Emissions
EPRI
2011
White paper