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DOE Smart Grid System Report
Author:
DOE
Year:
2009
Abstract:

The state of smart grid deployment covers a broad array of electric system capabilities and services enabled through pervasive communications and information technology, with the objective to improve reliability, operating efficiency, resiliency to threats, and our impact to the environment. By collecting information from a workshop, interviews, and research of existing smart grid literature and studies, this report attempts to present a balanced view of progress toward a smart grid across many fronts.

The Department of Energy sponsored a workshop, “Implementing the Smart Grid,” that engaged stakeholders from utilities, reliability coordinators, electricity market operators, end users, suppliers, trade organizations, and state and federal regulators, as well as the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The workshop’s outcomes provide a foundation for the metrics identified in this report.

Document Type:
Report
Source:
DOE