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Smart Grid Economic and Environmental Benefits: A Review and Synthesis of Research on Smart Grid Benefits and Costs
Author:
SMART GRID CONSUMER COLLABORATIVE
Year:
2013
Abstract:

The SGCC completed this review to help stakeholders better understand the benefits – economic, environmental, reliability, and customer choice – associated with Smart Grid investments. We present controlled studies from actual Smart Grid deployments whenever possible, synthesizing research results into a “per customer per year” context using assumptions based on actual Smart Grid deployments. In order to reflect variability across different utility operating environments, we present a set of conservative assumptions that we refer to as the “Reference Case,” along with more aggressive assumptions reflecting “the state of the possible” that we refer to as the “Ideal Case.” We also describe the benefit drivers for each Smart Grid capability.

Document Type:
Report
Source:
SMART GRID CONSUMER COLLABORATIVE.