Advancing Grid Modernization and Smart Grid Policy

Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) has released a new white paper, "Advancing Grid Modernization and Smart Grid Policy: A Discussion Paper."

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Developed from the Advanced Energy Economy Grid Modernization forum held in Boulder, Colorado on June 18, 2013, the Discussion Paper identifies the most relevant barriers to broader smart grid adoption, as well as corresponding policy options put forward for consideration. 

In 2011, U.S. electric power sector retail revenue from ultimate customers totaled $371 billion, representing a market of a little more than $1 billion per day. Modernizing the grid with technology that makes electric power delivery more secure and reliable, and provides new ways to increase efficiency, represents a tremendous market opportunity for the advanced energy industry. However, realizing this opportunity will require policies that increase market access for new entrants and encourages deployment of new solutions, leading to the development of a secure, clean and efficient “grid of the future.”

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Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) has released a new white paper, "Advancing Grid Modernization and Smart Grid Policy: A Discussion Paper."

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Developed from the Advanced Energy Economy Grid Modernization forum held in Boulder, Colorado on June 18, 2013, the Discussion Paper identifies the most relevant barriers to broader smart grid adoption, as well as corresponding policy options put forward for consideration. 

In 2011, U.S. electric power sector retail revenue from ultimate customers totaled $371 billion, representing a market of a little more than $1 billion per day. Modernizing the grid with technology that makes electric power delivery more secure and reliable, and provides new ways to increase efficiency, represents a tremendous market opportunity for the advanced energy industry. However, realizing this opportunity will require policies that increase market access for new entrants and encourages deployment of new solutions, leading to the development of a secure, clean and efficient “grid of the future.”

Complete the form to download the paper in full.