Gridlock in 2030?
Author(s)Schmalensee, Richard; Heidel, Timothy D.; Kassakian, John G.
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A few years ago, former Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson characterized the U.S. electric grid, the system of physical and human systems linking generators to loads, as “third-world.” 1 More recently, others have claimed that smart grid technologies promise to “spur the kind of transformation the Internet has already brought to the way we live, work, play and learn.” [superscript 2]
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Sloan School of Management
Public Utilities Fortnightly
Public Utilities Reports Inc.
Heidel, Timothy D.; Kassakian, John G.; Schmalensee, Richard. "Gridlock in 2030?" Public Utilities Fortnightly January 2012: 22-28.
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