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Benefits of Smart Grid Interoperability

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Author(s)

Avi Gopstein, Cuong Nguyen, Cameron Brooks, Michael Hughes, Marguerite Behringer, Wendy Klarman, Chris Villarreal, Danielle Sass Byrnett

Abstract

The electricity grid is changing. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has indicated that operating a modern grid will involve a diverse portfolio of energy resources and multiple economic structures that will rely on, and ultimately benefit from, enhanced interoperability for technology and components of the system, which will unlock tremendous new value across the power system.
Citation
National Association of Regulated Utility Commissioners

Keywords

Smart Grid, Interoperability

Citation

Gopstein, A. , Nguyen, C. , Brooks, C. , Hughes, M. , Behringer, M. , Klarman, W. , Villarreal, C. and Byrnett, D. (2022), Benefits of Smart Grid Interoperability, National Association of Regulated Utility Commissioners, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=934880, https://pubs.naruc.org/pub/553A70C3-1866-DAAC-99FB-14CD67C62318 (Accessed January 28, 2023)
Created December 8, 2022