Help for Public Utilities Trying to Get Their Heads Around the Smart Grid Business Case

Texas A&M University is establishing a research consortium to help electric cooperatives, municipal and other public utilities get a handle on evaluating the Smart Grid business case. The reasoning is that public utilities are generally smaller and don´t have the additional resources to weigh Smart Grid technologies. Participants in the six-month consortium will get an Excel-based Smart Grid business model customized for their utilities, a Smart Grid resource guide and passes to an upcoming conference and workshops. 
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