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  • Jul 30, 2015 | Guest Writer

    From New York to California to Hawaii, we're inviting new generation, distribution and energy management technologies into grid systems and encouraging formerly monopolistic and slow-moving utilities to reinvent themselves as smart, nimble player-coaches in a newly dynamic and pluralistic energy marketplace.

  • Jul 29, 2015 | Kathleen Wolf Davis

    It sounds like the start of an old joke: These economists walk into a ballroom ... and you can make your own punchline that involves a minor disaster and major modeling (of the numbers variety). But the IEEE Power & Energy Society’s (PES) grid economics super session this week was serious business.

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