Smart grid projections made for 2012
SUBNET Solutions Inc | Thursday, January 12, 2012
On January 12, 2012, Giga Om published its smart grid predictions for 2012, which include deployment of new systems, more utility use of data analytics and more progress on adopting standards.
According to the news source, "smart grid 2.0" will become a reality, which will allow consumers to see more electricity pricing options as well as the adoption of automation technologies. The movement will take place in areas where smart meters have already been developed, such as Ontario, Texas and California.
Utilities will use data analytics more frequently, the media outlet stated, which will allow companies to better sift through the influx of information that will come from smart grid devices. More progress is expected to be made on smart grid standards, which include data exchange standards for providing data to outside parties with the consent of consumers.
In 2012, the electric industry's collection of literature and experience will expand, as more reports and conferences will be highlighted.
SUBNET Solutions Inc. is slated to be featured in many of these upcoming conferences, where its Unified Grid Intelligence solutions for installing substation automation and remote access will be discussed.
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