The utility’s role is changing, and regulation must change along with it – to spur innovation and respond to evolving customer needs. Modernizing the industry will require a dynamic approach.
Saving The Smart Grid
Hype, hysteria, and strategic planning.
the variables in regulation, climate, markets and infrastructure around the country. But the communication problem is a universal nut that every utility must crack.
“The bottom line is we need to take care of our infrastructure as a country, because the northeast blackout cost us almost 1 percent of our GDP—one blackout,” Hickman says, “We know what we need to do today, and we can’t let a bunch of distracting conversations cause us not to take the first step forward on the path.”