Industry Report: The 2010 North American Utility Smart Grid Deployment Survey

The 2010 North American Utility Smart Grid Deployment Survey draws on more than 30 detailed smart grid deployment questions posed to decision-makers at more than 50 North American utilities.
 
The report provides critical insights about the near-term issues and longer-term plans for the developing smart grid market. The 58-page report, including more than 35 data graphics, accompanied with written analysis, provides information relating to:
  • AMI and smart meter deployment schedules,
  • Priorities for building out a networked grid,
  • Utility deployment concerns,
  • Connecting smart grid networks to consumers,
  • Primary applications and benefits of smarter grids,
  • Plans for distribution automation and distribution management systems,
  • The integration of renewables, storage and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles,
  • Policy and regulation, and  North American utilities’ familiarity with smart grid product/service vendors  

Click here to read the report

 

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Industry Report: The 2010 North American Utility Smart Grid Deployment Survey

The 2010 North American Utility Smart Grid Deployment Survey draws on more than 30 detailed smart grid deployment questions posed to decision-makers at more than 50 North American utilities.
 
The report provides critical insights about the near-term issues and longer-term plans for the developing smart grid market. The 58-page report, including more than 35 data graphics, accompanied with written analysis, provides information relating to:
  • AMI and smart meter deployment schedules,
  • Priorities for building out a networked grid,
  • Utility deployment concerns,
  • Connecting smart grid networks to consumers,
  • Primary applications and benefits of smarter grids,
  • Plans for distribution automation and distribution management systems,
  • The integration of renewables, storage and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles,
  • Policy and regulation, and  North American utilities’ familiarity with smart grid product/service vendors  

Click here to read the report