SmartEnergy IP launches DOE working group for smart grid customer education

Philadelphia, October 3, 2012 — SmartEnergy IP, a strategy and research firm dedicated to smart grid customer education, announced being awarded a contract from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to create the Smart Grid Customer Education Working Group.

The working group will bring stakeholders from the energy and utilities industry together with the common purpose of sharing information and building best practices around smart grid customer education.

By evaluating tools, techniques and programs used by utilities across the U.S. to introduce advanced metering, time-of-use rates and energy management to its customers, the group will develop a Smart Grid Customer Education Model that will become a resource for utilities rolling out smart grid programs.


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