In the second part of this series, we explain smart grid opportunities to advance end-use energy efficiency and clean distributed generation. This paper also outlines the potential benefits for energy efficiency and distributed generation. The first part of the series, published in May 2010, described strategies for improving efficiency of utility distribution systems, with and without a smart grid.
Is It Smart if It’s Not Clean? Part Two: Smart Grid, Consumer Energy Efficiency, and Distributed Generation
April 5, 2011
- Lisa Schwartz