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How software and initiatives are fueling the growth of smart grid technology

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re: How software and initiatives are fueling the growth of smart grid technology
EREBUS0   6/29/2011 8:18:34 PM
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An interesting article, but in the future please define your abbreviations before you use them! It look forward to seeing the results of this evolving technology after it has been installed in a real community and responding to dynamic energy use. Thanks

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EREBUS0   6/29/2011 8:16:37 PM
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An interesting article, but in the future, please define your abbreviations before you use them! I look forward to seeing how all of the new technology works after it has been implemented into a real community. Thanks,

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