The Smart Grid has evolved from a concept to reality in California. In its earliest days, Smart Grid was a collection of interesting ideas for a more sustainable and efficient energy infrastructure that created a buzz with influential policy makers. The Smart Grid has matured from concepts in white papers to real capabilities that are providing concrete and measureable benefits to utility customers and providing new opportunities for technology companies across California.
PG&E is recognized as a leader in Smart Grid in the U.S. and around the world. PG&E has been named the greenest utility in the U.S. by Newsweek, has consistently been named as a top utility for its Smart Grid program and has been recognized as the leading utility in the U.S. for grid integration of solar energy generation. Kevin Dasso, the executive responsible for PG&E’s Smart Grid program, will describe PG&E’s current Smart Grid program and how it is providing real benefits to its customers today.
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