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Digitization of the Grid

The Internet of Things is poised to make the smart grid even smarter.

Today’s electricity delivery system is a grid in transition as it shifts from a demand-driven to a bidirectional energy system. New digital technologies are transforming the industry from the traditional analog enterprise to an interconnected flexible structure. New energy sources are making distributed generation a viable alternative to the established large central generation plant. New regulations are becoming more stringent, requiring utilities to be more energy efficient, reduce emis

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