US Smart Grid Roll-Out: Forging Ahead
01/21/2010

The United States has embarked on an ambitious project to design and implement a revolutionary power infrastructure architecture called the Smart Grid.

Online PR News – 21-January-2010 – – The United States has embarked on an ambitious project to design and implement a revolutionary power infrastructure architecture called the Smart Grid. The upgrade legacy power grid into smarter grid will help achieve energy conservation and energy independence. The smart grid roll-out is expected to aid the recovery of the US economy with its potential to create jobs.
The smart grid is an efficient power grid that delivers electricity from suppliers to consumers using digital technology. This helps to save energy, reduce cost and increase reliability. The smart grid is envisioned to incorporate advanced technologies such as automated metering infrastructure, wireless connectivity, advanced storage systems etc. that will make it more responsive and reduce power losses. The integration of renewable power sources into the smart grid will help the US reduce its carbon footprint.

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