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The emerging technology and economic framework called "transactive energy" has captured imaginations of policy makers, utility strategists, technology innovators and academia for its potential to foster a distribution energy market where none exists today. A core problem that transactive energy aims to ease is the transition from central generation to distributed generation, and use economic signals in the distribution grid to achieve stability and encourage greater customer participation. The industry is working though the complex implications of transactive energy from power flow to policy change requirements, less discussed is the implications for ICT investments.

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Micro-grids SDG&E and NRG Demonstrate the Future

By Jill Feblowitz

Momentum is building for alternative utility business models and California is once again a leading state. This blog is authored by Jill Feblowitz and Marcus Torchia.

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