Is Federal Energy Policy Ignoring the Distribution Grid?
The new U.S. administration has set important energy goals to address climate change, reduce operation costs, and improve system resilience. While these goals address some parts of the energy system, they leave out a major part of the grid–the distribution system. Without a strong, smart, self-healing distribution grid, many of the solutions proposed will be considerably slowed or outright unachievable.
Join us as experts from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, the Edison Electric Institute, and S&C Electric Company discuss the status of electricity policy today, what is needed on the grid to handle America’s developing energy priorities, and what federal policy-makers can do to equip electric utilities for success.Register Now
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Resiliency: Weathering the Storm
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