The phrase “smart grid” refers to an interactive network (including physical facilities and software tying together consumers, the distribution system, and the bulk power system) designed to improve the efficiency of electric utility system operations while empowering consumers to make cost-conscious decisions about the services they desire. Proponents assert that smart grid assets and programs will yield information valuable to utilities, consumers, and third-party providers of new products and services.
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