Building a Smarter Grid: A Look at Distribution Management Technologies

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Sep 01, 2009

Sponsored by ABB

One of the key characteristics of the Smart Grid refers to electric power systems that enhance grid reliability and efficiency by automatically anticipating and responding to system disturbances. This podcast, hosted by Doug Voda, Vice President of Business Development for ABB Medium Voltage Products, looks at some of the mature distribution and transmission technologies that are key to Smart Grid success, including distribution-, feeder- and substation automation, as well as network management and controls. Many of these distribution technologies have been around for years but are now seeing a sudden increase in deployments.

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Doug Voda, Vice President of Business Development for ABB Medium Voltage Products


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