Policy & Regulatory Vigilance for Informed, Timely Decisions for the Smart Grid

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Feb 27, 2012

Sponsored by Black & Veatch: “Policy & Regulatory Vigilance for Informed, Timely Decisions for the Smart Grid” with Mark Gabriel, Senior Vice President in Black & Veatch’s management consulting business.

The smart grid world is anything but simple. It encompasses many utility domains and dozens of specialized service areas that need to interoperate. Coupled with economic and regulatory pressures that demand more due diligence and investment foresight than ever before, it’s critical to know and understand the business, regulations and economics and apply this knowledge to optimize utility operations. In this podcast, learn about the policy and regulatory challenges and hear how Black & Veatch helps utilities overcome them for successful smart grid implementations.


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