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Six Organizations that Influence Grid Modernization
Consulting-Specifying Engineer, 13 February 2013
By Sam Sciacca
In the past two blogs, I’ve outlined many reasons why the consulting-specifying engineer should be involved in the IEEE standards setting process. Today I’d like to point to a handful of other organizations that are shaping the landscape of grid modernization, each in their own way. Some of these organizations may be "sleepers" for the CSE readership – that is, they may be more influential than you suspect – which underscores why I should call attention to them.
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