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Bits and Watts meets Buts and Whats: NY State's Policy to Remake the Grid

Richard Kauffman

In developing the 20th century grid, George Westinghouse and Nikola Tesla did not design an architecture for distributed or renewable resources.  To decarbonize the grid--and to electrify transportation and heating--requires exactly that:  a remaking of the grid to accommodate these resources.  While doing so will require some new technology solutions, this seminar will explore how existing policy has inhibited innovation in the regulated power sector, and more important, will give an update on New York State's Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) policy, a market-based approach to build the smart grid.

Speaker: Richard Kauffman, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

Monday, 11/11/19

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