Kai Strunz describes the many advantages of eMobility and how it will integrate with Smart Grid.
Question: How is Berlin University of Technology involved in Smart Grid?
Saifur Rahman talks about the importance of education, awareness, best practices and communicating with consumers about the possibilities that Smart Grid can make available to them.
Question: What is Smart Grid?
Cheri Warren explains how Smart Grid is going to touch every person on the planet in some fashion or another and provide consumers with more choice.
Question: What is your definition of Smart Grid?
Bill Ash discusses the importance of the standards process and the need for collaboration and partnerships in order to establish Smart Grid technologies and accelerate their market acceptance.
Question: Is the IEEE Standards Association only involved in standards development with respect to Smart Grid, or is it involved other activities?
Lina Bertling sheds light on the critical need for Smart Grid's developers to embrace flexibility and think about what Smart Grid will look like tomorrow as they develop and implement it today.
Question: What role does the IEEE play in Smart Grid on a global basis?
Bob Saint provides perspective on the unique relationship that utility cooperatives enjoy with their customers and how improved communication and trust between consumers and service providers will smooth the road to Smart Grid.
Question: What does Smart Grid mean to you?
In this interview, Chuck Adams discusses regulatory factors influencing Smart Grid’s development in Asia, Europe and the United States. He explains the IEEE Standards Association’s role to help create Smart Grid standards and the need for better coordination among standards groups for Smart Grid.
Question: We are beginning to see notable variations in how some regions and countries are preparing to evolve to Smart Grid. What are the most important strategic trends to be aware of right now?
Daniel Kirschen speaks about Smart Grid’s important role in combating climate change and how its technology can help people adopt new energy saving lifestyles.
Question: How do you define Smart Grid?
Wanda Reder, Chair IEEE Smart Grid Task Force, past-president IEEE PES (Power & Energy Society), and vice president of the Power Systems Services Division at S&C Electric Company sheds light on where Smart Grid stands today and what’s envisioned for the future.
Question: Is Smart Grid a new concept?
Erich Gunther, member of the IEEE Smart Grid Task Force, chairman of the IEEE PES (Power & Energy Society) Intelligent Grid Coordinating Committee, an IEEE PES Governing Board Member and chairman and Chief Technology Officer of EnerNex, offers insight on the challenges and benefits of Smart Grid implementation.
Question: Why are energy companies investing in a modernized grid and how?