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Smart Grid: A Case Study of New England
Presented by: Michael I. Henderson, Director Regional Planning and Coordination - ISO New England

Thursday, December 15, 2016 | 1:00 – 2:00pm ET

New England presents an interesting case study to IEEE members interested in the system effects of energy efficiency, photovoltaics, wind expansion, and imports from neighboring systems. The current development and projections of these types of resources will be discussed along with some of the key policy drivers encouraging the development of renewable resources. The speaker will also discuss regional scenario analyses being performed to inform the region on key issues that must be addressed.
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