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Subject: FW: Knowledge Problem smart grid series

Title: GWAC 2009 Member Confirmation Meeting

Good background, away from the standards, but focused on the goals…


"A man should never be ashamed to own that he has been in the wrong, which is but saying ... that he is wiser today than yesterday." -- Jonathan Swift

Toby Considine

Facilities Technology Office
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC


Email: Toby.Considine@ unc.edu
Phone: (919)962-9073


blog: www.NewDaedalus.com



From: Lynne Kiesling [mailto:lynne@knowledgeproblem.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 03, 2009 9:45 AM
To: Widergren, Steve E
Cc: Alex Levinson; Erich W. Gunther; David Hardin; Jack Mcgowan; Joe Bucciero; Ken Wacks; norabrownell@verizon.net Brownell; Richard Schomberg; Rik Drummond; Ron Ambrosio; Russell Robertson; Stephanie Hamilton; Eric Lightner; Kuykendall, Heather I; Katherine Hamilton; Anto Budiardjo; Considine, Toby (Campus Services IT); Steve Hauser; Mark Maddox; David A. Wollman; Jesse Berst; Philip Bane; David P Chassin; Robert G Pratt; Ronald B Melton
Subject: Knowledge Problem smart grid series


Hi all,


This week I'm writing a 5-part series of smart grid posts at Knowledge Problem. So far parts 1 and 2 are up:



In particular, I think today's post is very useful, because a lot of our audience does not naturally think of the electric power network as transactive, so this explanation may be useful.


The topics of the remaining 3 will be

-end-use devices

-renewables interconnection

-smart grid policy, state, regional, federal


I hope you find these useful in communicating our messages and vision to our various audiences. Please do be viral and send the links along to anyone (and I mean anyone!) whom you think would enjoy it/benefit from it. I know a couple of you are involved in today's Senate hearing, and this series may be useful to the staffers there. And please do comment on them!


They are also cross-posted at The Energy Collective, which if you aren't aware of, I recommend to you:








Lynne Kiesling


Senior Lecturer

Department of Economics & Kellogg School of Management

Northwestern University





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