U.S. carbon policy will benefit smart grid technologies, regardless of presidential outcome

On August 14, we attended a webinar hosted by the KPMG Global Energy Institute entitled "Key Tax Developments and Issues Affecting the Power & Utilities Industry" in order to more fully understand the effects of tax codes on utilities. To give some background on the policy options open to government...

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