Duke Energy needs help if its aggressive approach to the smart grid is to be successful

While companies like GridPoint have moved away from offering distributed storage systems (typically batteries) for residential use, U.S.-based Duke Energy is embracing the challenge. At the November GreenBeat conference in San Mateo, CA, CEO Jim Rogers said, "I'm going to own the batteries, I'm goin...

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