DOE investment is a vote of confidence for distribution operations

Recently, the United States Department of Energy (DOE) invested $19 million to five smart-grid projects, which are projected to have a combined cost of more than $30 million. First, Areva T&D will collaborate with Duke Energy and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to develop a system that integra...

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