China's first smart grid research center grows in influence leaving aspiring new entrants on the outside

The Academic Board of China National Energy Resources Smart Grid (Shanghai) Research Center was founded at Shanghai Jiao Tong University on June 4, 2011. In the process, the research center has rapidly established strategic cooperation agreements with 16 of China's leading corporations in electricit...

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