Features in smart grids are designed to manage these conditions.
Many changes need to be made and the "smart grid" will be at the heart of them.
He has adopted the Green party policy of a "smart grid".
- Up to £6m to start development of a "smart grid", including a policy road map next year.
Many research projects have been conducted to explore the concept of smart grid.
There are more than 100 standards that have been approved or in development relating to the smart grid.
It is more common nowadays to use a smart grid.
Utility companies can reduce energy usage with a "smart grid."
If we don't get this simple fact, we're never going to get a smart grid!
Why do you think they're pushing "smart grid" at the consumer level so hard?