Smart grid data privacy: Chaos by design?
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Federal and state debates regarding customer privacy and data collected from smart meters are ongoing. Traditionally, states are the testing ground for policy and regulation—‘chaos by design’—with federal institutions exerting policy influence. Currently, different states are adopting different smart grid data policies.
Will an approach emerge that has the consent of utilities, consumers, and regulators?
The May 2011 issue of KEMA’s Automation Insight newsletter explores policy developments and issues for smart grid data collection and privacy at the federal and state levels.
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