Areas of Focus
Multiple generations have never really had to handle daily life with widespread service outages - and we're working towards they never do.
Interoperability is key when introducing new technologies and systems. Most of the work that SGIP conducts is directed at interoperability and simpler, better integration.
SMART GRID EDUCATION
May 12 Webinar
Engaged in Conversation: Grid 3.0
Join SGIP, NIST, EPRI and others in learning more about "Grid 3.0" and what comes next.
SMART GRID PUBLICATIONS
Regulatory Challenges to Deploying Distributed Energy Resources
Developed under the Distributed Renewables, Generation, and Storage (DRGS) Domain Expert Working Group, this paper focuses on a variety of potential market and regulatory challenges that could affect the successful roll-out of DER at a large scale.
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Constituent Participation & Engagement
Key constituencies contribute to SGIP in a variety of valuable ways as members serving on policy-making committees; writing technical papers and other publications; and acting as liaisons to peer organizations.