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Gabrielle Puccio
Vice President,
Member and Public Affairs

401 Edgewater Place
Suite 600
Wakefield, MA 01880
Phone: +1-919-610-6694
Fax: +1-781-623-0740
Email: gpuccio@sgip.org

MERGING OF THE MINDS: TWO ORGANIZATIONS JOIN FORCES TO SHAPE THE FUTURE OF THE GRID

A SunShot Initiative funding program working to create unified data standards in the solar industry will receive a boost from the merger of two organizations.

TALKING SMART POWER WITH JULIA HAMM

AN INTERVIEW WITH SGIP’S SHARON ALLAN: CONNECTIVITY IS KEY TO U.S. ENERGY TRANSITION
It’s the first day of DistribuTECH 2017 in San Diego, and SGIP President and CEO Sharon Allan has been running 20 minutes behind schedule practically since 7:30 this morning. It was closer to 7:50 when she arrived at the breakfast where she and Julia Hamm, President and CEO of the

Green Ovations | Open-Source Smarts: How OpenFMB™ Supports DER Management
This article was published in the Electric Energy Online Nov/Dec Issue 2016 Aaron Smallwood VP Technology SGIP http://electricenergyonline.com/show_article.php?mag=117&article=994 If there’s one kind of system that just about every firm has, it’s a database. And, guess what? About 25 percent of relational databases are created with open source software, according to

BACK ON CAMPUS WITH SHARON ALLAN, CLASS OF 2007 ON THE EDGE: WHAT SGIP IS DOING TO SUPPORT DER PROLIFERATION
This article was published in the World Generation Magazine Nov/Dec Issue 2016 http://world-gen.com/magazine/2016/nov-dec/book.html#18 Do you remember the late 1990s, when Apple was very much an underdog fighting for its share of the computer-market bone? IBM’s slogan was “Think,” so Apple ran with “Think Different.” Today, twenty years later, the company

Taking a Closer Look at SGIP’s Grid Management Work Group
This article was recently published in Metering & Smart Energy International. Sharon Allan, President and CEO SGIP  The Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) launched its new utility-led work group earlier this year to explore the technologies, concepts, capabilities and architecture principles required to manage a more complex grid. Citing a