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This analysis examines and reports on efforts associated with integrating disparate utility systems (e.g., integrating supervisory control and data acquisition systems, outage management systems, geographic information systems, and distribution management systems), as well as integrating utility sensing, communication and control systems with distributed systems or assets owned and controlled by customers or third parties (e.g., electric vehicles, energy storage technologies, building control systems and distributed generation technologies like rooftop solar).

All applications of smart grid technologies will involve some level of grid integration.

Program Reports


The location, information, and data for each smart grid project are provided in this section.
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These reports include analysis, impacts, lessons learned, best practices, analytical tools, and case studies that were supported by the Recovery Act Smart Grid Programs.
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The Department of Energy's Office of Electricity (OE) recognizes that our nation's sustained economic prosperity, quality of life, and global competitiveness depends on an abundance of secure, reliable, and affordable energy resources. OE leads the Department of Energy's efforts to ensure a resilient, and flexible electricity system in the United States. Learn more about OE >>

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