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Top 10 Utilities in Smart Grid Maturity 2013

CenterPoint Energy, PG&E, SDG&E Top Smart Grid Maturity Ranking

Top 10 Utilities in Smart Grid Maturity 2013CenterPoint Energy, PG&E and SDG&E have topped a ranking of smart grid maturity in North America released by GTM Research.

The three utilities each scored 4.2 on the average maturity scale, a metric that the report – titled The Utility Smart Grid Outlook in North America 2013 – bases on a utility’s smart grid portfolio, enterprise management and integration, communication networks, consumer engagement, and data management and analytics.

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