August 10, 2011

Duke Energy Gets the Jump On Smart Grid

Shifra Mincer, AOL


AP

A sprawling five-state utility in the Southeast United States and founded in 1900, Duke Energy is perhaps more familiar than most power companies with the stagnant nature of the electrical transmission grid.

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