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NIST to collaborate with the European Coordinating Group on smart-grid standards

The National Institute of Standards and Technology, the lead agency in developing technical standards for a U.S. smart grid, will be sharing work with European counterparts to develop a common framework for 21st-century electricity distribution systems. NIST and the European Union’s Smart Grid Coordination Group released a white paper this week outlining the basic principles of Continue
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