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I was reading this article about Massachusetts cluster study by National Grid. It said a lot of projects had to be halted due to the interconnection limitations of the grid. Is this an issue in all states, or just specific to Massachusetts?
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Newcastle: Australia’s leading smart city

Over the last five years, I have seen from close the city of Newcastle moving towards becoming a smart city. Most certainly, the phrase “smart city” is a rather nebulous one, but it basically means utilising new technologies to enable communities..
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Electriq Power's Flagship Residential Battery System Now OpenADR 2.0b-Certified

Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) is an open and interoperable information exchange model and emerging Smart Grid standard. OpenADR 2.0b is designed for more sophisticated devices and will support most DR services and...