The Irony of 2020
- Jun 19, 2020 9:08 pm GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2020-06 - Grid Modernization, click here for more
When it comes to 2020, I can’t help but wonder what new “AHAs,” “if onlys” and “what ifs” we’ll take with us into 2021 as we look back at this year, shake our heads and think “well, hindsight is always 20/20.” I look forward to being able to look back on 2020 with hindsight — the 20/20 of 2020 — all the while wishing I had entered 2020 with the foresight or prescience to predict our current reality. Who would have imagined the world as it is today? Not me.
While the year has not gone like any of us had predicted (or hoped), there are nevertheless important observations and lessons to be learned that will help us make more-informed decisions and prepare for a brighter tomorrow. This applies to all aspects of our lives — including grid modernization — and to the role of distributed energy resources in creating a more sustainable future.
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