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Smart Grid Today podcast: LF Energy Executive Director Shuli Goodman

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LF Energy Executive Director Shuli Goodman in her second time on Smart Grid Today's podcast shared insights about how the pandemic offers urgent lessons for the electric industry that need to be heard to make sure the accelerating changes in the energy world do not take the industry by surprise. The LF in LF Energy stands for Linux Foundation and her organization is working with many big-name utilities and technology providers in the industry to develop software to help weather the upheaval that is already unfolding. She described how this work is meant to help.


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Matt Chester on Nov 2, 2020

Great topic-- I hope more utility leaders don't let this year pass them by without recognizing what can and should be learned from 2020's unique circumstances!

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