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SEPA Strategy Chief Allen shares grid-goal insights

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Vice President of Marketing & Associate Publisher Modern Markets Intelligence Inc.

Season Crawford is the Vice President of Marketing and Associate Publisher at Modern Markets Intelligence Inc (MMI), publisher of Power Markets Today and Smart Grid Today. She is an...

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The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) Chief Strategy Officer Sharon Allan shared details about how SEPA conceived of and created its first-ever utility transformation challenge – an in-depth series of surveys that culminated in a report issued this year to help SEPA members and the industry at large see clearly what can be accomplished as the industry ramps up its modernization efforts – in Smart Grid Today's latest podcast episode.


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