Would distribution utilities be interested in helping ratepayers improve resilience of power supply? How can they engage the ratepayers?
- Jan 18, 2021 7:18 pm GMT
In light of the accelerated change in all industries, would the distribution utilities be interested in helping the ratepayers to achieve 10X improvement in the resilience of power supplied to buildings (consumer, office, industrial), the biomedical security (Thx to CCOVID-19) of buildings, and the network accessibility (both wired and wireless) of buildings? If yes, any insight into how to work with the ratepayers? if not, any suggestions to ratepayers?
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