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What's holding up your modern smart grid? An aging wood pole plant from the 1950s.

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DAVID BONK is the Vice President of Industry Affairs for Osmose. He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Florida and an MBA from the Florida...

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Matt Chester on Jun 26, 2020

A great point in how by always looking at the advanced digital solution, we may overlook the more basic and traditional needs. 

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