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Smart Grid Management Ready For Electrical Contractors
As of May 29, 2017

Published on: 
September 24, 2012
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ELECTRI International has released its recent research on the Smart Grid:  Installation and construction Management Aspects for Electrical Contractors.  The study, conducted by Professor Matt Syal, Michigan State University, explores current and emerging smart grid technologies and their impact on electrical construction.  Next, Syal developed installation work scopes and associated construction management aspects for five major smart grid technologies:

  • Energy Storage Devices (ESD)
  • Advanced Superconducting Transmission Cables
  • Smart Substation and Smart Transformers
  • Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)
  • Home Area Networks (HAN)

The analysis of each technology is presented in two sets of checklists: one summarizing the specific technology in terms of six impact areas from design location to procurement and installation to supporting components, and the second checklist summarizing the work scope of electrical contractors.

The full ELECTRI Smart Grid report can via http://www.electri.org/research/smart-grid-installation-and-construction-management-aspects-electrical-contractors.

For additional information about ELECTRI International and its research agenda, contact Russ Alessi, ELECTRI President, at 301-215-4518 or rja@necanet.org .