2011 U.S. Smart Appliances - A Customer Perspective on Demand-Response

 

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Awareness of smart grid technology is low to moderate, yet awareness likely does not stem from electric utility companies. Consistent with the 2009 study results, only a few of the residential energy consumers are aware of smart grid technology. However, only very few respondents are aware of any efforts by their electric utility companies to introduce smart grid technology in their community. Thus, it appears that electric utilities may not be the primary source of smart grid information.

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