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Infographic: Smart grid designed to reduce energy waste

June 27, 2014
The smart grid uses communications technology to track and pull information together in order to reduce energy consumption.
Power is measured on this smart grid, which acts as a two-way electric system using communications technology as a means to gather and process information. Supply and demand is better accomodated and efficiency is increased, allowing consumers to make better informed decisions based on their energy consumption. Smart grids are designed to improve sustainability of production and distribution of its electric systems and cut energy waste.

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