Smart grid technologies for the workplace and community

November 21, 2017 Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson presented at the 2015 Smart Energy Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia to provide an overview of the impacts of a “Smart Grid” to our electrical grid and to our communities and homes.  This presentation also provides insights into some of the areas smart grids will be implemented into our homes, work places and communities.

About the Author

Mark Wilson

As sub-sector lead for Canada East’s Thermal Generation and sector lead for Atlantic Canada’s Power Business Center, Mark brings more than 28 years of experience in electric power and controls design to our company.

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