The electrical grids were born more than a century ago, when the electricity needs were simple and the demand for power was much lower. However, today, as businesses and homes use massive number of electronic devices with multiple capabilities, utilities need ways to learn and respond to changing electricity demand in real time. The Smart Grid makes this possible. By combining information technology with power transmission, it provides more reliable electricity for all grid users.
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Ethan Smith, VP, Oil and Gas, Frost & Sullivan
Doug Myers, VP & CIO, Pepco Holdings
Hob Hairston, SVP of Business Technology, Mansfield Oil Company
Andreea Ene, EMEIA Oil & Gas Advisory Leader &Terry Jost, Principal, US Oil & Gas Risk Practice, EY
Stuart Kippelman, SVP & CIO, Covanta Energy Corporation
Trond Ellefsen, Head of IT and Special Advisor Strategy, Statoil Development & Production, U.S.
Rob Meilen, VP & CIO, Hunter Douglas
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