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The NIST recognizes the need for close-knit cooperation between utility companies, consumers, electronics producers, renewable power providers and regulators.
Just about all of us will be affected by Smart Grid Standards. The electrical grid of the 20th century — our existing grid — is essential to modern life, as we quickly discover when the power goes out. The electrical grid of the 21st century will be even more integrated into our daily lives. The NIST has identified 22 stakeholder groups that involved in the standards coordination process, including: utility companies; appliance and consumer electronics providers; consumers — residential, commercial and industrial; renewable power producers; and state and local regulators.
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