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The Americas: Mexico

Workshop on Best Practices and Approaches in Implementing and Working with Smart Grids

Dates: September 23-24, 2014
Location: Mexico City, Mexico

With support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), NARUC experts from Public Utility Commission of Texas, the California Public Utilities Commission and the Illinois Commerce Commission engaged with officials from the Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission and elsewhere on smart grid implementation. The NARUC experts shared their experience and expertise on Smart Grid-related topics with the participants, including on implementation, cyber security, consumer privacy, and performance metrics.

 

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Project Dates: 2012-2017 (Closed)

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Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission

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