New York’s Grand Smart Grid Plan

By Katie Fehrenbacher on October 20, 2009

Utilities and companies are so desperate to grab a piece of the soon-to-be announced stimulus funds for smart grid projects that some groups are positioning their proposals like the awards are already a done deal. According to the New York State Smart Grid Consortium, a non-profit made up of New York-based utilities and businesses, if the Department of Energy approves all 31 of the projects that New York utilities and organizations have applied for, it would result in the creation of 3,800 jobs by 2010, and an investment of $1.36 billion.

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