Smart Grid Coop Utility Snapshot 2011: GTM Research

Smart Grid Coop Utility Snapshot 2011: GTM Research

Smart Grid Coop Utility Snapshot 2011 is a collaboration with the Rural Smart Grid Summit (RSGS). Inside, we present survey data from more than 70 different rural utilities. More than half of the individuals surveyed hold the title of President and/or CEO, and 92% of those surveyed claim to be decision makers. With 85% of those surveyed being exclusively distribution utilities, this is a fair representation of rural utilities in general, as they tend not to hold generation and transmission assets. To get a clearer sense of the size of these utilities, on average, each of the coops surveyed has approximately 20 substations and 25,000 meters.

In this survey, we ask rural utility executives about the extent to which they have deployed various smart grid technologies, including renewable energy and demand response. As one example, the following graph shows their interest in a wide range of smart grid solutions.

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