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Illinois Launching NextGrid Utility Of The Future Study, Electricity Markets, Customer Issues On Tap

September 27,2017

The Illinois Commerce Commission will launch its NextGrid utility of the future study on Sept. 28

NextGrid is an approximately 18-month consumer-focused study to address critical issues facing Illinois’ electric utility industry in the coming decade and beyond. Managed by the Illinois Commerce Commission, the study will examine the use of new technologies to improve the state’s electric grid while minimizing energy costs to consumers. The study will focus on innovation, technological advancements, economic development, environmental considerations and education.

Topics for working groups will include:

• Electricity Markets

• Customer and Community Participation

• Regulatory, Environmental and Policy Issues

• Metering, Communications and Data

• New Technology Deployment and Grid Integration

• Ratemaking

• Reliability, Resiliency, and Cyber Security

See for more, including an agenda for the kick-off event on Sept. 28

Innovation   Illinois   Deregulation   Distributed Generation  

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