Part 2 of 2

2013
UNITED STATES
UTILITY GRID
AUTOMATION SURVEY
[Schneider Electric]

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[Infographic] 2013 U.S. Utility Grid Automation Survey (Part 2)

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As shown in part two of the Infographic, 2013 United States Utility Grid Automation Survey (part 2), conducted by Zpryme and commissioned by the global specialist in energy management Schneider Electric, one out of five U.S. utilities surveyed (22%) believe a high-penetration of (future) renewable energy on their utility distribution system will “cause significant problems.”

Download the Schneider Electric-sponsored Infographic today to view responses from the following utility survey questions:

- A high-penetration of (future) renewable energy on my utility distribution system is expected to?
- A high-penetration of (future) electric vehicle charging on my utility distribution system is expected to?
- Would your utility need an automated software system to track the energy efficiency savings and sustainability of projects?

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[Infographic] 2013 U.S. Utility Grid Automation Survey (Part 2)

  1. 1. Part 2 of 2 2013 UNITED STATES UTILITY GRID AUTOMATION SURVEY [Schneider Electric] A high-penetration of (future) renewable energy on my utility distribution system is expected to: a.12% d.22% b.29% c.37% a. not cause any problems b. cause small problems c. cause moderate problems d. cause significant problems A high-penetration of (future) electric vehicle charging on my utility distribution system is expected to: a.17% d.18% b.29% c.36% a. not cause any problems b. cause small problems c. cause moderate problems d. cause significant problems Would your utility need an automated software system to track the Energy Efficiency savings and Sustainability of projects? a.31% b.28% c.25% d.16% a. yes, to meet EE portfolio standards requirements b. yes, but not related to EE portfolio standards c. no, we are not actively pursuing Energy Efficiency savings with customers. d. other schneider-electric.com zpryme.com Source: Zpryme online survey of 84 U.S. utility professionals conducted in October of 2012. Download INFOgraphic Part 1 at: http://zpry.me/1crpSwt | Published August, 2013.

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