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Charles Murray
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Charles Murray   2/5/2013 5:22:01 PM
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Interesting to see that Wago has a smart grid I/O portfolio. I wasn't aware that suppliers were already rolling out entire portfolios of smart grid products already.

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apresher   2/6/2013 9:17:20 AM
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Chuck, Smart grid-ready products are definitely a push for automation and control.  The combination of more intelligent devices, high power plus the need for advanced networking and analytics make it a good area for innovation.  Plus I'm sure lots of money will be spent on this infrastructure in the next 3-5 years and beyond.

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Charles Murray   2/6/2013 9:44:52 PM
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I'm sure you're right, Al. The smart grid is a high priority for must electric utilities.

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