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You're welcome Joyce. Thanks for the great questions.

Blogger

The big players, both in the US and abroad, in many cases are one and the same, as they are multi-national companies, who have interests in many parts of thre world.

Blogger

Thanks Bob and Rich for a lively discussion! I learned a lot.

Iron

To answer the questin about security, that has to be dealt with on all levels, from the consumer up to the utility company. Each has its own unique security, and there are standards in place to deal with that.

Blogger

And another question - who are some of the big players in this space, both in the US and abroad?

Iron

Bob, Rich - Can you share any insight on security concerns with home consumer access to the Smart Grid, such as power metering, etc?

Iron

Type your questions here.

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