February 20, 2015
A few years ago, I found myself in a room full of electrical engineers discussing the smart grid. One thing was strikingly absent at this event: screens. The vast majority of these engineers were taking notes on paper. It soon became clear that this was a very different world to that of Internet startups where speed, scale, and the shock of the new was all that mattered. The men, and they are mainly men, who run the world’s power plants and electricity grids care about something else entirely: safety and reliability of supply.
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