Rebecca Johnson, Ph.D. PUC Smart Grid Policy Specialist E-mail: email@example.com. Smart Grid: Carbon and Economic Implications for Colorado April 29, 2010. Presentation Overview. Results from national studies on the energy and CO2 impacts of smart grid
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Rebecca Johnson, Ph.D.
PUC Smart Grid Policy Specialist
Smart Grid: Carbon and Economic Implications for ColoradoApril 29, 2010
Source: Electric Power Research Institute. “The Green Grid: Energy Savings and Carbon Emissions Reductions Enabled by a Smart Grid”. 2008
Source: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. “The Smart Grid: An Estimation of the Energy and CO2 Benefits”. 2010
Source: The Brattle Group. “How Green is the Smart Grid?”. 2009
Source: EIA 2006 Electricity Profiles
(non-dynamic load shaping)
Source: Ventyx Consulting
Modeled 5% and 15% energy efficiency improvements
Sources: Ventyx Consulting, General Motors