23. October 2009 · Comments Off · Categories: News · Tags: , , ,

Whether you think the upcoming international climate talks in Copenhagen will deliver a solution for governments to fight climate change, or will ultimately turn out to be a global flop, one thing’s for sure: All eyes will be on the progressive city in Denmark in the second and third weeks of December, including those of the companies building the next generation of smart grid infrastructure. Today a group called the Smart Green Grid Initiative (SGGI), which includes heavyweights like General Electric, Whirlpool, Google, AEP and National Grid, says it will hold smart grid-focused events at the UN talks in Copenhagen and will act as an official delegation at the meeting.

via Smart Grid Group Gears Up For Copenhagen.