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The Edison Electric Institute’s 2016 goals are a bellwether for utility sector change 

stephen lacey | greentech media | 5 may 2016 

PA's David Groarke, energy expert, is quoted in an article in Greentech Media. The article discusses the Edison Electric Institute's 2016 goals and the impact they will have on creating change for the utility sector.

Commenting on this, David stated: If you look at 2012 and 2013, it was a recognition of where the market is going. Now the next step is figuring out what to do about it. The overall takeaway from this document is that utilities are now pursuing the transition - all while communicating the value of the grid.

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David continued: Utilities clearly want to play in every part of the new development - to take a leading role in implementation and ownership.

David concluded: This document outlines a shift from a protectionist stance to one focused on growth and investment. This is a bellwether for the industry.

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