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The Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative (SGCC), a nonprofit group focused on educating consumers about the smart grid, now has over 100 members.

New members include Duquesne Light Co., New Brunswick Power Corp., Tendril, TM Forum, Alameda Municipal Power, Benton PUD, Cobb EMC, CPS Energy, Gainesville Regional Utilities, Electric Power Board of Chattanooga, Fayetteville Public Works Commission, Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative and Tri-County Electric Cooperative.

For a full list of SGCC members, click here.




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