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EnerNex has appointed Dr. Aaron Snyder director of EnerNex Smart Grid Labs, a testing facility for various advanced utility applications.

Snyder, a senior member of the IEEE, has been with EnerNex for five years as a consultant in advanced metering infrastructure requirements analysis, electricity metering, electricity metering standards, demand response and power system wide-area stability and control.

"Appointing Aaron to director ensures the lab's success in its mission to offer vendors, utilities and regulatory entities a place to evaluate and understand technology readiness for potential smart-grid-related projects," says Erich Gunther, chairman and chief technology officer of EnerNex.


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