Becoming the Utility of the Future: Risks and Opportunities

@article{Brown2016BecomingTU,
  title={Becoming the Utility of the Future: Risks and Opportunities},
  author={Richard E. Brown and Carolyn S Wilson and Hugo van Nispen},
  journal={IEEE Power and Energy Magazine},
  year={2016},
  volume={14},
  pages={57-65}
}
Electricity became a household necessity with the advent of broadcast radio in the 1920s. There were no nonelectric substitutes for the radio, it served a strong public interest for the government to be able to quickly send information to its citizens, and it was therefore desirable to electrify as many homes as possible. 

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