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Question 1: Using artificial intelligence programming techniques, ________ power grid in China created a wide area protection system that is rapidly able to accurately calculate a control strategy and execute it[33].
XiamenFuzhouNingdeFujian

Question 2: In June 2009, the ________ announced a smart grid interoperability project via IEEE P2030[12].
Bureau of Industry and SecurityNational Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyNational Technical Information Service

Question 3: Although there are specific and proven smart grid technologies in use, smart grid is an aggregate term for a set of related technologies on which a ________ is generally agreed, rather than a name for a specific technology.
Functional specificationTest methodVerification and validationSpecification (technical standard)

Question 4: Before recent standards efforts, municipal governments, for example in ________[7], have historically taken the lead in enforcing integration standards for smart grids/meters.
MiamiSouth Florida metropolitan areaDowntown MiamiMiami-Dade County, Florida

Question 5: Some, like ________, see opportunity in providing devices to consumers very similar to those they have long been providing to industry.
Intel CorporationDellMicrosoftCisco Systems

Question 6: Both systems use the smart meter as a gateway to the ________ network (HAN) that controls smart sockets and devices.
BluetoothBuilding automationHome automationPower line communication

Question 7: Innovations in ________, fault tolerance, storage, power electronics, and diagnostics components are changing fundamental abilities and characteristics of grids.
NiobiumSuperconductivityFlux pumpingIron-based superconductor

Question 8: Hydro One, in ________, Canada is in the midst of a large-scale Smart Grid initiative, deploying a standards-compliant communications infrastructure from Trilliant.
ManitobaBritish ColumbiaQuebecOntario

Question 9: [48] According to the ________, the plan "unfairly targeted low-income customers and circumvented Massachusetts laws meant to help struggling consumers keep the lights on".
The New York TimesStar-BannerThe Boston GlobeTelegram & Gazette

Question 10: [2] Others , such as Silver Spring Networks[3] or ________ [4][5], are data integrators rather than vendors of equipment.
Google VariationsAndroid (operating system)GoogleGoogle Latitude







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