California PUC seeks to clarify data ownership in the smart grid

05/23/2011 | GigaOm

The California Public Utilities Commission recently became the first major regulator to address utilities' role in protecting data in the smart grid with the introduction of 140-page proposed ruling that seeks to balance the concerns of consumers, privacy advocates and the business sector. Among other things, the commission is seeking input from Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric on the nuances of data ownership related to in-home energy-management solutions.

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