Free Research Business Case for Harmonized Bidirectional and Cross-Domain Weather Exchange Weather data exchange standards Economic benefits of harmonization Beneficial for a broad range of smart grid stakeholders Harmonizing exchange standards for weather data Detailed knowledge of weather – current, historical, and forecasted – can provide the basis for smart grid stakeholders to optimize current and future operations and to mitigate disruption and damage from adverse weather events. Weather data comes from numerous sources and is of varying detail and quality, and each source has its own information model and exchange standards. Having a more robust and harmonized weather exchange model would increase interoperability, improve data quality, reduce the cost of data acquisition, and allow more resources to be devoted to innovative uses of weather and forecast information by a range of smart grid stakeholders. This white paper briefly reviews why harmonized weather standards would be economically beneficial for the smart grid community. Fill out this form to get the report.Name First Last Email CompanyTitlePhone (Optional)Job FunctionExecutive AffairsGeneral CounselAccounting/FinanceAdministrationBusiness Development/Sales/Marketing/PRComplianceCustomer Service/RelationsDistributionEngineeringGenerationGovernment AffairsHuman ResourcesInformation TechnologyInvestors RelationsLegalPower SupplyPR/CommunicationsProcurement/Supply ChainRegulatory/RatesResearch/DevelopmentSolar/Renewables Project ManagementStrategic PlanningTransmissionJob LevelNon-Executive ChairmanCEO/OwnerVice PresidentSenior Executive (C-level)DirectorManagerCoordinator/ProfessionalAdministrative/Clerical Submit This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. Sign me up to receive updates on Technology & Infrastructure?