The Smart Grid Maturity Model (SGMM) was created by a coalition of utilities as a resource for utility industry transformation. It is maintained by the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and is organized into eight business areas of study. Utilities can leverage this management tool to ensure that all aspects of transformation planning are considered. It can assist in prioritizing options and measuring progress as they move toward the realization of a smarter grid.
The experts and leadership team of QBA have participated in the development of the Smart Grid Maturity Model and understand the numerous characteristics that are used to assess a utility’s current state of smart grid maturity.
We offer that intimate knowledge and unparalled insight to our clients that understand the business case for a smarter grid but want to achieve customer value, operational effectiveness and financial savings throughout that migration.