Christine Hertzog

  • Christine Hertzog is a consultant, author, and professional explainer focused on Smart Grid strategies, technologies and solutions.  She helps clients understand and navigate the Smart Grid ecosystem of emerging technologies and markets.  Christine is the author of the Smart Grid Dictionary, the first dictionary that explains the jargon, acronyms, and terminology used by utilities, regulators, standards organizations, and manufacturers.  She is a frequent presenter at industry conferences and writes a blog about the challenges and opportunities that Smart Grid solutions bring to the evolving electricity supply chain, and their impacts to all stakeholders.
  • Christine is active in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) privacy subgroup tasked with developing recommendations for management of residential, commercial, and industrial energy consumption data.
  • She has two decades of experience helping companies that range from electric and telecommunications utilities, start-ups, and multi-national corporations deliver competitive and cost-effective consumer value chains.  Her work often involves introductions of visible and disruptive products or services, and the use of change management, consumer enlightenment, and communications strategies and tactics to enable stakeholder acceptance of change.

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