Brussels represents hope for a smarter grid

September 15, 2011 at 5:50 pm

Brussels is not like other cities. The last thing it represents is the capital of Belgium. Instead, it stands first for being the locus of the 27 nations making up the European Union, providing guidance and direction on member state policies.

In strolling the chestnut tree-lined path in its Royal Park — with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony filling my earbuds — I couldn’t help thinking about how Brussels represents hope…

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