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Terry Wildman, Editor-in-Chief
One would have to be on another planet not to know that Pope Francis has weighed in on climate change. I came across a very good editorial in the Toronto Star recently and for those who may not be clear on what the Pontiff is saying, I will share some of it with you.
We are in discussion with Mark Noyes, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for ConEdison Development and ConEdison Energy.
As cities across the United States continue to introduce smart meters, consumer adoption and satisfaction are keys to making a successful transition to the smart grid.
From Research to Action | Imagine a World Where Master Data is Created Once and Used Many Times
EPRI Network Model Manager Approach Enables New Reality for Managing T&D Network Models
The silos are both technical and organizational, with the resulting lack of coordination reflected in a typical network model data management picture where information comes from a variety of sources in a variety of forms, goes to a number of target systems, and whose exchange is inconsistently triggered by a variety of events.
Marcia Carrillo and Daniel Hurtado
According to physicist Albert Einstein "if you cannot explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."
With its rich natural resources and picturesque landscape reminiscent of Disney's Frozen, Iceland is a draw for industry establishments.
For decades, asset decommissioning has been relegated to afterthought status in many industries, including utilities. Instead, businesses have focused their attention on bringing new projects online as rapidly and cost-effectively as possible to optimize opportunity, service delivery, and revenue.
It's no secret, the implementation of new technologies in any enterprise is no easy task, and utilities industry is no exception, especially when it comes to fleet management and mobile tech.
John Dirkman, P.E.
According to the Department of Energy, peak demand for electricity has outpaced transmission growth by nearly 25 percent every year since 1982.
As utilities increase their reliance on ubiquitous data to monitor and operate complex smart grids, advanced connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT) is an important facet of the overall system plan.
Josh Davidson, Hillary H. Holmes, and Mollie Duckworth
If you have been watching the market for initial public offerings this year, you have probably noticed that three of the five largest IPOs so far in 2015 have been of either master limited partnerships (MLPs) or general partners of MLPs.
Security Sessions | Striking the Balance: Ensuring High Performance, Complete Security of Power Grid
Over the years, the North American Power Transmission & Distribution (PT&D) market has benefitted from major investments in generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure in both Canada and the United States.
Five years ago, Rawah Resources secured a square mile of prairie north of Denver, Colorado. At the time, we couldn't fully foresee what it would become, but after a number of twists and turns, we've finally shovel-readied the industrial site called the Niobrara Energy Park (NEP).