Personalization is key to unlocking the smart energy future

SECC’s research shows that consumers expect personalized rate and cost recommendations before making changes and enrolling in new rates and programs. Utilities that have followed this path and employed rate engine solutions to generate cost analysis data have seen promising results.

How Smart Utilities are Using IoT to Enable Smart Cities and Plan for a...

This webinar will explore how utilities are planning for and developing eco-friendly infrastructure. It will present drivers of smart city initiatives and the essential...

Microgrids: The Future of Energy in Healthcare

Now available for on demand viewing.

In the United States, our grid infrastructure is aging.
How do ensure organizations that are critical to public well-being are protected? Enter Microgrids

How to Build a Low Power, Secure Smart Metering Solution

Now available for on demand viewing.

Water conservation, recapturing lost revenue from leaks and theft, and reducing utility operating costs are key benefits of a smart metering solution. Governments and utilities need reliable, long-lasting solutions.

Transforming utility customer service: Final thoughts on C&I customer sustainability goals

Utility customers are becoming increasingly more concerned about climate change, its societal repercussions and how it impacts their businesses. As a result, many commercial...

Two solar projects in South Georgia to help power Facebook data center

McCarthy Building Companies Inc. today announced that it has begun construction on two solar projects in South Georgia for Silicon Ranch Corporation. The utility-scale...

Streamlining Electric Utility Operations through Mobile Workforce Management

A survey of electric utilities shows many have been conservative when it comes to the adoption of new technologies, even though this can lead...

Nor’easter leaves tens of thousands without electricity

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Utility workers restored power to more than 125,000 homes and businesses in Maine following a weekend nor’easter, but tens of...

Six community solar projects under construction for Ameren and ComEd customers

Today, Clearway Energy Group announced that construction is now underway on six of its Illinois community solar projects, totaling 18-MW of capacity. The projects are part...

Connecticut overhauls rules for electricity rate increases

The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority unanimously approved new rules for electricity distributors Eversource and United Illuminating. The changes will help prevent dramatic increases in bills, ensure rates more accurately reflect costs and decrease the likelihood that the companies overcharge consumers, the agency said.

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