Heading off grid disaster: it’s about time

The world’s GNSS has never been more integral to daily lives than it is now. It is like an invisible utility, as vital as power or water. The position, navigation, and time (PNT) information it provides is crucial to the reliable functioning of critical infrastructure such as energy, telecommunications, transportation, emergency services and financial transaction networks.

Building More Sustainable Grids by Improving Renewables Forecasting and Integration

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During this session, hear from Robbie Berglund and Rob D'Arienzo of IBM, on how AI is helping achieve more accurate predictions due to the advantages provided by combining large-scale geospatial data and analytics with relevant data sources including wind and irradiance forecasts.

When Traditional Overhead Construction Is Not an Option

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This webinar we will review Aerial Spacer Cable applications relative to the many overhead circuit challenges faced by electric utilities today. These applications include limited right of way, multiple circuits, substation exits, long spans, weather extremes and vegetation management.

The Increasing Importance of Advanced Weather Technologies In Building Utility Operations and Field Services...

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In this session, we will share how the latest in artificial intelligence and machine learning in combination with modern modeling techniques, geospatial data and predictive analytics is enabling utilities to build greater resilience across their utility operations and field services organizations. John Villali from IDC will share his perspectives on the key benefits of these technologies while Rob Berglund from IBM will share examples of clients who are benefiting from their use.

The future of utilities begins with long-range, low-power technology

With organizations looking to ramp up energy efficiency and reduce waste to be more sustainable, new Internet of Things (IoT) applications including smart metering leveraging long-range, low-power capabilities can provide a cost-effective solution.

Empowering homeowners is the key to the energy transition

In an age where technology has empowered individuals more than ever, electricity “prosumers'' (homeowners who also produce energy) are among the key drivers of the decarbonization and decentralization of the grid.

Transmission corridors are needed to connect US consumers to zero-emission electricity

In the context of well-defined NIETCs and FERC’s muscled-up permitting authority, free of state obstruction, essential transmission grid buildouts could be fast-tracked and cost-responsibility fairly allocated consistent with a realistic accounting of widely shared benefits.

Where are we on the path toward a carbon-free energy system?

Destination 2050 is theme of DISTRIBUTECH / POWERGEN conference and leadership summit, focusing on the greatest energy transition of all time.

Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending...

The infrastructure bill is the largest investment in the nation’s infrastructure in decades. So how does the government go about spending all that money?

Global supply chain disruptions could slow grid modernization and decarbonization

Global supply chain kinks are impacting supplies of batteries, smart grid components, solar and wind power systems, electric vehicles, and other products and materials critical to the clean energy transition.

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