Utilities can influence carbon reduction through demand flexibility and real-time data

Utilities have entered an era of greater complexity. While they make the challenging transition to low-carbon and more distributed energy resources, utilities are simultaneously responding to extreme weather events that stress the stability of the grid. These underlying trends will continue and heighten with the anticipated explosive growth of beneficial electrification triggering enormous additional demand.

When Traditional Overhead Construction Is Not an Option

Tuesday, August 17, 2021 | 11 AM EDT

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.

Customer Care: The New Reality is a Merged Reality

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Imagine if you could attend home visits virtually, guiding customers through trouble-shooting or other activities while in a separate location? This merged reality is happening today! Learn how a virtual tech site visit guarantees compliance with health guidelines, while reducing truck rolls and other costs.

Going green: The future of hydrogen energy

Hydrogen is one of the energy solutions that can significantly address climate change and has a vital role to play in decarbonization.
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To boldly go where one utility and its contractors have gone

Fans of the 1960s television series “Star Trek” remember the turbolift doors parting, and a crew member striding onto the ship’s bridge. Each time...

How smart utilities can meet rising consumer expectations in a digital-first world

Today, consumers can do most things at the push of a button or swipe of a smartphone screen—from ordering a cab to booking a doctor’s appointment. And increasingly, they expect the same quality of experience and level of convenience from their energy providers.

Correcting 5 myths about hydropower

What is keeping the U.S. from fully embracing a new generation of hydropower? Explained below are 5 major myths about hydropower.

Charging forward with the EV revolution in the US

As individual states across the U.S. work towards increasingly ambitious net zero emissions targets, the logistics of how these targets can be achieved and where investment should be made is at the forefront of decision-makers' minds.

Reflecting on the Colonial Pipeline attack: Utilities must ensure their OT is cybersecure

The biggest news in the utilities industry right now is the ransomware hack of the Colonial Pipeline, a 5,500-mile-long oil and gas pipeline that stretches along the east coast of the United States from New Jersey all the way to Texas.

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