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Utility, smart city industry leaders come together for Itron Utility Week 2019

The customer-focused event will be held in Marco Island, Florida and will foster thought-provoking discussions about the power of community and challenges and opportunities facing utilities and smart cities today.

Don’t miss this webcast to discover what’s new at POWERGEN 2019

POWERGEN International is the conference that represents the power generation sector as it is and as it strives to be in the future. The industry is ever changing and so are we. Evolution is always coming and we plan to always meet it head-on.

Wednesday webcast to reveal what’s new about POWERGEN 2019 in NOLA

Clarion Energy's Teresa Hansen, vice president of global content, for a webcast Wednesday  will be making some important announcements regarding this year's event in New Orleans. Hansen also will offer key details on content, the exhibit floor and resources available to attendees.

Iberdrola’s Brazilian affiliate opens 350-MW hydro plant

An important aspect of this power plant is that it will have a decisive impact on the flow of water through the the Iguaàƒ§u Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, which receives 1.5 million visitors every year.

How technology can help utilities mitigate the impacts of climate change

As the global effects of climate change become more and more apparent, the impacts of extreme climate and weather events are increasingly taking their toll on infrastructure systems within the United States. The Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory is using climate modeling and infrastructure science capabilities to provide actionable information to companies, agencies, cities, and utilities to help safeguard their infrastructure in the face of these challenges for decades to come.

Utility CEO testifies to U.S. House on need to develop diverse clean energy workforce

The subcommittee was mulling over the "The Blue Collar to Green Collar Jobs Development Actd of 2019," introduced by Energy Subcommittee Chairman Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) earlier in the week. 

Iberdrola uses blockchain technology to guarantee renewable energy supply

Spain-based utility Iberdrola has completed a project it says will contribute to accelerating the decarbonization process by using blockchain technology to guarantee that the energy supplied to the consumer is 100% renewable.

Gas-fired power nears 40 percent of U.S. generation mix, EIA says

The U.S. Energy Information Administration's July report forecasts that the gas-fired portion of the national electric power produced will exceed 200 million MWh for June through August.

Something New Under the Sun

Arkansas Community Installs and Operates State's Largest Municipally-owned PV Solar Plant

Dissolved Gas Analysis

A Key Tool for Transformer Asset Health Management