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ELP Volume 81 Issue 3

Primer on corona and arcing

Insulating materials that are failing can cause flash-overs and outages.

DTECH speakers urge industry to embrace change

"What would you do in advance—along the lines of technology—if you knew that the future would be very different from today?"

O Canada: Singing the blues north of the border

Mention Bill 210 to electricity market participants in Ontario, and you'll surely elicit a look of exasperation accompanied with a comment along the lines of, "This can't go on for long."

Indus to acquire provider of customer management systems

Indus International Inc., announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Global Energy and Utility Solutions (GEUS) business unit of Systems & Computer Technology Corp.

Creating a multi-channel delivery strategy

The utility industry is at a crossroads regarding customer communications. It must reach new and existing customers through such ever increasing contact points as e-mail, the Web and more.

Global Enterprise Managers Inc., CES International form strategic alliance

Global Enterprise Managers, Inc. (GEM) announces an alliance with CES International to incorporate process solutions of the service restoration function into the delivery cycle of CES International Centricity products.

KEMA Inc. announces cyber security offering for the energy market

Global energy solutions provider KEMA Inc. announced a suite of consulting services to help utilities, energy companies and other companies with process control systems

Deploy your load management strategy for results now, not later

It's time to question the conventional wisdom that says an electric load management system (LMS) should be designed from the outset with the total energy savings picture in mind.

Merchant transmission—has its time arrived?

Merchant transmission remains a hypothetical concept to most people in the electric industry. However, the time may be approaching when fantasy becomes transformed into reality.

T&D Briefs

ISO New England's 2002 Regional Transmission Expansion Planning report proposes $890 million in upgrades and expansions aimed at increasing reliability and reducing congestion.