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Getting the Meter to the Customer

Ride-on Tractor

Ditch Witch introduces the RT100, a ride-on tractor with a 100-hp (74.6-kW), Tier 4-compliant diesel engine that requires no expensive, time-consuming after-treatment.

Rural Co-op Builds on Flexible PLC System to Control Capacitor Banks

Central Alabama Electric Cooperative (CAEC) between Birmingham and Montgomery primarily serves a residential member base of more than 41,500 across a 10-county service territory.

NEW + OLD = VALUE: Substation Automation, Legacy Equipment & Your Utility

As utilities upgrade the legacy equipment on their distribution systems, an opportunity arises to capture more value from the resulting, hybrid configuration of new and existing technology.

Using Vision and Data to Unlock Energy Efficiency

Innovation has many faces. Depending on where you stand, it can look very different. Designing and creating effective energy efficiency programs is an art.

Putting Pricing in the Hands of Customers

For too long, utilities have struggled to manage the imbalance between the cost of generating electricity and the price end users pay for that power.

Customer Engagement at Scale – Driving Commercial Building Energy Efficiency

Recently, communication between utilities and their customers mostly revolved around charges listed on customers' monthly bills.

Live Line Services Techniques

They were developed and first used in the 1920s.

POWERGRID International Recognizes Brazilian Projects of the Year

POWERGRID International editors recognized two winners of the magazine's Brazilian Projects of the Year on Sept. 26 during DistribuTECH Brasil.

Utilities Jump Into Weather Business

Because weather poses one of the most significant factors in predicting demand, an increasing number of utilities are relying on their own industrial-grade weather stations that monitor conditions locally, which saves significant money.