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POWERGRID_INTERNATIONAL Volume 18 Issue 5

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Substation maintenance trucks carry portable oil-filtering equipment for use by the Lake Superior District Power Co.

Semi-rugged Ultra-mobile Tablet

GammaTech Computer Corp.'s semi-rugged tablet PC, Durabook model CA10, provides wireless connectivity options that ensure field engineers and others have the information they need at their fingertips.

How to Master Big Data for the Next-generation Utility

Organizations across the power industry are excited about big data's potential to address broad industry challenges and open opportunities for improving operations.

Strategic Vegetation Management Contributes to Improved Reliability

The measure of a utility's success is based on reliability.

Transformer Maintenance Key to Grid Resiliency

Utilities often struggle with balancing their budgets, including capital for new investments and operational needs to manage existing assets while focusing on reliability.

A Holistic Data Analytics Strategy is Critical for Smart Grid Projects

Smart grids will figure prominently in the power landscape of the future.

Green Button GROWS

Jane and Robert Brown sat down side by side, gazing at the computer screen.

How to Generate Better Intelligence, More Wind Power and Increased Profits With Advanced Business...

Since 2007, more than 40,000 MW of new wind generation has been built in the U.S., according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).

EnerNOC LAUNCHES GREEN BUTTON INITIATIVE OPEN DATA PROJECT

EnerNOC Inc., a provider of cloud-based energy management software, announced its newest EnerNOC Open project, Open Data.

Are You a ‘Friendly’ or an ‘Unfriendly’?

The International Energy Agency predicts the global solar market will grow more than 10 percent annually until 2021.