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POWERGRID_INTERNATIONAL Volume 19 Issue 2
There are many new, helpful technologies, aren't there? In one afternoon's reading, I must have come across dozens of devices that promised they could make utility fleet management more efficient.
A session at the inaugural Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) meeting in 2013 included a presentation from several electricity subsector representatives regarding President Barack Obama's Executive Order (EO) 13636: Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.
The advent of grid analytics is proving to be a boon to transmission and distribution (T&D) asset management, offering distinct opportunities for better and more efficient operations and maintenance (O&M) spending, particularly in predictive and proactive maintenance rather than the more historic, run-to-failure operation of assets.
Energy drives the lives of billions of people worldwide, and when the power goes off, customers want it back on, and fast.
The smart grid has changed how utilities generate, manage and deliver electricity and has transformed the interaction between utilities and their customers.
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