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POWERGRID_INTERNATIONAL Volume 20 Issue 10
Serving utility, commercial and residential customers throughout the state of New York, International Empire Electric (IEE) processed a deluge of regulator paperwork and a myriad of different customer forms as a daily part of its operations. Most of the manual workflows were completed by field personnel and engineers, which was a constant drain on productivity and delayed project quotes, starts, operations, reporting and site delivery.
Increasing pressures to optimize costs and reduce the risk of power grid outages, requires utilities to streamline inspection and maintenance efforts to achieve utmost efficiency.
Distilled to its essence, net energy metering sounds like a simple thing.
Evolving smart grid systems provide unprecedented capabilities for cutting-edge features like forecasting demand, understanding customer usage patterns, preventing outages and optimizing unit commitment.
High-voltage direct current (HVDC) electricity transmission is becoming a key enabler of the emerging single energy market of 34 interconnected European countries.
The California electricity grid of the future will look substantially different from the grid of today.
Large, utility-scale solar and wind generation interconnections have traditionally been interconnected to the transmission grid. But that's now changing.
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