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Parting Thoughts

TALK "The investments we've made in our system are helping us fulfill our commitment to our customers to minimize outages, while keeping our rates as low as possible." -Leslie Sibert, vice president of distribution for Georgia...

Compelling Quintet

Five Ways Digital Transformation Impacts the Energy Industry

The Shifting Reality of Residential Energy Storage

The residential energy storage industry has gained significant momentum during the past year. 

The Drain Game

Addressing the Utility Labor Shortage Through Smarter Workforce Management

Automated Callout: App Helps PG&E With Emergency Mobilization

Prior to 2012, during emergent situations affecting the delivery of natural gas and electric service, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) relied on a manual process, including using paper lists of workers' phone and pager numbers to identify and assemble personnel for emergency restoration work. 


Dual Communication Protocol Power Meter Schneider Electric announced BACnet IP protocol as an additional, standard feature for PowerLogic PM5500 power meters. These meters can now simultaneously communicate with building management and energy management systems using...

Attractive Options in Connecting to the IIoT: Embracing the Hookup

A famous motto in sports claims the desire to win is important, but not as important as preparing to win.

4 Mobile Deployment Pitfalls Utilities Should Avoid

Mobile devices have become an invaluable tool for a number of utility-related applications, from facilities management to meter reading to line construction and pipeline maintenance.

When Engineering Meets Economics The Formula That Propels Energy Storage

The rapidly expanding market for energy storage has historically been segmented by use cases and the stakeholders poised to benefit from the application of these use cases.


Gaining an Edge: Future of Grid Focus of Siemens Event By Teresa Hansen, Editor in Chief The "future utility" has been the focus of many discussions for a number of years and that discussion continued at...