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POWERGRID_INTERNATIONAL Volume 22 Issue 3

It’s Time to be Inspired

It isn't unusual for me to have trouble deciding what to write in this monthly letter. 

Microgrids Spawn Uncertainty, Threats, Opportunities…and More

Electric utilities have been subject to some major disruptive technologies in recent years. 

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By Corina Rivera Linares, Chief Analyst, Transmission Hub Nevada Regulators OK Solar Project, Substation and Transmission Line The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada granted Techren Solar's application that sought the issuance of a Utility Environmental Protection...

Bash at the Bay

DistribuTECH 2017 Shined Bright in San Diego

Distributed Energy Resources Solution, Challenge or Both?

There are many factors driving the increasingly rapid adoption of distributed energy resources (DERs) to meet the world's energy efficiency, grid reliability and greenhouse gas emission goals.  

Projects of the Year 2017

Stretching the potential of the smart grid is crucial for utilities if they want to stay one step ahead. 

From the Edge To the Enterprise

While we are only just beginning to understand the full impact and meaning of the Internet of Things (IoT) for the utilities industry, the industry is already changing and transforming because of it.

It’s a New (Energy) World

Energy consumers face an increasing number of options when it comes to how they get their power. 

Searching for the Right Business Model

As Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, such as connected home products like smart thermostats or advanced sensors in commercial buildings, gather momentum, a number of companies and utilities are challenged to develop a business model that works for them. 

Empowering the Electric Industry

A data retention policy is widely considered the first step an organization can take to comply with financial, industry and civil regulations and protect sensitive data against security breaches.