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POWERGRID_INTERNATIONAL Volume 22 Issue 6

Meeting Continuous Power Needs

PG&E Uses Portable Generation to Keep Power Flowing During Infrastructure Changes

Four in the Field

A Quartet of Best Practices for Utility Pole Inspections

Next-Gen Flexibility is The Mantra for Grid 3.0

For most veterans of the utility industry, discussions about the next generation distribution grid hearken back to the 1990s with the introduction of deregulation and wholesale markets.

Before, During and After the Storm

The U.S. has weathered many large storms since the turn of the century. Whether hurricanes, ice and snow storms, storm surges or strong winds, Americans seems to have seen it all and then some.

Out of the Darkness and Into the Light

Case Study: APS Gets a Modern Visualization Solution

Insulating Against Waste

Energy Efficiency Movement Balances Both Sides of the Meter

Finally – A Market-Based, Investable Approach to Energy Efficiency

It's all about creating sustained, predictable cash flows. It's easy for the solar and wind energy industries: they install equipment that generates power they can sell to utilities, businesses or individuals.

PARTING THOUGHTS

TALK "All of our business models are built around the scarcity of energy. It's about to become abundant. The poorest countries now are some of the sunniest countries." - Saliam Ismail, author of "Exponential Organizations,"...

Close at Heart

Lasting Engagement Starts With Customer-centric Culture

Training Days Utilities Must see Workforce Development as Long-term Goal

Utility workers like to party just like anyone else. Lately, though, it may be more retirement parties than anything else.