Edison International and Southern California Edison said Carey A. Smith has been elected to the board of directors of each company, effective Oct. 24.
Aeriosense Technologies announced this week that LOOKNorth, the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Commercialization and Research for remote sensing innovation, has awarded it strategic project funding for the acceleration of UAS-based beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations.
A good economy and growth in southeast U.S. business climate—including a 1 percent rise in both retail electric sales and customer base in 2018—sparked the good report.
Only one percent of the vehicles on the road today are Electric Vehicles (EVs). This limited number of cars, trucks and buses pose no immediate threat to the nation’s grid integrity. But what happens as these numbers grow? What risks will utilities encounter as millions more EVs connect to the grid for their essential charge?
Southern Co. has named a longtime technology consultant and the former CEO of Pacific Gas & Electric’s parent company to its board of directors. Janaki Akella and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. were appointed as independent directors effective January 2.
Consumers who flip on lights and power up the ever-growing number of devices in their living rooms are receiving electricity from a grid that has to generate two Watts of electricity for every one Watt delivered. Put another way, the Department of Energy estimates that more than 60 percent of the source energy used to generate electricity is lost before it is consumed in our homes. Other estimates claim even larger losses. Other estimates claim even larger losses.