William Kelly, Smart Grid Program Manager at Austin Energy, talks about the value of integrating smart grid data, leveraging Landis+Gyr technology.
Smart grid technology is capturing critical data to operate the growing complexity of the electric grid. Landis+Gyr’s Advanced Grid Analytics solutions allow utilities to proactively operate the grid of the future. Today.
Burbank Water and Power eliminated unplanned outages with help from advanced analytics.
Burbank Water and Power sees unlimited potential in grid analytics to improve distribution system monitoring and turn meter data in a valuable planning tool.
Every department at CSU is hungry for data coming in from the AMI network. Presenting and delivering data is a key part of the utility’s strategy.
Practical applications for distributed resource integration, load balancing and more.
Why a flexible smart grid platform is critical in preparing for advanced smart grid applications.
The benefits and efficiencies United Illuminating realized by migrating to a two-way smart grid solution from Landis+Gyr.
It’s time to manage the demand side, as every problem has been met with a supply-based solution, that means add more capacity.
Learn what utilities need to keep the smart grid safe from evolving cyber threats.
How five key technologies are transforming integrated resource planning.
Planning and management for the acceleration of Distributed Energy Resource integration.
How a multi-purpose network compares to load management alternatives.
5 dos and don’ts to ensure your AMI system is optimized.
What new capabilities mean for distribution grid management.
What utilities should look for in their solution.
Preparing for the standards-based future (without neglecting the needs of today).
Alex McEachern, founder of Power Standards Lab (PSL) and holder of some 30 patents, knows the exact instant a large bird dragged a dead rat across a distribution line insulator…
Last year, U.S. drivers cruised some 3.2 trillion miles, says the Federal Highway Administration. To put in perspective, that’s more than 337 round trips from Earth to Pluto. Americans love…
Rising worry, new approaches: The race for cybersecurity on the grid continues.
As utility workers continue to find new ways to share relevant, real-time data from the smart grid in the field, early adopters of field mobility solutions are already seeing significant…
For decades, utilities have relied on SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) systems to enable remote monitoring of generation and transmission systems. “Transmission systems have always been very critical,” says…
Utilities around the world lose billions of dollars from technical and non-technical losses. Whether it is electricity theft, such as illegal hookups and altered meters, or technical losses, such as…
The promise of networked, intelligent devices sharing information and automating processes is driving growth in many industries. How far those connections will extend to consumer technology?
Falling costs for rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, tax incentives and other factors are speeding up the growth of PV
installations in many parts of the country.
Smart grid services reduce the utility’s burdens of maintenance and management
How three rural utilities made the move to AMI technology
Improved reliability with distribution transformer monitoring
Can utilities hack potential vulnerabilities?
Getting ready for renewables.
Distribution data helps utilities mitigate line losses.
With greater reliability, efficiency and control from new data, so come more security and privacy concerns.
Tips for leveraging new levels of intelligence.
Transforming data into valuable business intelligence.
Using smart grid technology to protect revenue.
How Oncor improved operations and customer satisfaction.
MDMS redefines how utilities view analytics.
Overcoming challenges in consumer engagement and load shedding efforts.
An end-to-end view of smart grid security
A smart approach for smart grid?
How smart grid technology can help.
Advances in metrology: modern meters bring sophisticated measurement to more applications in order to prevent system loss, improve profits and drive efficiency.
Roadside sensors, smart water meters, plug-in charging stations, LEED-certified building, drone technology…energy-efficient tactics are on the rise, creating the new smart city.
The new customer relationship: benefits and challenges of solar adoption, prepaid utility service and marketing emerging programs.