William Kelly, Smart Grid Program Manager at Austin Energy, talks about the value of integrating smart grid data, leveraging Landis+Gyr technology.
Landis+Gyr developed a suite of Smart Grid Services that can be customized to provide you with exactly the support you need when you need it. Our services are specifically designed to address your pain points.
CSU describes the value an advanced metering network provides and the planning process necessary to realize that value across the utility organization.
Learn what utilities need to keep the smart grid safe from evolving cyber threats.
The U.S. government may be taking a few steps back on policy related to climate change, but the nation’s corporate base is still diversifying its energy mix. While only 5…
The flow of power to most electric vehicles (EVs) today is unidirectional – grid to car – but vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology could make that connection a two-way street. Ahead, researchers…
This past July, Coley Girouard, an associate at the power-sector trade group Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), produced a Greentech Media piece on the most important regulatory trends for 2017. Each…
Most people look for their electric meters on the side of the house or, in some communities, attached to the wall in the garage or basement. But increasingly, meters are…
Research conducted by Shelton Group, a marketing firm that specializes in motivating sustainable choices, shows that when it comes to energy efficiency, most of us are a pretty self-satisfied bunch.…
Easier, cleaner commutes ahead
ROI goes beyond efficiency
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…
Cities around the US are teaming with utilities to benefit communities by leveraging smart technologies.
Rising worry, new approaches: The race for cybersecurity on the grid continues.
Smart grid services reduce the utility’s burdens of maintenance and management
Lessons learned and “beyond metering” benefits.
Tips for leveraging new levels of intelligence.
A smart approach for smart grid?
The traditional business model at a crossroads, beset by more new challenges than ever.
What’s the future of utility rate structures?
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.
Managing tomorrow’s grid: new realities of cybersecurity, power flow, grid reliability and restructuring shape the landscape for the modern utility.
Impact of Innovation: Utilities benefit from energy storage to line sensors, and trends like smart cities and the “Internet of Things.”
The new customer relationship: benefits and challenges of solar adoption, prepaid utility service and marketing emerging programs.
From leveraging AMI to tapping into the power of predictive analytics, benefits and value-add solutions for utility and customer are within reach.