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William Kelly, Smart Grid Program Manager at Austin Energy, talks about the value of integrating smart grid data, leveraging Landis+Gyr technology.
Dan Smith, Vice President of Electric Service and Delivery at Austin Energy, describes the utility’s Grid Modernization strategy
Baldwin EMC ran an extensive testing program before deploying load management to ensure an effective program.
Utilizing its multi-purpose network, Baldwin EMC is able to manage voltage, respond to outages and improve power quality on the grid edge.
Baldwin EMC is managing peak load with an wide-ranging load control program that provides options for consumers and the utility.
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.
At CSU, the objective was to lower peak consumption on specific circuits to delay infrastructure investments. Using smart thermostats, the utility met its peak reduction goal.
CSU describes the value an advanced metering network provides and the planning process necessary to realize that value across the utility organization.
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.
Colorado Springs Utilities describes how analyzing weather patterns can help make load management events more effective and help the utility react more quickly to demand peaks.
Practical applications for distributed resource integration, load balancing and more.
Showcasing smart house new energy management technologies at Los Alamos County.
Distributed energy integration at Los Alamos County.
Nashville Electric Service deploys dynamic voltage management program to reduce peak demand and improve efficiency.
Central Lincoln People’s Utility District story success with high-level, real-time reads during a widespread outage.
Central Lincoln People’s Utility District tells how their search for AMI systems led them to the Landis+Gyr Gridstream RF smart grid solution.
United Cooperative helps customers better understand and change their energy usage habits.
United Cooperative engages customers and helps them understand energy usage and cost impact.
The benefits and efficiencies United Illuminating realized by migrating to a two-way smart grid solution from Landis+Gyr.
Successfully leverage this versatile asset by applying a framework that evaluates potential applications.
Unlock your data with five transformational asset management strategies.
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.
Breaking down the complexity and choosing the best solution.
5 dos and don’ts to ensure your AMI system is optimized.
Why Utility-Directed Load Management Programs Make More Sense Than Ever Before.
How advanced metering is helping Black River Electric Cooperative fine tune voltage and control load
Thanks to easy AMI integration, utilities are seeing big benefits from prepayment programs.
How United Cooperative Services, a Texas electric cooperative, is making it happen.
United Illuminating leverages data for consumer and renewables programs, and improved outage detection and response times.
How Southwest Tennessee EMC improved power factor by leveraging its AMI system.
How Western Indiana Energy REMC is using its AMI system to improve detection.
There’s an inherent conflict of interest between regulatory pushes for more distributed energy resources (DERs) and a utility’s ability to make money with traditional rate-making approaches. That’s because traditional incentives…
Earlier this year, when U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry commissioned a report on grid resilience, plenty of players in the solar and wind industries thought the final document…
This past election season, 82 percent of voters in Golden, Colorado said “yes” to a ballot initiative that authorized the town’s city council to make way for a new community…
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…
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…
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.…
Paying the bill—for most energy consumers, it’s the only touch point they’ll have with their power provider in any given year. A 2016 study conducted by Accenture found that the…
Cities around the US are teaming with utilities to benefit communities by leveraging smart technologies.
Across the nation, utilities, energy markets, states and regional energy providers are moving beyond their historic territories and borders to meet new supply and demand challenges—challenges that include managing…
Transmission grids handle two-way power flows, and so can distribution systems.
Where does the smart grid end and the smart city begin? There is no boundary. Smart grids empower smart cities.
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…
As the industry moves to accommodate higher levels of renewable energy, storage is emerging as a viable option to overcome intermittency and availability issues. In fact, a recent study by…
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics promise to be the most futuristic Olympic games in history, with the city spending billions on preparations. One current initiative that will be critical to the…
Dense urban populations. Increasing resource demands. Energy capacity constraints. Many cities in the Asia Pacific region are long familiar with these challenges. The solutions now being explored, however, are relatively…
It’s still too early to predict the effect that Brexit will have on energy consumers in the U.K., but throughout the European Union, the cost of electric power continues to…
Life on an island has its advantages, but for utility operators dealing with the usual — and sometimes highly unusual — problems associated with providing reliable power, the isolation can…
Cities across the globe are focusing on smart grid investments to provide a platform for new benefits, services and energy efficiencies and, ultimately, improve the lives of citizens.
Poised for considerable growth in the coming decade, energy storage will provide many services traditionally performed with other devices.
Utilities are seeing dual-purpose benefits as they use advanced meters, equipped with communication technology, as distribution sensors.
Disruptive changes in how electric power is generated, distributed and consumed are making utilities rethink consumer interaction.
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.
Educating consumers on smart grid value
Getting ahead of prepaid can pay off for utilities
How three rural utilities made the move to AMI technology
Utilities find ways to meet load management goals
Why they’re made for each other
Getting closer to customers and meaning different things to different stakeholders.
Getting ready for renewables.
Distribution data helps utilities mitigate line losses.
Many forces drive change in the energy industry, promising to impact security, power reliability, sustainability and economic growth.
Lessons learned and “beyond metering” benefits.
Load shedding with voltage management.
Market drivers like demand side management, are changing how IOUs look at prepay programs.
Using smart grid technology to protect revenue.
How Oncor improved operations and customer satisfaction.
Convergence of two formerly disparate to solutions to make a smart grid smarter.
The next trend in AMI technology.
The traditional business model at a crossroads, beset by more new challenges than ever.
The structural changes needed to enable a two-way distribution grid.
How smart grid technology can help.
What’s the future of utility rate structures?
The impact of the grants, five years later.
The shifting view of generation: how utilities are finding new opportunities, taking on new roles and addressing new threats.
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.
Managing tomorrow’s grid: new realities of cybersecurity, power flow, grid reliability and restructuring shape the landscape for the modern utility.
Connectivity’s impact on the grid: network technologies are changing how utilities look at infrastructure, emerging smart city applications, the potential for energy storage and more.
Global energy in focus: explore how utilities around the world are driving change, from new energy policies and pricing models to bold smart city initiatives.
The new utility economy: Managing challenges and maximizing opportunities, from grid modernization and revenue protection to new players in solar.
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.
How utilities are using new strategies for demand response programs and the tools used for program effectiveness and recruitment efforts.
The role of standards design and development in software integration and data management applications.
The importance of consumer education, overcoming customer resistance and boosting adoption rate.
Deriving big business benefits from the data and process automation that smart grid solutions deliver.
The convergence of AMI and DA, smart grid security, selecting an MDM vendor, and more.