Good utility operations stay up to speed on potential obsolescence, security and privacy issues. Manage risks with proven integration strategies to protect your investments.
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.
Burbank Water and Power sees unlimited potential in grid analytics to improve distribution system monitoring and turn meter data in a valuable planning tool.
CSU describes the value an advanced metering network provides and the planning process necessary to realize that value across the utility organization.
Practical applications for distributed resource integration, load balancing and more.
Showcasing smart house new energy management technologies at Los Alamos County.
Los Alamos County describes consumer reaction to demand response initiatives.
Distributed energy integration at Los Alamos County.
Why a flexible smart grid platform is critical in preparing for advanced smart grid applications.
Central Lincoln People’s Utility District tells how their search for AMI systems led them to the Landis+Gyr Gridstream RF smart grid solution.
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.
Breaking down the complexity and choosing the best solution.
5 dos and don’ts to ensure your AMI system is optimized.
What new capabilities mean for distribution grid management.
How to Build the Case for the Next Wave of Applications.
Why Utility-Directed Load Management Programs Make More Sense Than Ever Before.
What utilities should look for in their solution.
Preparing for the standards-based future (without neglecting the needs of today).
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 AMI data is helping Western Indiana Energy REMC optimize distribution.
How Western Indiana Energy REMC is using its AMI system to improve detection.
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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.
Refocusing Cybersecurity at Utilities
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…
The complex and plodding energy regulatory structure in the U.S. is often at odds with the desire for a nimble, reliable and efficient energy system. Looking across the Atlantic, some…
Even though consumer-owned solar photovoltaics (PV) remain a small part of the generation mix at most U.S. utilities, many utility executives view solar and other distributed energy resources as challenges…
Political, environmental and technological forces continue to transform the utility business model. Here’s a snapshot of how we got here.
Balancing the demand for increased service quality, control and sustainability with the need to maintain a decades-old transmission and distribution infrastructure is the challenge of grid modernization. The changes enabled…
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.
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
Can utilities hack potential vulnerabilities?
Getting closer to customers and meaning different things to different stakeholders.
Getting ready for renewables.
Many forces drive change in the energy industry, promising to impact security, power reliability, sustainability and economic growth.
With greater reliability, efficiency and control from new data, so come more security and privacy concerns.
Lessons learned and “beyond metering” benefits.
Tips for leveraging new levels of intelligence.
Using smart grid technology to protect revenue.
MDMS redefines how utilities view analytics.
An end-to-end view of smart grid security
A smart approach for smart grid?
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.
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.
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 changing distribution model, rate structures, new regulatory approaches transactive energy’s role in assessing the value of energy services.
Distributed energy resources, adapting to new bi-directional energy flows, and how grid analytics are key to planning and managing distribution systems.
The role of standards design and development in software integration and data management applications.
Extracting value from big data for increased accuracy of demand response, outage management and revenue protection programs.
Strategies for consumer engagement, distributed generation and cloud-based computing solutions.
Leveraging existing AMI investments to achieve greater efficiency and customer satisfaction.
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.