Peter Weigand and Sumitaka Matsumoto of Skipping Stone compare Japan's new competitive electricity market to ERCOT.
Rob Simons of TOA Technologies shares how utility disruptions can be positive if utilities start with IT and the work force.
Dan Pegan of Itron writes that utilities are turning to smart metering vendors and other third parties to manage and operate their AMI and smart grid deployments.
DistribuTECH Brasil is Oct. 21-24 in Sao Paulo. Read on to learn more, including the supporting associations, participating utilities and exhibiting companies.
Bradley Williams of Oracle Utilities shares results of the company's outage management straw poll taken during DistribuTECH Conference & Exhibition and through social media.
Richard Morgan of ND Metering Solutions explains how National Grid ensures electricity supply and demand are matched perfectly in England and Wales.
Richard Heywood of Doble Engineering Co. shares how to manage transformer fleet reliability, ensure maximum safety and avoid costly failures
Kevin Klustner of Powerit Solutions writes that industrial manufacturers must ask themselves four key questions to make holistic use of their big energy data.
Last month I attended the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Annual Convention in Las Vegas, one of my favorite events because many of the speakers are CEOs of investor-owned utilities (IOUs).
New York's electric power grid is on the threshold of significant change, and collaborative efforts are needed among industry participants and policymakers to address the associated challenges and opportunities, according to a report by the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO).
ProSoft Technology's Linux Development Module for ControlLogix and CompactLogix processors enables C/C++ developers to write custom applications for legacy or proprietary applications.