Spur line reliability: are UK DNOs ready to fight short interruptions?
Despite cutting sustained outages on UK main distribution lines, short interruptions on spur lines continue to cause unnecessary losses for DNOs and customers.
Mobile workforce management: How a utility saved $1m per year
Equipping field crews with a mobile workforce management solution cut a US utility's overtime bill by $1m a year. Engerati asks utility software expert CGI to explain how.
Is the energy future bright for Europe and Africa? NES Global Talent weighs in
5 technologies enabling the neural grid
Cloud-based artificial intelligence is the ‘brain’ of the ‘neural grid’ says Navigant Consulting.
Mapping the Euro-Med high voltage transmission network
What does the collaborative map from MED-TSO and ENTSO-E show about the transmission network?
Drones and robots combine for transmission line monitoring
Canada’s Hydro-Québec has developed LineDrone for transmission and distribution line lifecycle management.
Communication resiliency: Advantages of cellular for substation traffic
How can you keep your remote terminal units transmitting data? Invest in cellular as your primary or secondary communication technology, says MultiTech and Cherry & White.
Spokane and the Urbanova project: How can utilities stay relevant?
As one of the oldest utility companies in the United States, Avista is continuously seeking new ways to innovate and improve the business.
North Sea Wind Power Hub to be built on artificial island
European transmission system operators are considering Dogger Bank as a central hub for delivery of wind power and trading.
Member voice of the week – Is blockchain a driver of EV adoption?
Will blockchain enabled P2P EV Charging diminish range anxiety? A blog by Hassan Zaheer, Principal Consultant at Power Technology Research.
Uberisation in utilities – a promise or a threat?
Consumers are becoming increasingly accustomed to having more control and visibility on their purchases. Can utilities adapt this into their services?