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PG&E, LG Electronics and Sunverge pilot virtual power plant with consumer batteries

PG&E, Sunverge Energy and LG Electronics to implement a VPP using consumer energy storage systems for grid reliability in California

bp acquires US flexible energy technology company Blueprint

bp has entered the US market for flexible energy by acquiring Blueprint Power, a cloud software company that turns buildings into virtual power plants.

CPS Energy: Grid modernisation for harsh weather and DER bottlenecks

A CPS Energy representative explains how the utility is using grid modernisation to mitigate harsh weather events and DER penetration.

Hurricane Forces Cancellation of Autovation

AMRA was forced to cancel its 2004 international symposium when Hurricane Jeanne tore through Central Florida on Sunday, September 26 – the same day that Autovation 2004 was scheduled to begin.

Unfortunately this meant that Autovation's strong educational agenda was not presented. However, registered delegates who were planning to attend specific courses or sessions can contact AMRA headquarters staff, who may be able to provide basic information about those speakers and their presentations. E-mail amra@amra-intl.org for more information.

Power restoration efforts gain momentum after Ida

After eight days of restoration work, crews across southeast Louisiana have restored power to more than half of all customers who were affected by Hurricane Ida.

Tech aids utility in hurricane restoration

In 2017,Victoria experienced the catastrophic effects a 4 hurricane. Prior to Harvey, the last major storm to affect the VEC territory was Hurricane Claudette in 2003.

Manufacturer supports victims of Hurricane Katrina

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. (SEL) a manufacturer of protection, monitoring, control, automation and metering equipment, has always provided special discounts and expedited delivery to customers that have suffered from disastrous natural events. After the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, SEL is increasing its existing disaster discount, offering 30-50% off list price, depending on product type. SEL has also made a $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help relief efforts.

Duke Energy prepares for Hurricane Matthew

The North Carolina-based power utility is reported to be closely monitoring Hurricane Matthew, after forecasts that suggest that “Matthew will ride along the...

Hurricane Ida wreaks havoc on New Orleans power supply

All eight transmission lines that deliver power into the New Orleans area are currently out of service due to the devastating effects of Hurricane Ida.

Hurricane Season tests utility resilience

As the United States east coast reaches the peak of 'hurricane season', North and South Carolina have declared a state of emergency as they...

Missouri utility workers head to Florida for Hurricane Michael cleanup

Missouri based Boone Electric Cooperative and City of Columbia Utilities are sending lineworkers to Florida to help with repairs following Hurricane Michael. According to the...

FirstEnergy crews assist with Hurricane Ida restoration efforts

FirstEnergy Corp. said that its utilities have sent approximately 500 line workers, forestry crews, support personnel and internal contractors to Louisiana to help with power restoration efforts.

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