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Building resilience in water systems

Imagine a time when water utilities have to enforce dramatic usage restrictions or even shut off water to millions of customers. Some California citizens are already experiencing that future with electricity. Who’s to say it couldn’t happen in the water sector?

A consolidated response to disaster recovery

Preparation for impending disasters costs utilities many millions of dollars, with it being estimated that the Orlando Utilities Commission spent $5.1 million...

Why is grid modernisation so complicated? Is there an easy...

Grid modernisation (Grid Mod) is a complicated topic. To deny so, would be a foolish claim. The traditional utility...

Paula Gold-Williams on leadership

Smart Energy International had a chance to speak with Paula Gold-Williams, CEO of CPS Energy, about her role in taking the utility...
SECC

SECC report reveals what energy consumers want in 2020

Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative (SECC) has released its 2019 analysis which reveals five key themes on consumers’ top energy-related needs and...
supply chain

Interconnected world highlights supply chain concerns

EPRI's Tobias Whitney speaks about all things cyber but specifically the supply chain and the increasing interconnectedness of … well … everything.
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New York announces $33 billion 5-year budget to fight climate change

The New York State government has announced its 2021 financial year budget which includes a plan on how the state will finance measures to combat climate change over the next five years.
utilities

New report highlights strategic directions for smart utilities

A new report explores the role of data and advanced communication technologies in helping utilities to optimise the efficiency of grid networks.
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How CHP based on gas turbines feat with the 3Ds of...

Gabriel Diaz, Global Connectivity Manager at Solar Turbines, explains how cogeneration made with gas turbines fit into a sustainable vision.
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FERC accepts massive $3.6 billion energy storage project

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has provided Daybreak Power with an approval to develop a 2,200MW Navajo energy storage project in Arizona.

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