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Grid and infrastructure resilience are increasingly important, while a relatively ‘new concept’ in terms of today’s modern grid, and its dynamic environment.
Clarion Energy is pleased to announce that the DISTRIBUTECH International 2021 call for abstracts is now open. The tracks have been named, the focus has been decided and the organisers are ready to begin setting the educational agenda for the event.
There are a multitude of threats facing the electric grid and that need to be taken into account when planning for grid resilience. Join our webinar for insights and answers from global experts.
Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and the Clinton Foundation have released a new report, Solar Under Storm II, focusing on best practices for installing climate-resistant rooftop solar in high-wind regions.
Three out of four utility executives say they are prepared for the next disaster, only one in three consumers say they are prepared. Itron today released a report detailing utilities’ current state of disaster preparedness....
The UAE-Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund, UAE-CREF, has announced a partnership to restore power to Barbuda following the near-total destruction of the island after Hurricane Irma struck in September 2017.
Tens of thousands of Ohio residents were still without power or water Wednesday in the aftermath of strong tornadoes that spun through the Midwest.
Worldwide, utilities are feeling the realities of climate change, and need to keep the lights, gas and water on in the face of increasingly extreme weather – wildfires, violent storms drought, polar vortices and floods are only set to worsen.
During DTECH2019, Smart Energy International spoke with Terence Donnelly, President and COO, ComEd about the changing expectations of the consumers within the ComEd territories. Watch his interview above and visit our multimedia section for more...