Leveraging Technology to Optimize Your Utility & Grid Workforce Management and Improve Customer Satisfaction

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Field service management is a crucial issue in today’s power and utility landscapes, as companies are measured on their customer engagement, communication and, most of all, duration of outages both planned and unplanned. When an electric utility’s scheduling and engagement is not efficient it can impact the bottom line. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Implementing sophisticated software solutions can help address these challenges. Join our webinar to learn more.

A Grid Disrupted: How Optical Sensing Manages the Chaos with More Accurate, Digital Measurements

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The grid is chaos. Building a more resilient, smarter, and safer grid starts and ends with better data. Optical sensing is a game changing technology, up to the challenge of measuring and monitoring information from the grid, more accurately and safely than legacy technologies.

EIA: U.S. coal output falls 24 percent, but electric sector supply rises slightly

The coal industry continued its decline in 2020, although electric power use or storage of the fossil fuel seems to have risen slightly despite...

Quezon Power MD: Coal in Asia not disappearing soon

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Texas energy giants throw weight behind carbon capture and storage

Power Engineering International The large-scale deployment of carbon capture and storage technology has gained wide industry support in Houston with 11 big energy players supporting...

AEP seeking coal supply bids for power plants

American Electric Power is seeking bids to purchase multi-year supply for several of its coal-fired power plants. The Ohio-based company which owns several utilities issued...

Coal financing in Africa and Asia shows upward trend

ESI Africa Pockets of funders continue to finance additional coal-fired generation capacity in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. This is according to the knowledge brief recently...

Illinois legislators’ latest package may save nuclear, coal power plants in state

Staff and Wire Reports Illinois state leaders are close to possibly approving a $700 million subsidy to keep several nuclear power plants operating. A new bill,...

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