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.

Ultimate irony: Climate change forcing coal-fired comeback in many regions

Climate change is pegged as the disastrous result of emissions from coal-fired plants and other fossil-fuel emitters. Long-term studies seem to back this up as...

Chevron close to joining hydrogen storage pact with Mitsubishi near Intermountain Utah power plant

Oil giant Chevron took another step deeper into new energy technologies by agreeing to a framework to acquire an interest in an hydrogen storage...

Uniper, German partners teaming up for Bad Lauchstädt green hydrogen lab

German-based power generation developer Uniper and partners have gained 34 million Euros ($40.2M U.S.) in federal funding for a green hydrogen study project. The German...
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LGE/KU utilities, University of Kentucky project studying gas-fired carbon capture

Two Kentucky electric utilities will join with university researchers to develop carbon capture technologies for combined cycle gas turbine power plants. Louisville Gas & Electric...

Siemens supplying gas, steam turbines for Taiwanese CCGT LNG project

Taiwan is taking another major step in its move from coal and nuclear with plans to build a 1.1-GW combined cycle gas turbine plant...

Op-ed: It ain’t lying to say there’s more than one path to net-zero carbon

By Rod Walton, Power Engineering and POWERGEN content director Nothing sobers you up like getting called a liar. Full confession: I'm almost invariably sober, as a...

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