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.

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Superior Boiler celebrates new watertube manufacturing plant in Kansas

A power industry boilermaker has opened its new watertube manufacturing plant in Kansas. Superior Boiler showcased its new plant this week after renovating the 75,000-square-foot...

GE, FieldCore complete turbine upgrades at Greek gas-fired power plant

The modernization project to upgrade power generation assets at the Thessaloniki combined cycle gas turbine plant in Greece is completed and will elevate capacity...

People first: Human insights on artificial intelligence in power plants

By Rod Walton, Power Engineering and POWERGEN content director AUSTIN, Texas—Artificial intelligence and other digital tools promise to help remake power plant operations into something...

PG&E selling SF HQ campus to Hines for $800M, moving base to Oakland

The parent of Pacific Gas & Electric Co., which declared for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in recent years due to the financial impacts of northern...

Thousands face weeks without power in Ida’s aftermath

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisiana communities beginning the huge task of clearing debris and repairing the damage inflicted by Hurricane Ida are facing the dispiriting prospect of weeks without electricity in the oppressive, late-summer heat.

NRC may increase oversight of Vogtle nuclear expansion in wake of Unit 3 construction...

The work to get Southern Co.’s Vogtle Unit 3 ready for commissioning next year hit a major snag as federal regulators potentially increase their...

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