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The August Blackout: Moving Forward on Investment
Francis Bradley, Vice-President, Canadian Electricity Association, firstname.lastname@example.org
The August 14 blackout in Ontario and eight Eastern U.S. states was a historic event, a disaster that hasn’t happened on this scale for decades.
Peter Bryant, President, TBC Consolidated Fuels
In order to examine the current state of energy supply in the coming year of 2004, we first need to take a look at the issues and trends of 2003 to illustrate where the industry is today.
Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Programs Play Vital Roles in Short - and Long-Term System Reliability
John P. Mitola, CEO of Electric City
Electric power industry deregulation that has occurred over the past decade has wrought many changes, both positive and negative.
Gerald Mimno, CEO Advanced AMR Technologies, LLC
Recently, two of the major suppliers of automatic meter reading equipment (AMR) both demonstrated new mesh networks in St. Louis at the annual AMRA international symposium.
Bob Forbes, Vice President, M2M Data Corporation
In our business, we constantly come across companies that have taken a run at leveraging the Internet for their SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) systems, either by Internet-enabling existing SCADA systems or building new applications from scratch.
Utilities Face the Customer Revolution
Information exchange among businesses and consumers will change relationships between customers and their utilities
David Mulit, General Manager of the Americas, SPL WorldGroup
“Utilities are facing a crisis of rebirth.” That’s futurist Alvin Toffler speaking in an interview he gave last spring.
If you’ve worked in the electric energy business for any length of time, you can attest to the near constant push and pull between the optimists and skeptics, true-believers and begrudging compliers, those focused on image and those keyed to bottom line results – especially when it comes to renewable energy.