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Electric Energy T&D Magazine serves the fields of electric utilities, investor owned, rural and other electric cooperatives, municipal electric utilities, independent power producers, electric contractors, wholesalers and distributors of electric utility equipment, manufacturers, major power consuming industries, consulting engineers, state and federal regulatory agencies and commissions, industry associations, communication companies, oil & gas companies, universities and libraries.
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By: Francis Bradley, Vice-President Canadian Electricity Association, email@example.com
The policy debate in Canada continues over the possibility of decriminalizing the possession of marihuana, media coverage and letters to the editor seem to indicate public opinion is becoming more tolerant of marihuana use.
Critical Tier Pricing
An objective look at the metering technology available for implementing critical tier pricing (CTP) programs
By Sharon Allan, Chief Knowledge Officer, Elster Electricity, LLC
There is ongoing discussion in the electric utility industry today on how to implement demand response programs that offer critical tier pricing (CTP) options to their customers.
By: Chuck Drinnan, Executive Consultant, LogicaCMG
Utility shareholders and regulators are demanding dramatic business improvements in a corporate environment that limits the utility’s options.
By: Lawrence Broski, Sethuraman Ganesan and Dr. Daniel Karlsson, ABB Inc.
Transmission systems around the world are being squeezed between two great forces.
By: Mr. Jerry Lepka,Technology Coordinator of CEA Technologies' Power Quality Interest Group.
The existence of modern society and its efficient functioning are more than anything else dependent on one single product - electricity.
By Jim Hargis, President, har*GIS Field Information Systems
There is no question that mobile technology is fundamentally changing the way people work and live.
By Bobby Abraham, CIO, Innoprise Software, Inc.
Customer self-service, online bill presentation and payment, automated workflows, complex rating and billing...…