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Francis Bradley, Vice-President, Canadian Electricity Association, firstname.lastname@example.org
Each Spring, senior executive from Canadian electricity companies, members of the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA), travel to Washington to meet...
Michael A. Marullo, Contributing Editor, Utility Horizons™
If you are 30-something or perhaps a little younger and you have parents who were (or possibly still are) part of the electric power industry workforce, you owe them a big thank you...
By: Bill Zorn, Electronic Data Systems (EDS) Energy Industry Executive
Change is a constant state in the world today. Utilities are facing changes on a scale they have not faced since the 1900s.
By: Brad Kitterman & Jack Dugan, LogicaCMG
Are Aging Personnel a Human Resources Problem? Or a Technology Opportunity?
By: Joven Luspo, Senior Sales Engineer, LODESTAR Corporation
Managing Energy Consumer Behavior and the Complexities of Recent Industry Initiatives.
By Garrett Johnston, consultant, KEMA
A critical challenge for maintaining the growth of the automated meter reading/advanced metering infrastructure (AMR/AMI) industry is to...
By: Gary Weseloh, Vice President and Senior Consultant with TMG Consulting, Inc.
A former colleague of mine had a habit of sitting at his desk muttering “what to do, what to do, what to do.” I believe that if he were still working with customer...
By: Russ Herring – VP, Product Development, Datamatic, Ltd.
As the costs of fixed network AMR approach the costs of traditional mobile AMR solutions, utilities are beginning to pay more attention to fixed network...
By: Marc Reed, VP Software & Systems, AMDS & David C. Duclos, SVP IT & Engineering, USA Mobility
More than two decades ago when automated meter reading (AMR) was still in its infancy, many believed this new technology would take the industry by storm and that in a matter of just a few years, AMR would replace meter readers on a...
By: Hart A Levy – Director of EAM Product Strategy, Indus International
Electric utilities face an increasing barrage of challenges today. As rates increase, customer demands go up with them. And, new and increasingly complex regulations and cost pressures from a variety of stakeholders...
By : Kay Fuhrman, Vice President – Business Development Utility Services, Alliance Data
In an August 2005 report issued by Standard & Poor’s (S&P), it states there is a “fairly strong correlation” between customer satisfaction and a supportive utility regulatory environment – and possibly better credit quality.