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Terry Wildman, Editor-in-Chief
Anthony Haines, President & CEO, Toronto Hydro Corporation
We are speaking with Anthony Haines, President and CEO of Toronto Hydro Corporation
Green Ovations: Innovations in Green Technologies
Integrating renewable energy into the grid: Automated Management System (AMS) Aimed to Increase PV Plant Productivity
Lino Picheo, President, Staer Sistemi
A rapidly increasing availability of energy at reasonable prices is one of the key issues for the development and interest in renewable energy.
Jon Bickel, PE
There are over 6.2 million miles (10 million kilometres) of three-phase and single-phase distribution circuits in the United States and metering data provides utilities with the only ‘real-time eyes and ears' into the performance of their systems.
Forecasting a Natural Disaster
How GIS and weather predictions help utilities recover in the aftermath
Danny Petrecca, Schneider Electric, Director of Product Management, Enterprise GIS
When a utility is faced with a natural disaster, tools such as an outage management system and distribution management system are traditionally leveraged to get service back up as quickly as possible.
Jason Wilson, SVP Business Development and Product Management, On-Ramp Wireless
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has a lofty goal of reducing customer outage time or Systems Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI) by 20 percent by 2020.
Jason Cigarran, Vice President, Corporate Marketing and Communications
Over the last 30 years, we have seen a historic rise in the demand for energy. In fact, since 1982, our nation's increased demand for electricity has outpaced the grid's transmission capacity by 25 percent annually.
Ontario's Distribution Sector – Government Signals LDCs and their Shareholders Know Best
The Bigger Picture
Bernadette Corpuz, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Approximately one year ago, the Ontario Government announced its plans to conduct a comprehensive review of the Province's electricity sector.
Eric Byres, Tofino Security at Belden Inc.
An recent years the number of cyberattacks directed at energy installations, including power utilities has increased dramatically. I discussed this in my article ‘Securing Utilities from Cyberattacks - For the times they are a-changin' in the November/December 2012 issue of this magazine.
Guest Editorial: Making the Smart Grid Smart Again
How to Overcome Inertia and Keep Your Utility on a Path to Adaptive Energy Conservation
Max Park and Scott Zajkowski
The need to move to the smart grid is clear. Its value to utilities is predicted to reach US$130 billion annually by 2019.