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Tomorrow is Now: The Data-Driven Grid

Thursday Mar 27, 2014 Presented by Energy Central
Virtual Event

Management of the electric grid in North American has had some pretty impressive intelligence and automation progress dating back 40+ years to the early era EMS and SCADA systems to advances in communication technologies to advances in intelligent devices deployed across the grid.

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Energy Central
Contact Name: Energy Central
Phone: 303-782-5510
 

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Today, with the build-out of the Smart Grid complete in any regions we see new opportunities for massive improvements in how the grid itself, as well as the assets managing the grid, is managed, yielding improvements in  system and asset reliability and financial performance. This webcast will feature insights into this revolution from three perspectives: Utility Analytics Institute research results, observations from a leading services provider/integrator, and on-the-ground experiences from a utility distribution operations leader.

This free webinar will look at these changes with perspectives from:

- Results from our recent Utility Analytics Institute research.

- A utility leader that is applying new technologies and business processes for performance improvements.

- A leading systems integrator /services firm who will share their experiences in working in the data-driven grid with utilities.

Panel:

Mike Smith

Aleksandar Vukojevic, Principal Engineer in Distribution Automation and Technology, BGE

Mike Smith

Vasan Krishnaswamy, Smart Grid Analytics Capability Development Lead, Accenture


Mike Smith

Moderator: Mike Smith, Vice President, Utility Analytics Institute, Energy Central

 

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