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    Smart Utilities eBook

    Smart utilities operate smart grids, decarbonize power generation, and provide innovative energy services. Discover how to adapt today's utility infrastructure for a bright, connected future in our smart utilities eBook.

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The era of smart utilities is now. Utilities must become smart utilities. Those that succeed will operate efficient smart grids, decarbonize their power generation portfolio, and provide new energy customer services.

Download our “Powering an Always-on World” eBook to learn 9 ways utilities are realizing the cost benefits of smart grids today.
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    Are smart grids profitable? Yes. Conventional grids require expensive upkeep and increase the likelihood of electrical blackouts. However, smart grid implementation also comes with a significant cost. Is it worthwhile? Can smart grids pay for themselves? Discover it
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    Smart Grid Solutions With global megatrends transforming the world of energy, smart utilities must innovate to provide customers with reliable power. Our smart grid solutions and technologies can help your electricity company charter new paths. Explore smart grid solutions
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    Asset Management Solutions in the Age of IoT Utilities were once able to ensure grid security and reliability using a minimal amount of information from their physical assets. Now, however, they face growing pressures to maximize investments by managing assets as efficiently as possible. How can utilities overcome this challenge? Read more
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    The Seven Pillars of Cyber Defense The risk of malicious software attacks on utilities is rising. They can cause a utility’s HMI or network to go down and damage systems that control the grid, affecting not only your business, but also the economy and security of a country or region. To help prevent system unavailability and quickly recover from an incident, it is essential to strengthen your cyber security program. Read how
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    Smart Energy Generation Equals Flexible Generation The rapid influx of renewable energy projects coming online implies pricing and dispatch patterns for the utility companies who are integrating them will be increasingly influenced by the variable nature of wind and solar. Learn how
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    Now trending in Europe: The benefits of demand response strategies Following the example of the U.S. – the most mature market for demand response technologies – the utility industry in Europe is clearly on the verge of massive demand response adoption. But unless stakeholders have a clear understanding of the potential benefits, the change may prove difficult. Read about it
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    How to approach microgrid supply quality and reliability The paradox of microgrids is that they are often implemented to address concerns about heightened reliability and quality of energy supply, but their stability, when in island mode, is a very delicate balancing act. See how
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    A vaccine against the utility death spiral Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory showed they could create a force opposite to the one driving the so-called utility death spiral when it comes to distributed solar. Find out more
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    Dream Big: The future of reliability for utilities Reliability is at the forefront of utilities’ concerns, and rightly so. People expect power to flow 24/7 and any interruption is disruptive for customers and costly for utilities in terms of regulatory penalties linked to downtime and outage frequency. Learn more
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    The keys to managing demand in a microgrid In a microgrid, a key to controlling its relationship with the main grid is managing demand, i.e., the loads. This article presents the systems and components that enable microgrid demand management. Discover how