This webinar will explore trends driving the “new normal” of electric rate design across the United States focusing specifically on how the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), the nation’s largest public water and power utility, took a collaborative approach to their recently approved rate case.
Across industries, improving the customer experience has positively impacted revenue, profit and satisfaction. Today’s challenge is to ensure that digital resources meet customers where they are—on mobile. Leaders in industries like telecommunications, banking and travel have primed customers to expect user-centric and responsive mobile tools that make getting critical information easy and timely.
This webinar will explain the trade offs of string versus central inverter system architectures and highlight practices that system designers can employ to optimize their use of string inverters in large projects.
In this webinar, ABB’s microgrid experts will address four key considerations that utilities and developers need to consider early in their microgrid planning process:
In this webinar, two experts from NRG’s renewables team will discuss how businesses can navigate through the possibilities and logistics of a solar solution – from choosing relevant technologies to implementing effective delivery approaches. Both are vital in turning the promise of solar power into the reality of a functioning system.
Collaboration and communication with regulators, security experts, other utilities, service providers, vendors, and system integrators is essential to respond to emerging security threats. This webinar will feature practical insights on developing a comprehensive approach to security from substation to end point.
In this webinar, you will learn how complex operational data can be transformed into an easy automatic solution to deliver improved Electric Distribution Reliability with the added benefits of reducing cost, and improving safety and customer satisfaction.
In this webinar, we utilize design tools and system architecture characteristics to openly compare historic residential solar topologies -- traditional string inverters, microinverters, DC optimized string inverters and introduce a next generation power electronics, called Ultraverter, along 6 critical buying criteria for solar inverters, including: