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  • The Power of Interoperability and Distributed Intelligence

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    Learn how interoperability is the key to helping utilities operate the grid more simply and cost-effectively and how Duke Energy and a coalition of six companies including Accenture, Ambient Corporation, Alstom Grid, Echelon Corporation, S&C Electric Company and Verizon, are demonstrating the interoperability of hardware, software and communications.

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  • Adding Intelligence for Optimized Power Generation

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    Energy providers face a new frontier. Ahead lies a path to more efficient, less expensive, cleaner, and safer energy production and distribution. This path poses a dual challenge: to modernize the installed base and design new infrastructure with even more built-in intelligence, communication, and flexibility to adapt to future needs at an acceptable cost and without complexity. From design to execution, modularity and connectivity, security and safety, and scalability are integral considerations for brownfield and greenfield investments.

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    Organizations proactively tackling today’s sustainability pressures need a customized sustainability strategy that addresses ever-changing dynamics. A sustainability strategy isn’t enough.  The ability to transition a strategy into actionable results with monitoring and forecasting along the way is critical to achieving valuable business results.

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    Energy security, disaster resiliency, cost efficiency – microgrids have been discussed as the potential solution to an array of challenges at the Grid Edge.

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    According to the American Society of Civil Engineers transmission and distribution infrastructure in the United States is underfunded by $94 billion through 2020. Underfunded infrastructure replacement and increasing network complexity along with the usual challenges of safety, resiliency, reliability, regulation and cost pressures are driving change at utilities. The ability to quickly evaluate the effect of major or minor technical or physical changes to new and existing facilities will become increasingly important to optimizing material use, reducing construction or maintenance times and ensuring effective communication and collaboration between teams and external stakeholders.

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Greentech Media smart grid webinars are free online seminars that cover topics relevant to the growing smart grid industry including: network infrastructure and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), grid optimization, home area networks, demand response, EV integration onto the grid, energy storage, and software and applications for data on the grid. Hosted by expert analysts and editors with speakers from companies and utilities that are actively involved in the evolution of the electric grid. Sign up to receive alerts about upcoming webinars by registering for a Greentech Media account.

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