Intelligent Utility/AMI

Thursday Aug 27, 2009 - 1:00 P.M. -2:00 P.M. Eastern Presented by Energy Central
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During this special one-hour webcast, Sierra Energy Group will present the current state of the "IUE" and the promise and pitfalls that lie ahead.

Join us for this hour-long webcast filled with facts, figures and a "real world" perspective.

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Thursday, August 27th | 1:00-2:00pm Eastern
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Utilities are facing some real "crunches" in the next 10 years. Their infrastructures and their workforces are aged, fuel prices are skyrocketing, the global warming phenomenon is threatening coal-fired generation, the mainstay of U.S. electric generation. According to the latest reliability projections by the North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC), the supply/demand equation looks to be seriously out of balance by 2016.

Utility managers are facing many challenges. How will the Intelligent Utility Enterprise help them succeed?

 
During this special one-hour webcast, Sierra Energy Group will present the current state of the "IUE" and the promise and pitfalls that lie ahead.

Join us for this hour-long webcast filled with facts, figures and a "real world" perspective.

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Many utilities are on the path toward the Intelligent Utility Enterprises (IUE) and Smart Grid (SG) to enable "demand response," and to "tune" their grids and enterprises for maximum efficiency, among other applications. Even these approaches may not solve all the impending problems, and the challenges will continue for some time.

This webcast will look at some of the progress that already is being made at leading utilities across North America. It also will take a realistic look at the rate of progress toward the IUE/SG and some of the obstacles remaining to be overcome.

    Date: Thursday, August 27th
    Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm Eastern
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Who should attend "Intelligent Utility/AMI"?

  • Utilities supervisors, managers and senior executives
  • Utility vendors, systems integrators and consultants

If you're involved in any way in the development of utility enterprise systems, this webcast is essential for you. Make plans to attend and get full details on what utilities are doing today and what they still need to do for the future.

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About the presenters:


 
Warren B. Causey
Vice President
Sierra Energy Group
Energy Central Research & Analysis Division

A researcher, writer and technology consultant for more than 30 years, Warren Causey has specialized in the utility industry since 1992. He is author of more than 25 books and his articles (by the hundreds) have appeared in the pages of leading utility industry publications. He has worked as principal-in-charge for a variety of major utility projects, including IT Performance evaluation and gap analyses for Florida Power & Light, Nstar, Xcel Energy and others. And he has headed research/ consulting projects for numerous utilities and vendors, including Northwestern Energy, Nortel and SPL WorldGroup. A frequent keynoter (on leading edge technology in information, distribution and business) at major industry conferences, he founded Warren B. Causey, Ltd., one of the most respected research/publishing/ consulting firms in the industry. He merged it with Energy Central in 2005.
www.sierraenergygroup.net


Jeanne Vold
Lead Director - IT
NorthWestern Energy

Jeanne Vold is Lead Director - IT at NorthWestern Energy. She hold a BSEE degree from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. She has 22 years professional experience that includes 10 years in industrial and high speed manufacturing and 12 years in the utility industry. She has been with NorthWestern Energy for 10 years and has held various positions throughout the IT organization.


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