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Digital Utility Professionals Group

The mission of this group is to bring together utility professionals in the power industry who are in the thick of the digital utility transformation. 

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Insights for the Joint Use Sector in 2019

Utilities should take interest in using a joint use platform system that will work for their data; one that automates joint use processes and keeps them compliant with FCC policies.

FERC NOPR issued 1/17/2019 describing proposed changes to replace the FERC FoxPro Filer application

FERC NOPR proposing changes to replace the FERC Foxpro filer application will be discussed by the NAESB e-forms sub-committee on 1/25/2019

Exploring Distributed Computing Capabilities for the Electric Grid of the Future

The Electric Grid is undergoing profound changes and transitioning in to a more proactive data driven, information-based monitoring and management.

Changing landscape of utility industry!

By understanding the current state of utility and its challenges, we can brainstorm various strategies which helps meet all your operational objectives.
Post - 6 days agoSchneider Electric

Data and the Digital Transformation

The need for cleaner, more efficient energy.The increase in distributed generation.Innovative new technologies.
This Post is from an Schneider Electric contributor
Post - 6 days agoEsri

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News Article - 9 hours ago ago
Source: North American Clean Energy

AutoGrid Secures Additional Funding to Accelerate Deployment of World’s Largest Artificial Intelligence-Powered Flexible Energy Resources Network

AutoGrid the leader in flexibility management software for the energy industry announced that it has closed on a new equity investment from Shell Ventures LLC nbsp This funding comes as an extension to the Series D investment...