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This special interest group supports professionals who are involved in the critical mission of restoring service, business continuity and effective emergency preparedness in gas and electric utilities. 

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The Green New Deal

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The Green New Deal though nascent in its structure can be a transformative program if innovative and collaborative thinking is applied to a transparent agenda for infrastructure and policy development not only for energy but in all facets that..

Utilities Turn to Technology to Enhance Critical Vegetation Management Efforts

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Vegetation management (VM) has always been a critical component of wildfire prevention, but do conventional methods go far enough?

Aging Utility Infrastructure: Automating Inspection and Maintenance Data Flows to Accelerate Field Assessments and Upgrades

The U.S. Department of Energy’s 2015 industry report Quadrennial Technology Review (QTR 2015), stated that 70% of power transformers are 25 years of age or older, 60% of circuit breakers are 30 years or older...

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