In this timely webinar, Closer Look at Smart Grid Solutions for The Future Grid 2013, sponsored by eMeter, A Siemens Business, attendees will get in-depth perspective from Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Arizona Public Service (APS), North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB), Zpryme, and eMeter, A Siemens Business thought leaders on how big data & utility intelligence, U.S. power outages, smart meters & new standards, advanced energy management, and grid modernization are impacting the growing energy needs for the smart grid today and tomorrow.
Many utilities are inundated by data and remain uncertain how to extract additional value from these deployed assets outside of billing operations. In this webinar, Larsh Johnson, CTO and Chris King, Chief Regulatory Officer, of eMeter will discuss opportunities for improving distribution operations through more effective utilization and integration of smart meter data.
During this webinar, Dennis Sumner, Senior Electrical Engineer, SGIG Project Manager, City of Fort Collins Utilities, will share what drivers helped Fort Collins chart out their smart grid road map, what exactly is included in their road map, customer concerns with their AMI project, and lessons learned.
Many utilities are inundated by data and remain uncertain how to extract additional value from these deployed assets outside of billing operations. Hear Larsh Johnson, CTO and Chris King, Chief Regulatory Officer, of eMeter as they discuss opportunities for improving distribution operations through more effective utilization and integration of smart meter data.
By connecting meter data management with Outage Management System, utilities can take advantage of the operational efficiency that results. Join eMeter and Intergraph for a discussion about best practices for Outage Management, the ROI impact and customer case studies, as well.
Watch this weinar and hear panelists run through all of the major benefit areas for smart meters and give you tips on each. They’ll suggest where to look for ideas and “templates” from previous rate cases and they’ll pass along their most important lessons learned.
Demand Response: A Proven Asset to Grid Management-will provide you the latest information about regional opportunities for demand response, measurement and verification requirements, and the role of third party demand response providers.