Ever since the term “smart grid” emerged in our industry, it has had multiple definitions that have evolved over time. Looking back, we can identify waves of investment that have shaped the grid to make it smarter, more modern, and more intelligent to improve reliability, efficiency, resiliency, and sustainability. While some of these waves have already swept through much of the industry: smart meters, distribution automation, and consumer and grid analytics; there has been a great influx of new investments with grid-scale renewables, distributed energy resources, asset health and distribution analytics, and microgrids. In parallel, investments in enabling technologies and transmission technologies have helped to strengthen the grid.
Learn how to turn analytics into actionable operation efficiency and the value of leveraging AMI. Join us for this webinar to explore these investments in technologies and how they will affect tomorrow's power system and utility practices.