Learn key takeaways from the Future of Utilities Summit, where discussions focused on the need for resiliency and the power of data and digitalisation.
Last year, European utilities faced intense weather challenges. Learn how Storm Risk Dashboard, which debuted at E-world, revolutionizes planning and response.
With extreme winter weather already hitting parts of the United States, utilities must prepare their operations to manage the season’s impacts.
Storm Risk Analytics is a first-to-market solution that combines advanced weather intelligence and machine learning outage prediction to help mid-size electric utilities more confidently make incident command and storm impact decisions before, during and after extreme weather events.
Grid hardening has been a topic of discussion in the utility industry for many years. This nation’s electric grid has not been entirely upgraded in some time. Never before has the grid been more vulnerable to physical and cyber attacks.
Mark Twain once said about the weather, “In the Spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours.” This unpredictability has made the average person concerned with the weather forecast. How much more so for those who hold positions of responsibility in electric utility companies?
Mutual aid can quickly complicate matters and frustrate clients without accurate information and proper procedures in place. With the pressures of power outages and customer expectations, a utility company can rapidly go from “strength in numbers” to “too much of a good thing.”
DTN to provide highly accurate weather data in support of more accurate gas demand estimates. UTRECHT, Netherlands (October 27, 2020) – DTN, a global data, analytics and technology company, has been selected by National Grid Gas as the utility’s weather data partner. National Grid Gas is part of National Grid UK, which relies on highly