Intelligent Utility Insights

  • Sep 20, 2014 | Kathleen Wolf Davis

    Charles Fishman,  equity analyst with Morningstar, Inc., reveals how high-voltage transmission has earned a "wide moat" characteristic in their analysis---meaning it's ripe for above-average returns on capital.

  • Sep 18, 2014 | Kathleen Wolf Davis

    Almost two years ago, we started a simple interview series titled “Utility2Utility.” We’ve interviewed over 40 utilities from the UK to Brazil to Guam, and the series is now our most popular one in the library. So, kick back with a cup of coffee—or a pot—and take notes on how other utilities are tackling everything from mobility to smart cities. Advice and insight abound—from their utility to yours.

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  • One of Norway’s largest power companies, Nord-Trondelag Elektrisitetsverk Nett (NTE), has begun a pilot project to see if customers will respond to real-time pricing. In this international installment of our Utility2Utility series, we talk with Torbjørn Opland, department director at Nord-Trøndelag Elektrisitetsverk Nett AS about the project. Intelligent Utility: What was the impetus of this
  • You can’t get bigger lakes (or seas, even) of big data to deal with than the ones facing Exelon, a parent company of three utilities: BGE, ComEd and PECO.  Combined, that’s nearly 8 million customers—and each customer with a million data points, it seems. So, when looking for details about big data, Exelon’s the big daddy. Over the past few years, Exelon have been mostly in “project mode,”

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  • The Advanced Energy Management Alliance (AEMA) today reacted with disappointment in the U.S. Circuit Court decision (U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, No. 11-1486) to rehear en banc the decision issued in May to vacate the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Order 745.

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