By Zhanna Golodryga, SVP, Services and CIO, Hess Corporation
The global oil and gas industry continues to face a lower-for-longer oil price environment that has challenged energy companies and their supporting businesses.
By Reza Shirazi, Interim CTO, CLEAResult
Demand Response. It’s a program strategy that utilities have been using for decades, enabling them to work more closely with customers to match electrical supply.
By Michael Couvillion, CTO, Drillinginfo
Over the last couple of years numerous big trends have been observed across all major industries. For example implementing cloud technology.
By Scott Burns, Head of Innovation & Customer Experience at Reliant, an NRG Company
At Reliant, we strive to provide our customers with an unmatched experience by keeping them powered, secured and connected at home, at work, and on the go. We do that by looking for opportunities to provide more value to our customers.
By Eugene Litvinov, Chief Technologist, ISO New England
The rapid proliferation of new technologies is transforming how electricity is produced, delivered, and consumed. While offering many benefits, these changes are also increasing the complexity of power systems and requiring innovative approach
By Benjamin Beberness, CIO, Snohomish PUD
Cyber security and integration of information technology and operational technology (IT/OT) are two challenges for the utility industry.
By Ed Bodie, Information Technology Manager, Santee Cooper
Santee Cooper is an 82-year-old electric and water utility with approximately 1,730 employees and facilities across the entire state of South Carolina.
By Jeff Cann, Chief Strategist & CIO, Encore Electric, Inc. And Chris Cole, Business Development, Encore Electric, Inc.
Since the introduction of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) in 2000, there are many success stories in energy savings for building construction and maintenance.
By Don Reeves, EVP of Engineering and Managed Services, Silver Spring Networks
Today, we are in the midst of an evolving energy environment. For at least 15 years, utilities have been deploying communications technology to help overcome some of their most pressing issues.
By Nancy Bui-Thompson, VP, SMUD Board of Directors, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
The electric industry is rapidly changing. Across the country key stakeholders and regulators are grappling with what the future holds: how and when transformation will occur.