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Top Technologies in Energy and Utilities in 2018

Melvin Leong, Associate Director, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan

Top Technologies in Energy and Utilities in 2018

The future of energy and utilities will focus on several key technology innovations that will boost industry operational efficiency and possibly change business models and competitive landscape.

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PSE&G Solar Storage Projects Provide Clean Energy and Resiliency to Key Infrastructure

Todd Hranicka, Director- Solar Energy, PSE&G

PSE&G Solar Storage Projects Provide Clean Energy and Resiliency to Key Infrastructure

These solar storage projects use sophisticated control systems to manage the integration between the solar systems, batteries and the PSE&G grid.

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IoT Benefits Scalability of Advanced Energy Solutions

Joe Blanchard, VP of Services, Plug Power

IoT Benefits Scalability of Advanced Energy Solutions

From micro grids to rooftop solar plants to hydrogen powered forklift trucks, every alternative energy solution, to some extent, is a distributed energy technology.

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Benefits of Solar Photovoltaic Generation in Modern Grid

Soonwook Hong, Engineering Fellow, Yaskawa-Solecectria Solar

Benefits of Solar Photovoltaic Generation in Modern Grid

When I joined the solar industry in 2010, the solar photovoltaic (PV) generation installed capacity was just 4 percent of the total generation installed that year.

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Concentrating Solar Power with Thermal Energy Storage

Bill Gould, CTO, SolarReserve

Concentrating Solar Power with Thermal Energy Storage

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) with Thermal Energy Storage (TES) technology utilizes large tracking mirrors to focus sunlight onto a heat exchanger, where the sun’s thermal energy is captured in a fluid....

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Renewable Heating And Cooling As A Strategic Asset

Chris Beebe, CEO, BEAM Engineering

Renewable Heating And Cooling As A Strategic Asset

Energy is literally raining down on us every day of our lives - the sun makes some places hot and some places cold, this makes the wind blow, the wind makes waves that travel across oceans and crash on our shores.

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The Cloud is about Improving Outcomes, Not Technology

Paul Nelsen, Vice President Asia Pacific Electricity, Itron

The Cloud is about Improving Outcomes, Not Technology

The key is the combination of cloud technologies with knowledge from a trusted service provider who knows the utility business

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A Paradigm Shift in Power Sector Development with IoT

Priyantha Wijayatunga, Director, South Asia Energy Division, Asian Development Bank (ADB)

A Paradigm Shift in Power Sector Development with IoT

The power industry has not changed the basic structure for over a century now. Power plants feed a central transmission network connected to distribution networks delivering electricity to scattered loads in a large geographical.

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Getting Down to Business: The Industrial Internet of Things

Prith Banerjee, EVP & CTO, Schneider Electric

Getting Down to Business: The Industrial Internet of Things

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) describes a world in which more and more machines, devices and processes are sensor-enabled, connected and able to share information about their current state and the environment in which they operate....

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The Future of Technology in Unconventional Shale Production

Jeff Foster, President & CEO, MicroSeismic

The Future of Technology in Unconventional Shale Production

In the current price environment surrounding the Oil and Gas industry, operators are looking for ways to cost effectively maximize drainage from unconventional reservoirs.c

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