Lena Smart, VP & CSO, New York Power Authority
Yesterday, I was CIO of America’s largest state power organization. Today, I’m the CSO. No, I didn’t get a demotion–it was actually a promotion, and I am very excited about my new position.
Raiford Smithis, VP-Energy Technology & Analytics, Entergy
Dr. Cat Wong, PMP, PE, Manager-Customer Product Engineering, Entergy
Batteries, one subset of storage technologies, are an exciting technology that promises to revolutionize how we manage and provide power
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.
Michael Maiello, SVP, Technology, Schneider Electric
The increase in demand along with the trends of the energy sector’s three Ds (decarbonization, decentralization and digitization) are driving dramatic changes in how energy is produced and consumed, as well as the business models governing its...
Jay Stauffer, Director, IT, The Brock Group
Filing Cabinets are becoming an item of the past as the use of Document Management Systems (DMS) is on the rise in businesses of all sizes.
Dr. Dirk E. Mahling, CMVP; VP – Technology and Strategy, Alliant Energy
Utilities are embracing digitization in order to control cost and deliver innovative energy services in a world where customers ask for more choices and participation.
Ken Boyce, Principal Engineer Director, Energy & Power Technologies, UL
We have reached a tipping point globally in this digital revolution – there are now more connected devices than people on the earth, and in the last few years alone we created more data than in all the previous years of human existence...
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.
Frank Jakob, Technology Manager for Energy Storage, Black & Veatch
Increasing demand for energy storage is being spurred on two fronts: Electric customers who are saving money on their utility bills, and the growing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), which is causing lithium-ion batteries to decline in cost...
Ankush Halbe, Technology Director, Exyte
The implementation of Target Value Design that incorporates VDC and prefabrication elements creates economies of scale that optimize capital expenditure for every KWh of battery cell produced.