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Making the Connection Between Hurricane Season and Renewable Energy
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Jeffrey Howell, President, Panasonic Industrial Devices Sales Company of America

Hurricane season begins in June, and hope is that it pales in comparison to 2017 when megastorms such as Hurricane Irma and Harvey pummeled the country. The storms helped to make last year a record for insurance payouts—about $135...

Why Taming IoT Devices is the Next Challenge for Cybersecurity?
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Carl Herberger, VP of security solutions, Radware

If the number of new vulnerabilities in IoT devices were represented by raindrops, today there would be flood warnings across the nation. If the task of securing these devices were represented by climbing a mountain, it would be Everest to...

Smart Grid's Trojan Horse: Actions to Consider
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Doug Morrill, Associate Director, Navigant [NCI]

It is troubling that recent Internet hacks that affected popular websites in the United States are being received with surprise. Similar events have been happening for years. The explosion of Internet of Things (IoT) devices complicates the...

Meeting the Changing Needs of Customers
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Joseph Santamaria, CIO, PSEG

In 2012, Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey and PSEG hard. Tens of thousands of utility lines were downed by trees, 2,400 utility poles were damaged, thousands of gas meters were flooded and power plants saw water rise well above historic levels,...

Exelon Utilities Meeting the Need to Exceed Customer Expectations through Innovation
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Michael Menendez, Information Technology VP, Customer, BGE (Baltimore Gas and Electric Company)

Background Customers’ needs are evolving at a rapid pace, along with their expectations for how they communicate with their service providers.  The Exelon utilities – Atlantic City Electric in New Jersey, BGE in Maryland, ComEd...

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