Emerging technologies, particularly those required for distributed asset management, are enabling and demanding greater grid connectivity to leverage new advancements in data analytics, grid asset management and customer applications.
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The utility regulatory landscape has been rapidly evolving over the past decade. At the start of the 2020s utilities were already facing a multitude of pressures when it comes to designing customer-centric rates that ensure long-term profitability.
From its prompting of citizens to socially distance themselves to its rising infection rates and economic devastation, the novel coronavirus pandemic has meant unprecedented, tragic disruption.
The completion of a new electrical substation will help power economic development in Oneida County, New York, by supplying electricity to a new $1 billion state-of-the-art, highly-automated world's-first silicon carbide wafer fabrication facility that is expected to draw more than 600 highly-skilled jobs to the region.
With great power comes great responsibility, meaning it falls to utilities to ensure that their transmission and distribution (T&D) assets can — and will — perform at the appropriate reliability and safety levels while continuing to meet regulatory and environmental standards.
In a sign of the project’s significance, in March 2019 India’s Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi dedicated the Ennore liquefied natural gas (LNG) import, storage and regasification terminal to the nation.