Flipping the Smart Grid switch before the lights go out

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Watch our on demand webinar to learn about the current industry challenges and flexible solutions for utilities to not only accommodate but aggregate and optimize a rapidly growing array of distributed renewable resources at the edge of the distribution grid.

Our electric infrastructure is aging; our current grid was built to support a one-way flow (from centralized generation to consumers) and is being pushed with distributed and intermittent generation (renewables) to do more than it was originally designed to do. The distribution power grid needs to be intelligent at all levels, which is now possible thanks to the maturation of technologies (i.e. IoT, 5G, AI) and after two decades of experimentation. Listen to our key industry experts discuss the current industry challenges and flexible solutions for utilities to not only accommodate but aggregate and optimize a rapidly growing array of distributed renewable resources at the edge of the distribution grid.

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In this webinar, experts in the utilities and renewable energy space discussed current industry challenges and flexible solutions, including:

  • How to harness a smart substation to modernize the grid
  • Aggregation and optimization across a rapidly growing array of distributed resources
  • Internet of Things, 5G, and Artificial Intelligence: the future of power grid intelligence
Russell Ragsdale
Russell Ragsdale
Director of Asset and Engineering Strategy
Southern California Edison (SCE)
Philippe Vie
Philippe Vie
Executive Vice President: Global E&U Industry Leader
Capgemini
Mike Bates
Mike Bates
General Manager
Intel Corporation
Yves Barlier
Yves Barlier
Head of Smart Grids Division
Enedis

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