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Exec Calls for Action on New Texas Gas-Fired Plants

The chief executive of a Connecticut-based energy investment firm has called for action on his group’s proposal to build as many as 11 new natural gas-fired power plants in Texas.…


Storm Readiness Saves Lives: Utilities and Testing Are the Real Digital Twins

Natural calamities challenge businesses and create problems with customer experience (CX). How can a utility demonstrate the desired experience attributes such as speed, quality, consistency, and so on at the…


Texas PUC Outlines Review of Response to Power Disaster

The regulatory group that oversees Texas' deregulated power market has identified eight areas the agency will focus on as it continues to study the state's response to a mid-February storm…


Using Geospatial Data to Strengthen the Grid Against Extreme Weather

Extreme weather events are hitting more often and harder than ever before, and storm-hardening regulations are prompting utilities to strengthen the electrical grid to withstand storm-force winds. As part of…


The New Due Diligence: Understanding the Climate-Related Vulnerabilities of Our Infrastructure

Rich Sorkin, CEO of Jupiter Intelligence As the reality of climate change begins to soak in, enterprises, organizations and governments around the globe are trying to get a handle on…