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Join T&D analyst Chuck Newton and experts from GE Energy for a FREE one-day seminar.
The Power of Knowledge: Enabling the Intelligent Grid
Technical and business presentations . . . hands-on demonstrations . . . and case studies showing how utilities are using the intelligent grid technology to solve real-world business challenges.
The Intelligent Grid is the future of the new power industry — enterprise-wide solutions that deliver far-ranging benefits for both utilities and their end-user customers. Utilities that adopt them see tangible improvements in reduced outages, improved power quality and increased customer satisfaction.
But with these capabilities come questions: What really are the capabilities of an intelligent grid? Is there one set of technology that can enable both strategic and operational processes? How do the technologies fit together? And, how do you leverage automation across functions — and even across business units — for maximum benefit?
Get the answers to these questions — and more.
Join Chuck Newton and experts from GE to discover leading-edge technology in these four critical areas — and how to fit them together for maximum effectiveness:
Smart Metering. The communication technologies available today enabling remote meter reading and load management, including a discussion on how to leverage meter data for improved operational and engineering efficiency.
A Standard Geospatial Platform for the Intelligent Grid. GE Energy's Electric Office suite for electric transmission & distribution is a comprehensive geospatial platform that provides support for the electric utility asset management lifecycle, from planning and design through replacement and refurbishing. It contains the underlying data models, industry applications, and productivity tools required to support the essential utility operations, including engineering design, network analysis, operations management, network asset management, and web-based clients. Utilities throughout the world are embracing the Office vision and are moving to a standard geospatial environment based on the Office suites as part of a larger intelligent grid strategy. This presentation will provide an overview of the current capabilities on the Electric Office and the potential for integrating geospatial information into an intelligent grid will be discussed using examples of recent implementations.
Distribution Operations. What does the intelligent grid mean to distribution operations? What technology applies to the control center and how does it relate to the other existing systems like OMS and EMS? This presentation will discuss the scope of a Distribution Management System and the effect this will have on traditional control and dispatch operations. Use cases will illustrate the evolving impact in existing and future installations.
Substation/Distribution Automation and Transformer Monitoring & Diagnostics. Enabling greater operational efficiency and extending equipment service life while reducing operating costs by eliminating unnecessary maintenance.
September 26 — Baltimore
October 10 — Chicago
October 30 — Atlanta
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