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A journey through AMI: Strategy and planning, implementation, and measurement
Kody Salem | February 11, 2021
If you’re looking into advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), currently deploying it, or finding ways to make the most of a mature system, join us for this overview of the AMI journey.
Top-notch smart city planning: Ruston’s holistic, inclusive, and digital results
Nicole Pennington | September 17, 2020
Many communities are interested in taking steps toward becoming an efficient and sustainable smart city, but the overwhelming technology options on the market today may be holding them back. During this webinar, we walked through one city's approach.
UtiliWorks Consulting announces its 100th utility client
Alyssa Pourciau | May 21, 2020
This press release announces UtiliWorks Consulting’s 100th consulting client, the City of Santa Barbara, California. UtiliWorks will help the City of Santa Barbara with its transition to advanced metering infrastructure.
E Source announces acquisition of UtiliWorks
Sannie Sieper | February 5, 2020
This press release announces the E Source acquisition of UtiliWorks, a professional services advisory firm that focuses on the water, electric, and gas utility markets.
Innovation Showcase: Focus on Virtual Peaker
Matthew Burks | June 19, 2018
This second presentation in the Innovation Showcase series of the E Source Utility Innovation Partners Program features Virtual Peaker, a real-time control system in the cloud that operates and optimizes any smart device.
Innovation Showcase: Focus on ConnectDER
Matthew Burks | May 23, 2018
This first presentation in the Innovation Showcase series of the E Source Utility Innovation Partners Program features ConnectDER products, which the company promises will reduce logistical issues during solar and other distributed energy resources installation.
Residential Customers' Interest in Energy-Related Products and Services
Luke Currin | March 23, 2018
Utilities are diversifying their product offerings beyond electricity and gas to include behind-the-meter technologies, connected home devices, and efficient appliances. This infographic covers which product lines have the most opportunity and reveals customers' communication preferences.
Customer engagement through smart meter portals
Beth Hartman, Bill LeBlanc | February 2, 2015
The key to customer engagement in smart meter data is presenting this information effectively, which can be done through website portals that are compelling, actionable, and available on customers’ preferred communications channels.