Intelligent Utility Insights

  • Jul 23, 2014 | Kathleen Wolf Davis

    Michael Panfil, an attorney working with the Environmental Defense Fund, examines what a rehearing on the fate of FERC Order 745 could mean and what's at stake for utilities and consumers in this on-going legal battle.

  • Jul 22, 2014 | Kathleen Wolf Davis

    As the smart city concept evolves, utilities will—by necessity—be taking the lead on many projects. Keeping that evolution in mind, Intelligent Utility has been quietly building you a smart cities library where you can access ideas, insights and project details on what’s happening within the smart city space.

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