On-Demand Webcasts

  • Nov 20, 2013 | Energy Central
    Until now, interoperability efforts have largely focused on utility devices and communications. With a strong foundation of interoperability among core and enabling technologies, many utilities and solution providers are ready to focus on a new dimension of interoperability: applications.
  • Nov 19, 2013 | Energy Central
    Is your grid as smart as it should be? If your communications network isn't highly automated, responsive, deterministic and resilient, then you've got an opportunity to modernize. But how do you justify an investment in a smarter communications network to your management, investors and regulators?...
  • Nov 13, 2013 | Energy Central
    The analytics movement is now a reality in the utility industry, and nowhere is this more impactful than in helping utility leaders better engage and manage their valuable customer relationships. This webcast will include both the concept and the actual practice of how the use of advanced analytics...
  • Nov 05, 2013 | Energy Central
    Bentley Utilities Designer is a comprehensive design and GIS-based management application for electric, gas, water, and wastewater utility networks. The software combines GIS-agnostic engineering-grade design, on-the-fly cost estimation, design management, and a utility-specific GIS into a single...
  • Oct 28, 2013 | Energy Central
    In this first installment of the Knowledge is Power webinar series, we will examine communication service challenges and Smart Grid networking approaches to modernize the utility network while supporting legacy systems.
  • Oct 23, 2013 | Energy Central
    Are retailers vying for your utility customer's share of wallet with related products and services? Business threats are emerging — from microgrids to distributed generation — with new value propositions that make it more complex for utilities to acquire, serve and retain their customers.
  • Oct 22, 2013 | Energy Central
    Your public power or electric cooperative utility must continually provide reliable electric service to your consumers at the lowest possible cost. One proven way to manage costs: a demand response (DR) or load management program, which reduces power consumed during peak periods.
  • Oct 17, 2013 | Energy Central
    Utilities are getting an unprecedented flow of information about their operations, assets and customers. They are just at the beginning stages of learning how to mine that information and use it to transform how they work and serve customers.
  • Oct 16, 2013 | Energy Central
    Every day, 5 to 10 workers are severely injured or killed in an electrical arc flash accident. Countless more suffer serious burns on the job. Your first-response plan for serious electrical and thermal burns is critical to your workers’ well-being. Most first aid kits don't prepare workers well...
  • Oct 16, 2013 | Energy Central
    A cable is not a cable anymore. Mission-critical smart grid applications cannot fail. The probability of failure increases dramatically when improper specification, installation or termination of cables is introduced into utility infrastructure.