On-Demand Webcasts

  • Jan 18, 2012 | Energy Central
    Webcast 1 of 2 - Please join Debra Brooks, Project Manager at Southern California Edison, for the replay of a compelling two-part webcast series that reviews the major technical changes throughout Southern California Edison as they unified their design process with new utility design software. SCE...
  • Dec 22, 2011 | IBM
    This webcast focuses on end-to-end smart grid security risks and how IBM customers are managing these risks at various points in the electric smart grid chain.
  • Dec 15, 2011 | Energy Central
    In "The Quest - Energy Security and Remaking of the Modern World," Daniel Yergin addresses how electricity has become centrally important to modern life, how it can be made more secure, the threat to climate from greenhouse gas emission and new energy technologies on the horizon. Attend this...
  • Dec 13, 2011 | Energy Central
    The mountain of data now available to utilities can be utterly overwhelming. This webcast profiles utilities who are leveraging the new data they are receiving in a number of ways, across departments, and analyzes what they are learning.
  • Dec 07, 2011 | Energy Central
    January 2012 begins the phase-in of the new EPA regulations that begin to reshape the power generation market in the US. The Fall Energy Market Perspective forecast reviews these changes and provides a baseline projection on how the capacity and energy mix could be impacted. We also will provide...
  • Dec 06, 2011 | Energy Central
    Fueled by the flood of new data being provided by smart grid and smart metering infrastructure, the market for analytics in the utility industry is experiencing massive growth; however, this is a dynamic and complex technical market. This webcast covers the results of an exhaustive study of the...
  • Dec 01, 2011 | Energy Central
    Today's utilities face the challenges of tighter IT budgets, reduced in-house development staff, and the need to quickly deliver business benefits through applications. Utilities also need to adapt to the rapid changes in smart grid technology, the electricity distribution system of the future.
  • Dec 01, 2011 | Energy Central
    The power industry is moving from proprietary solutions to open standards and interoperability, which will foster innovation, help avoid stranded assets and bring economies of scale and growth to the industry.
  • Nov 02, 2011 | Energy Central
    We are facing drastic change in the energy industry. Competitive innovation, consumer awakening and regulatory evolution are converging and thus, creating new challenges. But with these challenges comes opportunity. Consumer engagement and acceleration beyond the meter is a gateway to generate more...
  • Oct 21, 2011 | Energy Central
    FERC Order No. 1000 is a game changer for the transmission grid. The rule requires regional planners to consider alternative transmission solutions to meet the transmission needs and removes the federal right of first refusal that incumbent utilities could use to prevent alternative solutions. Plus...