What does the coming green revolution in electronics portend for the Smart Grid and utilities? Much more (and less) than you may imagine.
California is a leader in many regards, but lags in water policy. Can it earn a leadership position for smart water management?
Discover how proven system and process engineering methods and practices can help rethink infrastructure problems and design solutions for resiliency.
Finance and energy companies talk a good game when it comes to business intelligence, but most of them are still reading dated reports.
We need lots of dreams and visions of what the future water grids should look like. That's the only way we'll modernize potable and non-potable grids.
NEMA's recommendations to the White House's Quadrennial Energy Review reflect a broad perspective. Here's a review of their interesting recommendations.
You may think that demand response only addresses peak energy use. It could be leveraged for water conservation too.
Evolution or revolution? Sometimes, incremental changes are ok - but when it comes to ovens and electrical grids, more disruptive thinking is needed.
You wouldn't think there were many similarities between utilities and commercial real estate. But, similar disruptions are impacting them both.
Microgrids could become important components in utility distribution grids. Here are four reality-tested lessons from a microgrid demonstration project.