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Join David Birnbaum, Vice President, Learning of Century 21 University and Vitaly Shter, Director Product Marketing, Kaltura to see current trends and best practices in online video for enterprise learning and training and to see how video can cut costs and improve learning results. Register today!
There are multiple technical issues involved in pursuing microgrid projects using a system-level approach that ensures a holistic approach to microgrid planning. This eBrief delves into the technical requirements of a microgrid project and the three principle components that comprise a microgrid. Download today!
The Modern Distribution Utility as an Enabling Platform: NYREV & the Distributed System Platform (DSP)
The 21st Century Utility fortunately is now getting serious policy and regulatory attention. In New York the Reforming the Energy Vision, or REV process, is the most comprehensive effort thus far to design the modern distribution grid. At heart of REV is the Distributed System Platform (DSP) including an effort to develop the underlying functionality and enabling technologies necessary to support this new dynamic operating environment. Register to watch now!
This webinar will focus on the end-use applications and value proposition of microgrids, including the benefits and business considerations surrounding efficiency, reliability, security, quality, and sustainability, as well as which users are best suited for this advanced smart grid solution. Register to watch now!
The development of a microgrid comes with wide array of issues -- regulatory, technical or financial. The first of a 3-part series, this eBrief highlights critical regulatory issues to consider prior to pursuing a microgrid project. Download today!
This eBook from FierceMarkets Custom Publishing provides an overview of the convergence of regulatory, environmental and business needs leading to the smart grid becoming not just necessary, but also inevitable. To read more click here to download today.