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  • Powerline vegetation management: Using AI to see the wood for the trees
    By Jaro Uljanovs, Sharper Shape If you are in charge of a powerline transmission network, the chances are that errant vegetation is one of the major banes of your life. Utilities are forced to spend huge sums annually keeping lines clear of encroaching vegetation that could damage or bring down powerlines in bad weather, risking […]
  • How 5G, IoT, edge computing and private networks can bring ‘smart gardens’ to life
    By: Gagandeep Singh, Ericsson According to the World Economic Forum, about 50 percent of the global population lives in and around cities. In the United States, this number is closer to 80 percent. At the same time, a global push for a more sustainable future is encouraging cities and residents to come up with green […]
  • PG&E partners with Argonne National Laboratory to make power delivery more resilient and reliable
    By Joan Koka Wildfires, alongside other extreme weather events, remain one of the biggest threats to America’s energy system. Flames cannot only damage physical infrastructure and disrupt service for millions, but also threaten public safety. In regions like California, the threat is particularly high. In 2020 alone, north and central regions of the state experienced […]
  • La Nina transitioning to neutral phase
    As predicted by many of the long-range climate models, the La Nina phase in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean is currently transitioning into a neutral phase. During the past month, sea-surface temperatures have continued to warm and are now closer to average across the central and eastern Pacific. Most of the latest long-range climate models suggest […]
  • Utility-backed natural gas booklets spark backlash at school
    The father of a Cambridge, Massachusetts, elementary school student said Monday he was shocked when he pulled two activity booklets from his son’s backpack that had been distributed at his school, including one titled: “Natural Gas: Your Invisible Friend.”
  • FBI names pipeline cyberattackers as company promises return
    “We need to invest to safeguard our critical infrastructure,” Biden said Monday. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said the attack “tells you how utterly vulnerable we are” to cyberattacks on U.S. infrastructure.
  • New tool could improve grid reliability in the face of extreme events
    PNNL releases ExaGO open-source grid modeling platform for large-scale power grid analysis and optimization
  • ERCOT, battered by winter storm fallout, sends out summer demand scenario
    Texas grid operator ERCOT, which nearly suffered a cataclysmic shutdown of the system during a winter storm earlier this year, said that electricity demand should hit all-time demand highs due to hot and dry weather this summer.
  • Major US pipeline halts operations after ransomware attack
    If Colonial’s shutdown was mostly precautionary — and it detected the ransomware attack early and was well-prepared — the impact may not be great, Lee said.
  • PNM Resources merger with Avangrid receives Texas PUC approval
    Merger confirmed to be in the public interest, on track to close in second half of 2021 Late last wek, another regulating agency overseeing utilities voted unanimously to approve the merger of PNM Resources, the PNM parent company, with Avangrid. In the unanimous settlement, which was filed on March 30, all parties agreed the proposed […]
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