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Leveraging Data Analytics to Optimize Utilities Vegetation Management

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Vegetation is a major cause of overhead lines asset failure and could cause large wildfires like the one in California in 2018. Vegetation management is the most-costly expense for many North American utilities. According to the Electric Power..

Here’s Looking at You, Grid: Monthly Digest of Insights Shared by Your Peers in the Energy Central Grid Network – January 14, 2022

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The grid is often called the largest and most complex machine that engineers have ever created, and that was before the advent of smart grid technology, modernized solutions, and more taking place across T&D infrastructure all the time today.

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