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Colin Gibbs joined Smart Grid Today to discuss how Bidgely is not only helping its clients manage the sudden changes brought on by the pandemic, which he described in detail, but also how the firm is developing fast answers for utility firms..
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The way we generate and use electricity is changing fast. The transition in how we generate electricity is being driven in large part by the growing share of increasingly cheap renewable energy.
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The year 2021 presents vast opportunities for the nation's utilities to prioritize and address pressing issues that are common across the industry. Here are the top ten resolutions for the utilities to consider in the coming year.
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This month's roundup includes information about shifting energy demand due to changing workforce habits, a successful electric transportation initiative, and more.

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