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The new hydrogen economy - a practical guide for market entrants

September 22, 2020
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How to do business within the new hydrogen economy - a practical guide to overcoming the challenges and maximizing the opportunities.

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Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast Episode #21: ‘Could DERs Have Prevented the Utility Turmoil in California This Summer?’ with Kyle Haas of K&A Consulting

September 22, 2020
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Utilities in the Western United States have had a rough summer, to say the least. In a season that began with them continuing to manage as best as they could with the coronavirus pandemic and its economic implications, a massive heat wave ended up bringing the California grid to its knees and requiring rolling blackouts before a particularly devastating wildfire season created even more problems.

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Alan King's picture

How you can succeed in the Touchless, First Time Fix world as a Field Services Leader

September 21, 2020
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Your field resources are providing an essential service for your customers and your business therefore needs the safest method to do this. So, what can you do to support this? 
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Matt Chester on Sep 22, 2020 10:42 am GMT

Great overview on what was always an important topic but seemingly overnight became essential.

Alan, we see a lot of discussion about what changes from this time of COVID will stick around once we're back to 'normal,' but I'm wondering if there are any areas where you thought mobile tech could fill in that these months have shown perhaps aren't ready yet for such a transition? 

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Rafael Herzberg's picture

Power price trends (Brazil)

September 21, 2020
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Cost & price metrics show that timing to decide about long term power purchase agreements is NOW!

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Dealing with Your Utility’s Difficult Customers

September 21, 2020
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The old mantra "the customer is always right" isn't necessarily true. While your utility should always try to resolved problems with customers, it's not going to happen in every case.

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Interning during a Pandemic

September 21, 2020
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This post discusses interning during a pandemic.
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Matt Chester on Sep 21, 2020 9:12 pm GMT

Thanks for sharing your experience, Alicia. Can you share an example of how you saw the people you worked with at the utility having to adapt in a way that particularly surprised you (or perhaps even surprised them, since everything has been pretty unprecedented in recent months)?

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