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[ON-DEMAND WEBCAST] Developing a Sustainable Approach to Grid Modernization Investment Planning

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Utilities are facing significant challenges related to grid modernization. For many, common approaches are proving to be unsustainable as new challenges emerge.

In this recent webinar, Copperleaf's Russ Stothers moderated a discussion between Adam Brown, Director of T&D Asset Management at AES, and Gene Shlatz, Director of Energy Solutions at Guidehouse to discuss how a lifecycle-based approach can ensure grid modernization investment decisions are both cost-effective and sustainable.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how AES is navigating emerging grid modernization challenges by developing a more sustainable approach to investment planning.

In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn:

• What drivers and challenges are associated with grid modernization
• Why typical approaches to grid modernization are no longer viable
• How AES’s shift in planning is proving to be more cost-effective and sustainable


Adam Brown, Director, T&D Asset Management, AES


Gene Shlatz, Director, Energy Solutions, Guidehouse


Moderator: Russ Stothers, Product Manager, Copperleaf

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