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Enhancing the Digital Utility: Letter from the Community Leader Part 1 & 2

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This item is part of the Enhancing the Digital Utility - September 2022 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more

Letter from the Community Leader:

AI, Augmented Reality, GIS, IoT, Digital Twins, Digitalization of Operations, The Cloud: these technologies and so many more are making up the backbone of what has become known as the Digital Utility. After many decades of steady, incremental progress, the utility sector has seen an explosion of innovation and modernization. In recent years this explosion has resulted from the expansion of new digital utility tools, and we're nowhere near the end of our journey. 

As we are all on this journey together, the best way to stay on top of the new technologies and resources is to leverage the knowledge of your peers. This brings us to this month's Special Issue, "Enhancing the Digital Utility" In this issue, we pulled together the collective knowledge from our community to share with you what your colleagues are saying about the next generation of The Digital Utility.   In this Special Issue,  you'll find the most forward-looking insights and valuable case studies submitted by Energy Central Community Members and professionals in the industry. I hope you take some time to read what they have to say! 

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And as always, I'll note that we often receive more submissions than we can include in the newsletter, so be sure to read through all the articles included on our Special Issue Topic Page

Finally, the release of the Special Issue isn't the end of the topic but just the beginning. Let's make this Special Issue as interactive as possible: all the authors who submitted articles encourage you to leave comments, questions, and ideas in the comments section to which they can respond

I look forward to seeing you in the Community! 

Audra C Drazga
VP of the Power Industry Network

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