Utilize this Intelligence: Monthly Digest of Insights Shared by Your Peers in the Energy Central Intelligent Utility Network Group – October 28, 2022

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Welcome to Energy Central’s digest that covers various stories about intelligent utilities. This update covers just a few of the relevant articles, so be sure to take a wider look to see everything that Energy Central has to offer.


Transportation Decarbonization – The Many Shades of Green

Bill Meehan

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Bill Meehan, the Director of Utility Solutions at Esri, posted about the need for bold transformation in terms of America’s public transportation and the use of fuel. Bill argued that just trying to transition causes cities to drag their feet and delays getting to a real solution. America’s leaders need to do more here.


The White House Gets into the Labeling Business

Tom Alrich

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For this post, Tom Alright, the an energy consultant who focuses on supply chain cyber risk management, weights the pros and cons of a new labeling system that the Biden administration has developed for wireless device manufacturers that do and do not meet the cybersecurity requirements of the administration.


Smart meters, Smart Devices and Dynamic Pricing

Praveen Reddy

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For this article, Praveen Reddy, a solution architect for AMI Fluentgrid, writes about utilities have started combing smart meters with other technological advances to try to create financial incentives to make consumers alter their energy consumption behavior, or at least reduce the amount of energy used around typical energy consumption behaviors.


Using AI to Increase Predictability with Intermittent Renewable Energy Sources

Sean McEvoy

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In this post, Sean McEvoy, the Senior Vice President of AI Energy Solutions Veritone, discusses how the use of AI can help infuse the use of renewable energy with the typical energy sources by predicting when the renewable energy will be available. This could solve one of the biggest barriers to using renewable energy.

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