Leveraging Data for Solutions: Work Flow Management
November 01, 2013
Utilities of all types across the country are investing massive amounts of money in taking infrastructures that were largely built after World War II and upgrading them to inject intelligence throughout their operations. There has been a resultant tidal wave of information that will help utilities better manage their assets and serve their customers. Utilities will face a number of difficulties in the upcoming years that will both disrupt their business processes and create new opportunities, and the analysis of this information is crucial to their ability to be successful and to provide outstanding service to the public.
Smart Meters Weather the Storm
June 01, 2013
Over the last decade, smart meter technology has been installed for use in millions of residential and commercial buildings in the U.S. Indeed, the U.S. is ahead of much of the world as utilities install smart meters in their service areas. For much of the industry, the primary business drivers for deployment have been cost reduction and energy savings.
Advanced development of process gas chromatography
May 01, 2013
Current trends in the gas industry include fuel diversification from unconventional and renewable gas sources, global LNG trade and market liberalization. These trends have led to the introduction of new gas components and to greater variation of gas quality in the network. This represents both a challenge and an opportunity for gas quality analysis technology. Current advanced developments in established micro gas chromatography offer extended gas analyses over and above the primary energy measurement required for billing purposes.