Monthly Archives: October 2015

Electric Utilities Preparing for Grid of the Future

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Distributed energy resources are among the biggest opportunities for utilities in coming years (see Utility Dive’s 2015 State of the Electric Utility survey). Delivering on the opportunity requires utilities to rethink the traditional … Continue reading

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Gas Pipeline Proposals Abound in the European Market

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Last April as Europe was reeling from the political instability of the Ukraine and annexation of Crimea to Russia, we wrote in a blog post that “gas pipeline projects are already responding to the events in … Continue reading

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A Visual Look at the Electric and Natural Gas Delivery Systems

Natural gas and electricity take long and complex journeys from their original sources to their final end-use consumers. Understanding the various stages of each journey — commonly known as the delivery system — is important for those who work in the … Continue reading

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