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DistribuTECH is the leading annual smart grid event and there’s never been a better time to establish a presence in this market. Don’t miss your chance to connect with influential decision makers. Encompassing automation and control systems, IT, T&D engineering, power delivery equipment and water utility technology, DistribuTECH is the only event you’ll need to exhibit at in 2015.
From a dedicated conference track, to countless additional conference sessions, Utility University courses, breakfast roundtables, a networking reception, and water-focused exhibiting companies, DistribuTECH has more to offer water industry professionals than ever before.
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When severe weather causes power outages, identifying and clearing downed wires and other hazardous situations, along with an initial assessment of the damage, is a priority
General Electric signed a deal to help Georgia Power, a unit of Southern Co., deliver more reliable power to its 2.4 million customers across the state
S&C will make a $3 million investment to expand its operations in the state by creating a new manufacturing facility for the TripSaver II
In the two years since the storm, PSE&G, which serves nearly three-quarters of New Jersey's population, continues to make improvements to its infrastructure
Con Edison has installed Landis+Gyr's L510 load control switches at 50 single-family homes as part of a pilot program
Advocates say the investment pays off over time and is worth it for the thrill of fossil fuel-free driving
Utility crews worked Sunday to restore electricity to thousands of residents in the Pacific Northwest after a windstorm downed trees, knocked out power lines and blocked roads
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