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A model-centric approach allows utilities to analyze more data than ever before

A mounting problem for utilities is the increasing amount of data produced by smart grid devices like Automated Meter Infrastructure and Radar Weather Data. These technologies are generating terabyte sized data sets, which utilities are struggling to, or failing to, analyze.  220 more words

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Inland area still seeing jobs created

There were more than 34,000 Inland Empire residents collecting paychecks in August than there were 12 months ago, according to the monthly report released about two hours ago by the state Employment Development Department. 314 more words

Economy

Carnegie project selects GSE alumnus Ryan Palmer

GSE Doctoral alumnus Ryan Palmer, ’13, has won the 2014 Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) Dissertation in Practice Award. He is a graduate of the GSE… 336 more words

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8th April 2013 - Hermeneutics

EdD First year – our first presentation, this was the beginning of Community of Practice (COP) and building relationships with ‘Critical Friends’.

Digital Media

EDD president discusses the smart grid at Greentech Media Soft Grid Conference

John Federowicz, president of Electrical Distribution Design, spoke with a group of industry professionals during the “Resource Planning in the Age of the Soft Grid: Targeted Investment in EE and DERs” panel session at the third Greentech Media Soft Grid conference at the Stanford Research Institute in Melo Park, California on Sept. 948 more words

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PV interconnection studies help utilities deal with the growth of solar generation

Photovoltaic (PV) solar systems are one of the fastest-growing energy sources being integrated into the utility distribution system. According to Clean Technica, solar energy capacity in the United States grew 418 percent from 2010-2014. 638 more words

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