Nikki Chandler

Nikki Chandler, Online Editor,
Transmission & Distribution World Magazine

Nikki Chandler has been online editor at Transmission & Distribution World magazine for seven years, writing and compiling e-newsletters for the power delivery industry as well as contributing editorial support for the magazine. Before working with T&D World, Nikki was managing editor of Mobile Radio Technology and RF Design magazines, business-to-business communications publications. She has contributed to several publications over the past 15 years, including Waste Age, Wireless Review, Power Electronics Technology, and Arkansas Times. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.S. in journalism from the University of Kansas.

The New Utility Business Model After the Renewables 'Rush' 2
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'California Renewables Rush' from the Regulators' Perspective
The Energy Times' California Renewables Rush conference brought together ranking representatives from regulatory agencies as well as utilities and technology.
It's in the Vault: Reliability + Storage
A tour of the S&C Electric Smart Grid Demonstration Center in Chicago, featured as part of The Energy Times' 'Empowering Customers & Cities' event.
Collaboration and Inspiration at 'Empowering Customer & Cities' Event
An impressive line-up of energy leaders from utilities, government, and academia gathered in Chicago for "The Energy Times" summit.
The Social Network at 'Empowering Customers & Cities'
Images from the opening reception of The Energy Times' inaugural Empowering Customers & Cities summit in Chicago.
Consumers Still Have Options After Google, Microsoft Discontinue Energy Managers
Opening up opportunities for smaller market players, Microsoft and Google pulled the plug on their home energy monitoring programs last month.
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Checking into the Hancock Hilton does not consist of giving your baggage to a bellhop and presenting a credit card for the room and incidentals. When
Litigation in T&D
Utility lawsuits have traditionally involved injury situations where accidents occurred on utility property, but today most lawsuits involve utilities
Missionaries for Safety
Carrying the message of safety, reliability and quality of service to linemen and other utility employees in South America, PSEG Global managers have

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