Building a Smarter Grid: Managing Assets to Improve Utility Decision Making

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Oct 30, 2009

Sponsored by ABB

Utilities are looking for ways to extract more value from existing grid infrastructure. This podcast, hosted by Greg Scheu, ABB Head of Power Products in North America, looks at managing the overall assets of the T&D operation, and examines the information required to operate/maintain those assets. This includes the technology behind ‘intelligent sensing,’ both on bulk power systems and on individual devices. Related to this is the important but sometimes overlooked aspect of integrated Services for the Smart Grid, which can greatly impact the bottom line.

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Greg Scheu, President and Head of Power Products division, North America, for ABB Inc.


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