Optimizing Grid Performance through Intelligent Automation

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Nov 15, 2010

Summary: With increasing demand and rising pressures for more reliable and efficient grid operations, more and more utilities are taking a hard look at how to optimize grid performance. Listen, as Brad VerMeer, head of Black & Veatch’s Utility Automation business and Dick Wernsing, PSE&G’s expert on Reliability Centered Maintenance explore methods for enhancing performance through the implementation of intelligent automation solutions. Topics discussed include the benefits of using utility automation to improve asset management and techniques for collecting data from both transmission and distribution systems to empower more sophisticated decision-making.

Speakers: Brad VerMeer, Director of Utility Automation, Black & Veatch and Dick Wernsing, Reliability, Centered Maintenance Expert, Public Service Electric & Gas of New Jersey.


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