This Week In Utilities: November 3, 2017
Welcome back to #TWIU. Every Friday, we round up the week’s best reads and most notable events occurring within the utilities and energy industries. Here’s what you may have missed this week:
In previous weeks, we’ve shared articles from writers that highlight the opportunities that electric vehicles create for utilities. This article illustrates even more reasons why an acceleration in adoption may be sooner that we think.
The mysterious contractor Whitefish is back in the news. Tap the link to get caught up on the shallow history of Whitefish and Puerto Rico, and what’s happening now.
Lineman from the Jacksonville Electric Authority are still working tirelessly to help restore power back to those affected by hurricanes. Read the crew’s “diary” available 24/7 on the JEA website.
Writer Carol Borzowski profiles our CEO for a feature in Daily Energy Magazine. Connect with Glen on Twitter at @GlenBertini.
New on T&D World’s Hurricane Blog: A first hand account from a Novinium team member recounting her time aiding those affected by Hurricane Irma with her crew.
Even as the electric utilities industry continues to work through the implications of renewable generation, executives are already grappling with the next big thing: energy storage.
Every month, Glen Bertini pens the Novinium News, a personal letter written for Novinium shareholder. employees and friends of the company. Catch the latest edition live on our blog.
EVENTS: ECNE Fall Conference, Minnesota Power Systems Conference (MIPSYCON), and FMEA
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