Tag: Avista


22

Mar 2019

Six Key Insights About Getting Value from AMI Data

By Erik Gilbert, Director, Navigant As AMI rolls out, how do utilities find operational insights in a surging river of data? This was the key question in one exciting session at the GridFWD 2018 conference held last October in Vancouver. The conference featured plenary talks from BC Hydro and Portland General Electric, as well as an Efficient Grid Operations track comprising four deep dive sessions...

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Six Key Insights About Getting Value from AMI Data

15

Jan 2019

Avista and Duke Energy Join Forces for Open Energy Solutions: Comments from Curt Kirkeby

Avista Development, a subsidiary of Avista Corp and Duke Energy announced a joint investment in Open Energy Solutions Inc. (OES) to develop open source software for grid edge technology solutions. This marks the first time multiple utilities have collaborated to create open source software, spurring innovation and creating a new market for this technology. For an insider’s perspective, we reached out for comment to Curt...

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Avista and Duke Energy Join Forces for Open Energy Solutions: Comments from Curt Kirkeby

14

Sep 2017

Stacking Value for Energy Storage: Finding the Opportunities for the Northwest

By Linda Barney The Pacific Northwest has arrived at a situation that requires consideration of expanded grid assets that provide more flexibility to improve system reliability and overall economic efficiency of existing assets. Efficient energy storage is often listed as the missing element in the energy stack. But this is changing as a variety of energy storage solutions are being developed. According to a 2016...

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Stacking Value for Energy Storage: Finding the Opportunities for the Northwest

26

Jul 2017

Utilities In the Middle – Building Connections for Transactive Energy

At the Transactive Energy Systems Conference in Portland this June, over 130 representatives of government, industry, utilities and academia gathered to share the latest ideas and results in transactive energy (TE). The takeaway: we’re seeing significant early promise in TE, but there is still a lot of work to be done on establishing value and business models. By introducing market-based micro-transactions between energy suppliers and users,...

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Utilities In the Middle – Building Connections for Transactive Energy

23

Jun 2017

Business Models & Blockchains: Update from the TES Conference

The 4th International Transactive Energy Systems Conference just took place on June 13-15, 2017. Over 100 experts from the region, across the country and even overseas gathered in in Portland, Oregon to share in the progress, challenges and next steps for the future smart grid full of DERs and prosumers. Smart Grid Northwest helped produce the conference, working closely with GridWise Architecture Council. The first...

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Business Models & Blockchains: Update from the TES Conference