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Where Will Utilities Turn to Make Margin?

Posted by The Brain on Jan 14, 2020 10:22:21 AM

Costs balloon in a heavily regulated space

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Topics: Utilities, Safety Management, Safety Newsletter

The Utility Wildfire Risk Explained

Posted by The Brain on Dec 4, 2019 10:43:40 AM

The wildland and urban interface as key to the utility wildfire risk

Home to the 2018 Camp Fire, Butte County, California, located as it is in the Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI), is increasingly representative of the type of  transitional area between unoccupied land and human development that’s increasingly become the site of heightened utility wildfire risk. 

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Topics: Risk Management, Utilities

Join Noggin at Utility Week Live in Birmingham, UK!

Posted by The Brain on May 15, 2019 5:55:26 AM

Today, the only constant in the U.K.’s utilities market is profound change. The reason: from digital-first entrants to new customer demands to unheard of advances in analytics, disruption in this key sector is here to stay.

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Topics: Utilities, Conferences & Events

Key Service Challenges Utilities Face when Managing Customer Outages

Posted by The Brain on Mar 15, 2019 2:04:27 AM


For utilities, whether incumbents or newcomers, the ground is shifting – shifting fast. Customer engagement is at an all-time high, owing to a combination of factors: new technology, shifts in public policy, and just, pure economics. 

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Topics: Utilities

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