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Large-Scale Data Study of Super Storm Sandy Utility Damage Shows “Small” Failures, Big Impact

May 9, 2016 - in Corporate, Energy, Maintenance

When Super Storm Sandy struck New York State in October 2012, the damage to the state’s electric utility infrastructure was devastating, overwhelming repair and restoration by the distribution system operators (DSOs). A new study shows the extent of the…

Bentley Introduces ContextCapture, Supporting Reality Modeling for Infrastructure Project Delivery and Asset Performance

November 3, 2015 - in Modeling, Products

LONDON—The Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference – 2 November 2015 – Bentley Systems, Incorporated, a leading global provider of comprehensive…

UC Riverside’s Sustainable Integrated Grid Initiative Aims to Develop Improved Energy Systems for the Future

May 18, 2014 - in Energy, Projects, Sensors

At 10 a.m. May 21st, the University of California, Riverside will host a ceremony open to the public to launch its Sustainable Integrated Grid Initiative.…

New York Utility Starts Three-Year Smart Grid Pilot

August 22, 2013 - in Electric Grid, Energy

Pearl River, N.Y.-based Orange and Rockland Utilities Inc. (O&R) has begun a three-year, $7.3 million smart grid pilot program. According to the company, the program is designed to improve overall electric system reliability for more than 25,000 O&R…

Smartcity Malaga Demonstrates Eco-Efficiency in Spain

July 4, 2013 - in Smart Cities

Smartcity Málaga is a project which defines the model for the eco-efficient cities of the future. It is a smartgrid pilot initiative which forms part of the European Union's 20-20-20 Plan, whereby Endesa and its customers are working together to reduce environmental…

The Disorderly Story of the Perfectly Orderly New York City Street Grid

April 6, 2013 - in Smart Cities

Manhattan was born free, but almost everywhere north of Houston Street, it is in chains. Such has been the argument of a long line of writers, critics, and ordinary New Yorkers who despise—with a vitriol nearly unique to debates about city planning—the…