Chicago, Illinois -- Faced with aging transmission and distribution systems and limited O&M budgets, utilities are being pressed to maximize the lifespan of their current equipment while facing heavy scrutiny from both internal and external stakeholders. This conference will provide attendees with clear strategies for managing classifying and prioritizing the repair and replacement of their aging T&D systems. Focusing on real experiences from leading utilities, attendees will be equipped with tools to address problem components and justify their maintenance decisions to management, regulators, and external stakeholders.
Aging T&D Infrastructure Conference 2015
Faced with aging transmission and distribution systems and limited O&M budgets, utilities are being pressed to maximize the lifespan of their current equipment while facing heavy scrutiny from both internal and external stakeholders. This ...
Black & Veatch expert to address aging water and wastewater infrastructure, runoff and conveyance systems
Black & Veatch, a global leader in the design and construction of water and wastewater conveyance infrastructure, has named Lorne Emery as Systems Rehabilitation Leader within its water business. Based in Toronto, Emery will work with clients throughout North America as they plan and execute improvements to aging linear water infrastructure systems. Emery’s appointment comes as municipalities across North America are working to address stresses to their systems including changing populations and...
Kansas City’s Middle Blue River Green Infrastructure Receives Envision® Platinum Sustainable Infrastructure Award
Kansas City’s Middle Blue River Green Infrastructure projects, owned by KC Water, recently received the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Envision Platinum award. The Middle Blue River Green Infrastructure projects are the 20th overall sustainable infrastructure award from Envision. The Middle Blue River Green Infrastructure projects were designed to reduce combined sewer overflows and improve water quality in the region. The projects were developed in accordance with the U.S. Environmental...
Germany to Invest $23.6 Billion in Smart Grid Infrastructure Over Next 10 Years
September 29, 2016 --Germany is the largest market in Europe but has lagged behind its neighbors in deploying smart grid infrastructure in its power sector. This is now set to change after new regulations passed in July 2016. These regulations should spur a market that will include 44m smart meters by 2026 and a total of $23.6bn invested in smart grid infrastructure, according to anew studypublished recently by Northeast Group, LLC. "Germany is finally providing some clarity regarding its intentions for smart...
Innovyze Releases IWLive Pro to Support Wider Scope of Utility Decision Making
Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced the worldwide release of IWLive Pro. Designed as a multithreaded 64-bit application for Windows, IWLive Pro takes advantage of modern technology that allows users to accurately forecast water supply and distribution system hydraulics and water quality in real time, faster than ever before. With IWLive Pro, users can continuously update their network models with live operational data...
Innovyze Introduces InfoMaster LCCA: Comprehensive Economic Life Cycle Cost Analysis Helps Water Utilities Close Infrastructure Gap, Meet ASCE Grand Challenge
Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced the release of InfoMaster LCCA for developing a sound long-term, cost-efficient asset rehabilitation program based on a Life Cycle Cost Analysis that takes total ownership costs into account. Available as an extension to its industry-leading InfoMaster asset management software, InfoMaster LCCA dramatically expands the software’s powerful predictive analytics for enhanced...