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TITLE: Sempra Donates $2M for R&D on Plant-based Carbon-capture

Content: Newscast
Date: 11-16-2020

Clarion Content Directors give the latest headlines for electric utilities, power generation, renewable energy and more.

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POWERGEN+ Series

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POWERGEN+ Series: S1 Pushing the Power Generation Envelope | Ep 1 - The GRDA Story: Meeting the Challenges of Transitioning from Coal to Combined Cycle Gas-Fired Generation

Content: Webinar
Date: September 29, 2020
Overview: Many utilities are making the transition from coal-fired to gas generation, pushed by operational expense issues and environmental pressures. But what are the key drivers in making the jump and what is the actual journey like? How did Grand River Dam Authority make the energy transition and how is it working out?

 

 

POWERGEN+ - The GRDA Story: Meeting the Challenges of Transitioning from Coal to Combined Cycle Gas-Fired Generation

POWERGEN+ Series: S1 Pushing the Power Generation Envelope | Ep 2 - EPA-ACE Compliance Planning: A Utility Perspective and Study Experience

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 29, 2020
Overview: In this webinar, both a utility and a consultant perspective will be provided to discuss how EPA-ACE projects were managed on both sides of the fence. LG&E and KU and Vistra Energy will discuss their experiences with fleetwide EPA-ACE studies, and Black & Veatch will provide a perspective summarizing some of the most interesting heat rate improvement findings across more than 80 EPA-ACE projects that have undertaken since 2018.

POWERGEN+ - EPA-ACE Compliance Planning: A Utility Perspective and Study Experience

POWERGEN+ Series: S1 Pushing the Power Generation Envelope | Keynote 1; Day 1 - Storage Solutions for a Change in Power

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 29, 2020
Overview: The industry is undergoing an unprecedented change in power, facing a dual challenge of providing affordable, reliable energy while moving toward a zero-carbon grid. In this session, Mitsubishi Power Americas CEO Paul Browning will discuss where we are in this transition, and how we can move forward with one solution in particular: storing power.

 

POWERGEN+  - Keynote: Storage Solutions for a Change in Power

POWERGEN+ Series: S1 Pushing the Power Generation Envelope | Keynote 2; Day 1 - Strengthening Fossil Energy Power Generation for the 21st Century

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 29, 2020
Overview: Keynote speaker, Stephen Winberg, focused on the need and development of coal, gas-fired and nuclear energy in this webinar, as he believes these energy sources are vital to the U.S. power generation mix. Winberg is the Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy, and was appointed by President Trump in 2017.

 

 

POWERGEN+ - Keynote: Strengthening Fossil Energy Power Generation for the 21st Century

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POWERGEN+ Series: S1 Pushing the Power Generation Envelope | Ep 3 - The Georgia Power Microgrid for Atlanta Technology Square

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 30, 2020
Overview: Georgia Power and Georgia Tech University experts will highlight the new urban-setting microgrid connected to the utility’s high-density distribution and overhead feed networks. The microgrid design featuring fuel-cell, diesel and gas on-site power will be detailed, as well multiple challenges and successes in interconnection and interaction with customer electrical loads.

 

 

 

POWERGEN+ - The Georgia Power Microgrid for Atlanta Technology Square

 

POWERGEN+ Series: S1 Pushing the Power Generation Envelope | Ep 4 - Surviving the Storm - Resiliency, Backup and Balancing: Keeping the Lights on in the Most Demanding Times

Content: Webinar
Date: September 30, 2020
Overview: Mission-critical facilities like hospitals, rehab center and police stations don’t have the option for prolonged outages due to storms, so local or on-site power must be in place to bridge the gap in the event of a major electric transmission outages. Utilities, mission-critical end-use customers and the equipment providers can talk about how on-site power offers them versatility in the future. This webinar will explore how two utilities are using gas fired reciprocating engine technology to achieve these goals.

POWERGEN+ - Surviving the Storm- Resiliency, Backup and Balancing: Keeping the Lights on in the Most Demanding Times

POWERGEN+ Series: S1 Pushing the Power Generation Envelope | Keynote 1; Day 2 - Onsite Standby Power: Out of Site and Out of Mind, but Always Ready

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 30, 2020
Overview: In this webinar, keynote speaker, Kurt Summers, speaks on how emergency, stand-by gen-sets and engines provide grid resiliency and keep mission-critical services up and running even during destructive events such as storms. Summers is President of the Electrical Generating Systems Association.

 

 

 

 

POWERGEN+ - Keynote: Onsite Standby Power: Out of Site and Out of Mind, but Always Ready

DISTRIBUTECH+ Series

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DTECH+ Series: S1 Utility of the Future | Ep 1 - A Big-Picture Look at the Needs and Wants of Today's Energy Consumers in the US and Canada

Content: Webinar
Date: September 23, 2020
Overview: This session is designed to help industry stakeholders better understand today’s energy consumers – their perceptions, attitudes and needs – and develop programs and services to effectively meet these needs.

 

 

 

 

 

DTECH+ - A Big-Picture Look at the Needs and Wants of Today’s Energy Consumers in the US and Canada

DTECH+ Series: S1 Utility of the Future | Ep 2 - Innovative Solutions for Engaging Customers

 

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 23, 2020
Overview: Today, utility customers expect their utility to engage with them proactively through programs, apps, and other initiatives that turn passive customers into an active user. This session will highlight how one utility is approaching customer engagement today and also showcase how utilities can use data that they already have to increase engagement and better serve their customers.

DTECH+ - Innovative Solutions for Engaging Customers

 

DTECH+ Series: S1 Utility of the Future | Keynote 1; Day 2 - Driving Innovation for the Interconnected Utility

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 23, 2020
Overview: Utilities are aggressively pursuing the widely accepted three “D”s – digitalization, decentralization, and decarbonization. To enable this rapid energy system transition, industry stakeholders must expand the equation to include the two “I”s – innovation and interconnection.

 

 

 

DTECH+ - Keynote: Driving Innovation for the Interconnected Utility

DTECH+ Series: S1 Utility of the Future | Ep 3 - Carbon Reduction in an Uncertain World

 

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 24, 2020
Overview: The economic and social consequences of today’s uncertain world have impacted almost every aspect of utility operations, as customers struggle to pay bills. But climate change is still upon us. In this session Smart Electric Power Alliance’s Julia Hamm moderates a panel of utility executives to hear how they are approaching carbon reduction in an uncertain world.

 

DTECH+ - Carbon Reduction in an Uncertain World

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DTECH+ Series: S1 Utility of the Future | Ep 4 - Smart City Initiatives and their Partner Utilities

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 24, 2020
Overview: Across the world, city and utility planners are working together to make their regions safer, smarter, cleaner and easier to navigate. From sensors that monitor parking and foot traffic to smart led streetlights that talk to each other, these initiatives are slowly but surely changing the world. Hear from Smart City experts about how these partnerships evolve and how they could benefit a community near you.

 

 

DTECH+ - Smart City Initiatives and their Partner Utilities

DTECH+ Series: S1 Utility of the Future | Keynote 1; Day 2 - Sparking Change: The E-Mobility Revolution

Content: Webinar
Date: September 24, 2020
Overview: In 2010, there were under a thousand EVs on the road in N. America. By 2030 that number is expected to hit 20 million. Utilities must prepare now to ensure they are in a position to meet charging needs. Thor Hinckley, Sr. Program Manager at Forth, a nonprofit organization advocating for transportation electrification, will present a keynote speech detailing the various ways in which e-mobility is set to take off and how utilities can best prepare.

 

DTECH+ - Keynote: Sparking Change: The E-Mobility Revolution

 

Hydro+ Series

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Hydro+ Series Episode 1: Hydro Discovery Day: Focus on Generators - Course Overview
 

Content: Webinar
Date: July 14, 2020
Overview: The new 8-hour Hydro Discovery Day training program offered at HYDROVISION International takes a “deep dive” into generators.

This abbreviated course helps early and mid-career engineers learn to build their expertise as a generator engineer.



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Hydro+ Series Episode 2: Waterpower Hydro Basics - Course Overview


 

Content: Webinar
Date: July 14, 2020
Overview: The Waterpower Hydro Basics course by the Hydro Training Institute offers everything you need to know to get started in hydro.

This overview session will give attendees a solid foundation of basics and facts.






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Hydro+ Series Episode 3: Operations and Maintenance Major Overhauls - Panel
 

Content: Webinar
Date: July 15, 2020
Overview: This group will share experiences during major plant overhauls and highlight lessons learned during planning and execution.

Unique challenges, discoveries, repairs and innovations observed through to the completion of each project will be discussed.


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Hydro+ Series Episode 4: New Development: Your Guide to Small Hydro Development - Panel Discussion

Content: Webinar
Date: July 15, 2020
Overview: Small hydro development is integral to continued decarbonization and is expanding to different technologies and applications. Our panelists will explore partnering with indigenous groups, emerging technologies, financing options and various governmental support structures that are helping to spur small hydro development.

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Hydro+ Series Episode 5: Water and Environment: Midwest Environmental Issues - Panel Discussion

Content: Webinar
Date: July 16, 2020
Overview: With a large number of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission relicensings coming up in the Midwest of the U.S. in the next few years, owners will be busy working through any number of environmental issues. Many of these issues are common, while some are unique to the Midwest. Our panelists will share their Midwest experiences with resolving environmental issues during relicensing and may even offer solutions to yours during an extended Q&A brainstorming session.

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Hydro+ Series Episode 6: Civil Works and Dam Safety: Government Regulation Post-Incident

Content: Webinar
Date: July 16, 2020
Overview: How do government agencies react and respond to regulating dam safety after major incidents?

What best practices are being put forward?

In this moderated discussion of several technical papers, experts from around the world will share their thoughts and experiences.
 

 


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Hydro+ Series Episode 7: Equipment and Technology: Updating Aging Systems

Content: Webinar
Date: September 9, 2020
Overview: With many hydroelectric plants worldwide being 50 or more years old, aging of equipment is an ongoing concern. And many hydro project owners have developed unique approaches to solve their problems. During this educational webcast, two technical papers will be presented, focused on the theme of updating aging systems.

 

 

Hydro Series 7- Equip and Tech

Latest Content

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Securing the Industrial Control Systems Network in the Modern Digital Substation

Content: Webinar
Date: September 14, 2020
Overview: Most would agree the need for cybersecurity is real and growing. Trends like IIoT, Big Data and Digitalization continue to open the electric utility industry to more possibilities, more efficiency, but also more risk.

In this webinar, we will explain how cybersecurity is about more than technology and why securing the Industrial Control System of your substation is so important. 

Securing the Industrial Control Systems Network

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Smarter Decisions: Future-Proofing Your Technology Modernization

 

Content: Webinar
Date: September 11, 2020
Overview: For many utilities, technology and infrastructure solutions are at, or are reaching, end of life status. And while you are facing siloed business solutions and challenging communication processes,  modernization and adaption is also expected.

This webinar explains that it is possible for all of these processes to operate in a single platform.

 

Smarter Decisions: Proofing Your Tech

The Future of Pumped Storage, the Ultimate Integrator

 

Content: Webinar
Date: August 6, 2020
Overview: Representatives of companies that own, support or are developing pumped storage plants globally will provide their perspectives on this important topic – and its future.

 

 

 

 

 

The Future of Pumped Storage

 

14 Reasons Utilities Should Consider Private Broadband Deployment

Content: Webinar
Date: July 30, 2020
Overview: This webinar will discuss a proposal by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which aims to modernize the 900 MHz spectrum band so utilities can deploy private, secure LTE networks across their infrastructure to enhance grid cybersecurity and modernize the aging power grid.

 

 

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Workshop: Boom Design for Safety, Debris and Security

 

Content: Webinar
Date: July 21, 2020
Overview: In this presentation, David Bonin will discuss past boom failures and lessons learned to advance industry understanding of boom design; Jim Miller will discuss how to learn from and prevent reoccurrence of events by information sharing and Andy Peters will provide a site specific example of boom design.

 

 

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How is Voith Reading the Path Intelligent Asset Management with OnCare.Asset

Content: Webinar
Date: July 9, 2020
Overview: Digital hydropower experts will discuss current challenges and development in the asset management of hydropower plants, to increase system availability while substantially reducing maintenance and operating costs.

 

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EPC Best Practices during Covid-19 and Beyond
 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: June 26, 2020
Overview: EPC Best Practices: Those energy project leaders involved with Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) practices are dealing with a myriad of issues brought on by the coronavirus: Schedule delays, workplace distancing issues, supply chain impacts and new ways of writing contracts.

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Unlocking New Revenue & Stabilizing Electric Grids with Energy Storage

 

Content: Webinar
Date: June 9, 2020
Overview: Watch ABB’s industry experts John Glassmire and Stanislav Cherevatskiy have an online discussion on BESS. The webinar focused on high-value services such as virtual synchronous generator, black start and virtual inertia, among others.

 

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Civil Infrastructure Repair & Renewal Strategies


 

Content: Webinar
Date: June 3, 2020
Overview: STRUCTURAL TECHNOLOGIES and Ballard Marine Construction are teaming to provide a virtual workshop on inspection, repair and maintenance of civil infrastructure assets. Attendees will learn valuable information on best practices for condition assessment and repair of both aboveground and underwater structures.

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Create Digital As-Builts with High-Accuracy GPS Using Electric Utility Construction Crews

Content: Webinar
Date: June 2, 2020
Overview: This webinar presented how VPI quickly configured and deployed LocusView’s digital as-building solution to its construction crews who were collecting data within 4 hours of in-field training. VPI now regularly collects digital as-built data with a mobile application and high-accuracy GPS providing improved construction efficiency, real-time construction oversight and optimized project costs.

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Workshop: Designing Booms and Structures in Forebays of Dams

 

Content: Webinar
Date: May 19, 2020
Overview: This workshop helps dam owners and operators understand key components of the design and engineering of booms and structures that will lead to: Reduced operation and maintenance costs, Increased efficiency, extended service life, reduced procurement, installation and construction costs, Better understanding of the engineering, design, location and anchoring factors involved.

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Managing Your Work Force During a Pandemic

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: May 13, 2020
Overview: In this webcast, electric utility leaders spoke about the challenges of ensuring the health of their essential workers while also keeping their operations running smoothly, during the COVID-19 pandemic. They discussed what has worked, as well as what adjustments were necessary.


 


 

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Digital Twins: Why Every Utility Should Take Note

 

 

Content: Webinar
Date: April 22, 2020
Overview: Grid modernization and technological advancement are not mutually exclusive efforts. To become a data-driven grid operator, utilities must advance digitally and that is a continuous process. The need to reduce and even eliminate discipline and data silos is reaching a critical mass.


 

 

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Continuing the Conversation: Hydropower and COVID-19
 

Content: Webinar
Date: April 16, 2020
Overview: Due to the overwhelming response to an earlier webcast on this topic that featured speakers from Hydro Tasmania, Seattle City Light and the Tennessee Valley Authority and many questions from attendees, we continued the discussion with additional hydro project owners and operators worldwide.



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How Utilities Globally Are Keeping Plants and Personnel Safe

Content: Webinar
Date: April 2, 2020
Overview: COVID-19 has brought significant uncertainty to our world. Hydroelectric power and other electric-generating facilities are considered critical infrastructure, even more so with the vital need to keep electricity flowing to hospitals, other business and homes.




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Describing Trends in the Energy Industry

 

Content: Interview
Date: February 2020
Content: Josh Wong, president and CEO of Opus One Solutions and Clarion Energy vice president of global content Teresa Hansen.









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Grid Modernization: A Simplified Path to Distribution Optimization

Content: Webinar
Date: January 29, 2020
Overview: Reducing costs and support for Volt/VAR and non-wires alternatives (NWA) programs drive utilities towards visibility of network conditions and optimal operations. Distribution Optimization - This webinar displayed how easy it can be to get accurate, comprehensive circuit profiles for planning activities with the right tools and technology.

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Recovering From Major Disasters and Unplanned Outages
 

Content: Webinar
Date: January 28, 2020
Overview: Learn how advanced mobile workforce management technologies can improve outage restoration times by 10% or higher, and the benefits of adding an event management solution for use in minor/single outages and major events by watching this session.
 

 

 

 

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Utility Cloud Journey: Security & Business Case Foundation
 

Content: Webinar
Date: January 28, 2020
Overview: Many Utilities are reconsidering historic approaches to IT and OT systems management to confront business challenges. “Digitalization, decentralization, decarbonization and democratization (4D) mega forces continue to drive challenges and opportunities in the global utility sector.” This webcast unpacks utility's mission to provide secure, reliable, affordable service to consumers regardless of forced change.

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The Role of Microgrids in Our Rapidly Changing Energy Landscape

Content: Webinar
Date: January 28, 2020
Overview: This webinar explored the role microgrids and decentralized energy solutions can play in tackling these global challenges and how they can support businesses, utilities and governments to more effectively manage their energy needs.

 

 

 

 

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Harness the Power of Private LTE Networks for Utilities
 

Content: Webinar
Date: January 22, 2020
Overview: This webinar discussed: Current and future trends for private LTE networks; why utilities need to advance their communication technologies; the roadmap for deploying and operating a private network and recommendations for working with the right solution partners.

 




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