Transmission

Opportunities for Smart Grid Infrastructure Investment in Emerging Markets

Utilities across the world are in the process of modernizing their assets, including significant investment in smart grid infrastructure. This includes smart metering, or advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), distribution automation and other advancements in transmission and distribution infrastructure that leverage two-way communications and sensors. To-date, the majority of smart grid deployments have taken place in North America and Western Europe. However, over the course of the next decade, investment is shifting to emerging market countries.

Success Story: Black Sea Energy Regulators and Transmission System Operators Adopt Mutual Collaboration Value Proposition

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Pakistan Studies US Electricity Market Operation Best Practices

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JANUARY 2015 – The U.S. Energy Association organized an executive exchange for eight senior managers from Pakistan’s National Transmission Despatch Company (NTDC) to review best practices in electricity market operations, as well as renewable energy integration, with their U.S. counterparts.  

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The Atlantic Wind Connection

The Atlantic Wind Connection is an offshore, undersea transmission line that will span the mid-Atlantic region, beginning in northern New Jersey and eventually extending to southern Virginia. The transmission line will connect wind farms that are built in the federally-designated “Wind Energy Areas,” at least ten miles off the coast. Bob Mitchell, CEO of the Atlantic Wind Connection and Trans-Elect, and Pierre Bernard, Managing Partner of Bernard EnergyAdvocacy, will provide an overview of the project and its significance for the future of East Coast electricity transmission.

Southeast Europe Regional Electricity Transmission: Update - 2013

Transmission system operators from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey for an overview of the Southeast Europe electric power industry and the current developments of the long running USAID / USEA Southeast Europe Cooperation Initiative Transmission System Planning Project (SECI) Working Group.

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