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Affordability, Reliability and Safety Can Coexist in the Modern Utility

Scott Woodbury, Engagement Manager at BRIDGE Energy Group, shares highlights work from PG&E’s Substation Automation team as they seek to deliver unprecedented visibility for their grid operation through a portfolio of initiatives to develop and deploy operational data monitoring dashboards, geospatial visualizations and analytic tools while enabling them to continue to provide safe, reliable, and affordable service.

Tailoring IoT Architecture for Utilities

In an interview with Metering & Smart Energy International, Roy Pratt, chief architect and technology strategist at BRIDGE Energy Group, shares his insight into taking an architectural approach to the design and implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in utilities and why it’s critical to their future success.

GTM’s New York Rev Future 2017

Sandy Simon, VP, Grid Modernization Practice  at BRIDGE Energy Group joins thought-leaders panel at GTM’s New York Rev Future 2017 held on 26-27 Sep 2017 at the New York Marriot at the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY Crowdsourced Market […]

Beyond the Malware Malaise

BRIDGE’s Richard Jones, VP, Security discusses changing nature of cyber-attacks and how utilities can develop a programmatic approach to reduce risk.

Out of the Darkness and Into the Light

BRIDGE Principal Consultant, Jim Finch offers a case study on how BRIDGE enabled APS to speed response times and improve reliability with a modern visualization solution – in the latest issue of POWERGRID International.

BRIDGE Energy Group Names Hugo van Nispen as New CEO

Industry Leader Takes Helm at Fast Growing Utility Industry Services Company NEWTON, MA – February 28, 2017 – BRIDGE Energy Group, the leading consulting and systems integration company focused on […]

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Data Points

Faced with information in multiple locations and a number of different work groups involved in monitoring, maintaining and reporting on FLISR, Scott Grafelman discusses how utilities are beginning to leverage visualizations to streamline the process and ensure the FLISR technology will operate as designed during an outage event, delivering the reliability benefits the utility is seeking.

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