During our recent event, The Utility Analytics Institute invited Laurie Bassi, CEO of McBassi & Company to speak on the Session Topic: The Role of Human Capital Analytics for Utilities. The following article is an interview John conducted with Laurie on her perceptions on the topic. ...more
What’s New with UAI Working Groups?
The following article is a member review by Rocky King, Distribution Management Systems at Georgia Power, on Session 801: "What's New with UAI Working Groups?" ...more
How APS is Using Analytics to Deliver Value
As mentioned in last week's Utility Analytics Weekly we let you know that members of the Institute would be providing some insight into some of the sessions they attended. The following article is a member review by Fred Sterle, Enterprise Architecture team with responsibility for BI at Kansas City Power & Light, on Session 601: "How APS is Using Analytics to Deliver Value". ...more
Aside from helping utilities to keep the lights on longer, data analytics are enabling utilities to offer all kinds of new services to their customers, many in the area of energy conservation. ...more
The data analytics movement...
We recently conducted an interview with Jim Linn, Managing Director for Information Technology at the American Gas Association. Find out more about his take on the data analytics movement. ...more
Fixing Revenue Leaks from Non-Technical Losses
Last week was the Utility Analytics Institute's 4th Annual Summit event in Phoenix, Arizona. Over the next few weeks, we will be releasing articles written by some of the members of the Utility Analytics Institute. This week we are featuring an article by one of our members and sponsors of the event, Vertex. ...more
This week the Utility Analytics Institute takes it on the road with a little help from our Host Utilities: Salt River Project and Arizona Public Service ...more
The utility industry is in the early stages of leveraging data analytics. Stephen Callahan, Vice President of Global Strategy and Solutions at IBM for the energy and utilities vertical said “The spectrum of utility analytics maturity ranges from those that are lagging behind to some that are quite aggressive – largely dependent on the degree of competition in the business environment. ...more
The Executive Advisory Council (EAC) of the Utility Analytics Institute consists of leaders from member utilities and acts as UAI’s Board of Directors. One such member is Mallik Angalakudati, Vice President, Finance and Resource Management, PG&E Gas Operations. ...more
You may or not may not be aware that the Utility Analytics Institute has a community platform and forum. This forum provides a great way to ask questions, post comments, share resources and collaborate with other analytics folks in the industry. ...more