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Electric Perspectives TV brings you interviews with a diverse group of industry leaders, speaking on a broad range of topics. All files are in Microsoft WMV format.
Technology for data management, with Henry Bailey, North America utilities principal at SAP. [See also “Models of Efficiency” in July/August 2007 issue.]
Outsourcing, with Richard Charles, senior vice president of business development at Alliance Data Systems. [See also “New Tools for Old Issues” in the March/April 2007 Electric Perspectives.]
Renewables and portfolio standards, with Anthony Damiano, manager of power research at Wood Mackenzie.
Making reliability work, with José M. Delgado, president and CEO of American Transmission Company. [See his article, “A Strong ERO” in the January/February 2007 Electric Perspectives.]
How do we build new generation? with Anthony F. Earley, Jr., chairman and CEO of DTE Energy Company.
Capital expenditures, with Thomas J. Flaherty, senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton. [See also “Investing in America’s Electric Future” in the May/June 2007 Electric Perspectives.]
Construction constraints, with William Kemp, managing director at Black & Veatch. [See also “Russian Power Surge”
in the July/August 2007 Electric Perspectives.]
Energy efficiency business models, with Diane Munns, executive director of retail energy services at Edison Electric Institute. [See her article “Models of Efficiency” in the July/August 2007 Electric Perspectives.]
Integrated resource planning, with Elliot Roseman, vice president at ICF International. [See his article “A Tough Puzzle” in the July/August 2007 Electric Perspectives.]
The skill sets for plant construction, Richard J. Rudden, senior vice president of Black & Veatch’s Enterprise Management Solutions. [See his article “Into the Wind” in the May/June 2007 Electric Perspectives.]
Replacing aging infrastructure, with Randy Schrieber, senior vice president and general manager at ABB. [See also “Growing Older” in the September/October 2004 Electric Perspectives.]
Developing the smart grid, with Louis Szablya, executive vice president at Gridpoint. [See also “Models of Efficiency” in the July/August 2007 Electric Perspectives.]