Leveraging Singularity University’s Smart City Accelerator to Accelerate Our Impact

In June 2016, the City of Columbus (Ohio) won the U.S. Department of Transportation’s $40 Million Smart City Challenge and has raised more than $100M in additional funding and sponsorships to continue smart city innovation!


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Unveiling GridCure’s Climate Page

We believe climate change is an important issue to tackle. In our blogpost ‘Five Ways GridCure Can Make a Global Impact’, we highlighted some of the ways GridCure can help fight climate change.


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Advisor Spotlight: Jeff Downton

I thought it might be a good opportunity to introduce myself as one of GridCure's longtime advisors. My name is Jeff Downton, and I help the team work on big data and distributed processing problems here at GridCure.


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Team Spotlight: Brian McKean

I am a backend developer. This requires a wide range of work at GridCure, as is probably typical of many startups. I work on databases, REST APIs, data management, performance tuning, as well as software and system architecture.


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5 Reasons Utilities Should Embrace SaaS Technologies

Until recently, when utility teams were faced with a problem, they were often limited to one of two remedies: (1) building their own solutions internally, or (2) outsourcing the problem to a 3rd party consulting group.


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Paper: The Innovation of Jordan’s Grid

Last year during Power Generation Week, GridCure had the honor of presenting our paper, The Innovation of Jordan’s Grid - The Macroeconomic Impact of a Distributed and Renewable Energy Strategy and the Analytics that Drive It, at the Renewable Energy World Conference.


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Founder Honored by UBC

GridCure’s founder, Tagg Jefferson, was honoured (with the extra ‘u’ for Canadian spelling!) last week at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Applied Science Celebration with the Dean’s Medal of Distinction.


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Solving Smart Grid ‘Blinks’ in the Blink of an Eye

We understand Co-ops. We understand that everyone counts on you, as an operator of the network, to keep the lights on.


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Blink Data as a Window into Network Health

Because smart meters are attached to homes and businesses, the most obvious usage of the data that they collect is understanding customer power usage trends.


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