Despite spending $10 billion (U.S.) annually on vegetation management, vegetation-related damages from wildfires, storms and outages have continued to grow, and regulators are under increasing pressure from the public to ensure that utilities deliver improved performance and controlled costs.
This has put the industry is at a crossroads. Now is the time to address the growing risks associated with vegetation management by ensuring that utilities are using data-driven approaches and new technologies like GPS, LiDAR, satellite, and AI to maintian their systems.
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Tulane University Law School UVMI