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C3 Energy has announced the availability of three new smart grid analytics applications for utilities: C3 Asset & System Risk, C3 Customer Reliability & Safety, and C3 Grid Investment Planning.

According to the company, C3 Asset & System Risk allows utilities to track and monitor asset health in real time, as well as create workforce management orders to optimize inspection and maintenance schedules for at-risk assets.

C3 Energy says the analytics and business intelligence from C3 Customer Reliability & Safety enable operators and managers to understand the impact that actual and potential outages, asset failures and grid investments can have on their customer base.

C3 Grid Investment Planning provides utilities with an enterprise-wide framework to evaluate capital investment alternatives and strategically assess competing priorities, the company continues.

In addition, C3 Energy has announced C3 AMI Operations, enabling utilities to track the deployment status and operation of smart meters.

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