Nicole began her career with Duke Energy in 2008 as a Senior Engineer in the Relay Construction group. Since 2010 she has been working as a Lead Engineer in the Transmission Asset Management department as part of the System Intelligence group. She is responsible for leading the Transmission Health and Risk Management (HRM) initiative, establishing analytic methods and tools for the evaluation of asset health and system risk, optimizing maintenance programs, and turning asset and system data into actionable insights supporting the overall health and reliability of the Duke Transmission Grid. Nicole has a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University.
October 26, 2018
9:45 - 10:30
Nicole Kurant of Duke Energy discusses how Health & Risk Management (HRM) strategies and analytical capabilities are being used to manage the cradle to grave lifecycle of transmission assets. Duke Energy uses a combination of custom-developed analytics and best-of-breed solutions from C3 IoT on AWS, to implement efficient condition-based maintenance and get high availability from … Continued