Webinar Highlights Tools to Mitigate Severe Weather Risk for Utilities

March 15, 2017 by Renny Vandewege
Topics:   WeatherOps | Live Events | Oil & Gas | Utilities | Thunderstorm |

Spring severe weather can bring major disruptions and threats to Utilities and their customers. Tornadoes, lightning, and damaging wind all bring respective threats that could danger field workers, cause power outages to consumers, and create substantial weather interruptions for business.

WeatherOps is excited to present a severe weather outlook webinar on March 16: Reduce Your Weather Risk This Spring

In this webinar, we’ll provide an exclusive severe weather outlook presented by Stephen Strum, VP of Extended Forecast Services at WDT. Stephen will highlight this season’s severe weather potential and whether or not you can expect a busy spring severe weather season. 

Utilities Repair Power After Severe Weather

Additionally, Weather Solutions Expert, Andrew Thut, will highlight the many tools of WeatherOps Commander to help prepare and respond to severe weather threats locally.

Among the use cases WeatherOps provides to Utility customers:

  • Safety tools - such as lightning and severe weather alerting via our mobile app - for field workers
  • Different ways WeatherOps can save money by improving restoration times
  • High-Resolution Radar via RadarScope in WeatherOps Commander for real-time storm tracking in your operations or dispatch center
  • Unique historical tools, such as Archive Lightning Reports and TornadoTrax, to pinpoint locations where damage may have occurred to infrastructure
  • Accurate Forecasts for staging your crews prior to a local severe weather event

Join us, March 16 at 1 PM CDT for this exclusive severe weather forecast and let us show you all the ways WeatherOps Commander can prepare you for this severe weather season! 

Free Webinar - Spring 2017 Severe Weather Outlook

Renny Vandewege

Renny Vandewege serves as Senior Vice President of Business Development at WDT, overseeing the overall growth of WDT’s customer base and markets globally. He has been a leader in the weather industry for over 13 years, with a focus on growth of revenue and programs in broadcasting, academia, and the private weather industry. Renny is passionate about providing customers with a high return on investment through providing superior products, consultation, and support using WDT’s weather risk communication tools and weather analytics. His background includes: business development, product management, coaching, teaching, on-air broadcasting, strategic planning, metrics and analytics, and team building.