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Terry Wildman, Editor-in-Chief
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We are in discussion with Stéphan Lelaidier, Chief Engineer for Grid Solutions Business, a GE and Alstom joint venture.
Dr. Farrokh Albuyeh
The distribution grid in the United States is aging and dates back to the early days of the 20th century.
From Research to Action | How to talk about utility standards and methodologies at your next barbecue
Standards and methodologies. Bring up these topics at your next barbecue and your guests may quickly find reasons to leave early or drink heavily.
Following the Western Energy Crisis of 2000 and the Major East Coast Blackout of 2003, a group of engineers in California got together to design a new type of bare overhead conductor that could carry twice the current of a conventional conductor without exhibiting excessive conductor sag.
John D. McDonald
The many benefits of distribution automation (DA) - visibility, fault detection and isolation, energy efficiency, and asset management - are creating a “second wave” of smart grid investments and integrations, following the widespread adoption of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI).
Every week, Eversource Energy plans approximately 40,000 hours of work for 410 crews across 40 work centers serving 3.4 million customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.
Jennifer L. Gannon
Geomagnetic disturbances (GMDs), often called geomagnetic storms, and geomagnetically induced currents (GICs), are gaining recognition as a threat to the bulk power system.
Power utilities worldwide are exploring or actively engaged in efforts to make their grids smarter through projects such as substation automation, distribution automation and advanced metering infrastructure.
Gary L. Ockwell
Utility and public interest in renewable integration within distribution networks has rapidly risen in popularity.
Ron Reed, MBA, PMP
New microgrid installations, along with related growth trends in wind, solar, and energy storage, have been given a great deal of attention recently.
Traditional operational limits of a transmission line are established through “static” transmission line rating methodologies.
Executives see the utility industry rapidly changing.
A comprehensive smart grid is now available, and the Ontario Ministry of Energy may be leading this important initiative.
Smart grids are bringing new possibilities to how we manage energy.
Over the course of its approximately 100-year history, the effort now known as the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) has changed its form and procedures to keep up with industry developments.
Guest Editorial | Quality LED Neighborhood Lighting Improvements offer Reduced Maintenance and Efficiency Incentives for Co-op
The need for an economical, low-maintenance, dark-sky friendly neighborhood lighting solution was apparent to Jim Anderson, Tanner Electric's Manager of Operations and Engineering.