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The Journey to a Smart Grid: Funding and New Technology Make It Possible
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With the U.S. government funneling billions of dollars into new grid infrastructure, and private companies rolling out new systems to mitigate outages and developing artificial intelligence that can predict with…


GA and LLNL Announce Partnership to Advance Power and Exhaust Handling in Fusion Pilot Plants
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Public-private partnership funded by U.S. Department of Energy to advance capabilities using machine learning San Diego, Jan. 20 – General Atomics (GA) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have been…


Risk Mitigation: An Essential Prerequisite for Inflation Reduction Act Funding

The groundbreaking Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) will put hundreds of billions of dollars toward renewables. As the most comprehensive energy policy in recent years, the IRA is already having a…


Updates on Five Big Nuclear Energy Developments POWER Was Watching in 2022

In January 2022, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) published a list of five nuclear energy stories to watch in 2022. Here’s an update on…


DOE Proposes New Distribution Transformer Standards as Crippling Shortages Persist

Almost all distribution transformers produced or imported into the U.S. could require amorphous steel cores starting in 2027 under new energy efficiency standards proposed by the Department of Energy (DOE).…