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Preparing the Grid for an Above-Average Hurricane Season

Hurricanes are one of the most destructive forces in nature. Hurricane season in North America runs from June 1 to November 30, peaking between August and September, and 2022 would…


Advanced Power Grid Sensors and Switches Reduce Downtime and Improve System Reliability
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A Fault Isolation Service Restoration module, part of an Advanced Distribution Management Solution, has improved grid reliability, and reduced outages and outage durations, for customers of PPL Electric Utilities. The…


Three Cybersecurity Steps Integral to Building a Better Grid
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In January, the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) launched its new Building a Better Grid initiative. The DoE’s stated intention for the program is to create a more robust transmission…


Quinbrook Commissions First New Synchronous Condenser for the UK Power Market

LONDON (Feb. 15, 2022) – Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners ("Quinbrook"), a specialist global investment manager focused on renewables, storage and grid support infrastructure, announced today that it has completed construction and commissioning…


Microgrids Can Save America’s Carbon-Zero Commitments and Electrified Future

On Friday, November 5, Congress passed a landmark infrastructure bill that apportions $65 billion to rebuilding our aging electric grid. Although we should applaud this long overdue measure, we need to be realistic about…