EPRI’s Power Reliability Initiative Makes Strides

The Initiative, launched in February, consists of two parallel programs that evaluate the transmission grid and distribution systems in detail, providing a “holistic look at the U.S. bulk power system” according to Karl Stahlkopf, EPRI vice president of power delivery.

RALEIGH, N.C.–IMServ (Invensys Measurement Services) has been selected to participate in a propane and electric automatic meter reading (AMR) demonstration program being conducted by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association-Cooperative Research Network (NRECA-CRN).


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