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POWERGRID_INTERNATIONAL Volume 21 Issue 4

Parting Thoughts

TALK "In no way does that signal that the Clean Power Plan is not legally defensible and will not in the end win because nobody ever said that the Clean Power Plan was driving the...

Products

IIoT Gateways HMS Industrial Networks introduces a new family of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) gateways for smart grid applications. The Anybus SG-gateways enable communication between industrial applications and energy protocols. This communication allows power...

Keep Data Safe and Customers Happy

From credit card to social security numbers, much of our personal information is online for the taking.

Ensuring Electrical Reliability

In the smart, interconnected grid, as envisaged in the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) 2030 roadmap, "2014 Smart Grid System Report," power flows from generators to consumers on a seamless grid.

FULL CIRCUIT… Switchgear Technology Raising the Bar

Through no fault of its own, switchgear is under greater pressure than ever to deliver protection, control and communications as the grid tries to accommodate generation coming from both sides of the meter and handle historic changes in metering and distribution.

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Utilities Try Microgrids as Major Option

Hyper-local Weather Forecasts Ease Energy Management and Outage Prediction Woes

Utilities can waste millions of dollars due to inaccurate weather forecasts, and they might not even know those forecasts are steering them wrong.

Notes

Duke Energy Testing New Battery and Ultracapacitor System in NC Duke Energy has started testing a first-of-its-kind battery technology at its Rankin substation in Gaston County, North Carolina. The hybrid ultracapacitor battery energy storage system...

Germany: A Model for Renewable Integration?

When it comes to integrating intermittent renewable energy into the grid, Germany should be an expert.