Energy Special Report: June 2020

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Whitepaper: Clean Energy: Adding Resilience to the Electric Grid

White Paper

To prepare for hurricanes, earthquakes, and even pandemics, utilities have started emphasizing resilience: an approach that allows the grid to fail in ways that enable workers to bring the electricity supply back online quickly. In this whitepaper, find out how grid operators are adding new technology and changing management approaches to ensure resiliency.

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Video: Boosting Electrical Grid Resilience

Regional electric grid operators recently have begun to see widespread, hard-to-predict events as their biggest threat. Learn from grid operators how they are using technology to ensure resiliency.

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Feature Story: Engineering Ways to Improve Electrical Grid Resilience

Utilities have lots of practice repairing lines downed by fallen trees. But when widespread or unusual calamities strike, they look to ways to make the grid less likely to break.

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Building Resilience into the Electrical Grid

Podcast

Electric grid operators are focused on resiliency more now than ever before. In this podcast, Mike Bryson from PJM and Nirmal Paudel from ABB discuss the steps their companies are taking to ensure that the lights stay on no matter what.

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Sponsored Content: Magnetic Transmissions Increase Lifespan of Offshore Wind Farms

Mechanical transmission has inherent limitations, namely a susceptibility to wear and overload, because of the continual contact. At Sintex, multiphysics simulation is used to develop and analyze noncontact magnetic couplings.

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