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Carlos Sousa's picture

Member since 2019

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Specialist, CEMIG

Has your company ever used exoskeletons?

Hi guys, I hope you all are well...I recently saw this video from the French distribution company Enedis: is an R&D project to develop an exoskeleton to assist in electrical system..
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Beezley Energy Advisors

Member since 2012

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Principal, Beezley Energy Advisors

Shouldn't we be using some of the billions that will be forthcoming from the feds for infrastructure to create a fully resilient grid by putting the vast majority of it underground ?

I originally shared this as a comment on a post on Energy Central, but thought it was worth sharing as a Q&A to generate some more discussion.
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You have a 5KV circuit with 1 industrial customer (1 MVA baseload), 3 Commercial 24-hour locations with an average of 100KVA baseload each, 300 residential customers with 2 cars each. 636 ACSR conductor.All of the residential customers have 3-ton..
In recent years, it’s become obvious that the 21st century’s increasingly volatile weather is too much for our 19th century grid. Perhaps nowhere is this point more clear than in Texas. In February, the state’s grid was brought to its knees by..
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Project Manager
Con Edison

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Project Manager, Con Edison

What is the capital cost associated with inverters that meet the 2030.5 standard?

I'm hoping to get help from the DER community...SunSpec issued a list of inverters that meet the 2030.5 standard. I'm trying to get a sense of the cost for an upgrade. I've read the cost is about $150 above the cost for a normal inverter. I'm..

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