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World Hydrogen Leader, Charley Rattan Associates

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Digital Transformation Professional, Semi-Retired

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Here’s Looking at You, Grid: Monthly Digest of Insights Shared by Your Peers in the Energy Central Grid Network – October 22, 2021

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The grid is often called the largest and most complex machine that engineers have ever created, and that was before the advent of smart grid technology, modernized solutions, and more taking place across T&D infrastructure all the time today.

Smart Siting and Energy Infrastructure Development: A Challenge to Decarbonization

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As the US seeks to decarbonize the transportation, buildings, and electricity generation sectors of the economy, consumers can expect to see significant increases in the development of DERs and energy storage projects and the related energy..

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