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FAVORITE STORY: 'The Mc-Webcast'​* Power outage, T-Minus 15 minutes to webcast start; laptop in hand, ran down the 11 flights from the office to the car and bolted over to the McDonald's next...

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This item is part of the Special Issue - 2021 - 05 - Grid Modernization, click here for more

As the piece comments: "...decarbonization techniques make the grid more resilient; they don’t weaken it." Check out the research going on with hetero-functional graph theory at Dartmouth used to analyze networks of networks.

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Matt Chester on May 25, 2021

Too often those two goals are discussed separately, but this article does a great job highlighting not only why we can't think about one without the other, but also how to actually accomplish those simultaneous goals!

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