Grid Modernization 2020: Pushing Boundaries
- Jun 19, 2020 4:18 pm GMT
This item is part of the Grid Modernization - Pushing Boundaries - Summer 2020 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more
As we look toward the country’s extensive power grid to fuel the growth of our cities and communities, grid modernization is only as good as the personnel staffing our control rooms.
Control room operations are increasingly disruptive. System operations and the training that supports it must adapt processes and practices to match the pace of modernization and change.
We’ve experienced an explosion of growth in grid technology over the past few years. Public and private partners are tirelessly working to develop new concepts, tools, and technologies needed to measure, analyze, predict, protect, and control the grid of the future. Nevertheless, we can’t help but wonder if system operators are prepared to meet the challenges of modernized technology.
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