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Nevelyn Black is an independent writer with a background in broadcast and a keen interest in renewable energy.  In the last few years, she transitioned from celebrity interviews and film shoots...

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Grid expansion projects aim to include a sustainable energy supply but researchers are facing a different dilemma.  The Braess paradox, named after the German mathematician Dietrich Braes, revealed that by upgrading existing lines and adding news ones, the grid may become more unstable instead of more stable.  Now for the first time, researchers have simulated the phenomenon to improve the grid and reduce power outages.

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Julian Silk on Nov 25, 2022

Thank you for this post.

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Elie Nasr on Nov 27, 2022

Interesting Post! Sometimes, Less is More.

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Thank Nevelyn for the Post!
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