Where Batteries Should Be Installed to Modernize Power Grids
- Jul 21, 2020 4:14 pm GMT
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It was the first week of July 2018, and I was preparing a presentation on electricity infrastructure vulnerabilities to heatwaves, when I heard the news that a heatwave struck Southern California. Thousands of people were left without power for days. My presentation notes had read, “This is a map of where and by how much substations in Southern California could be overloaded if the region has a heatwave today.” But given the timing of events, my notes were revised to read, “This is a map of where and by how much substations in Southern California were overloaded...”
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