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Here’s Looking at You, Grid: Monthly Digest of the Top Content Submitted to the Grid Professionals Group in Energy Central- July 31, 2020

If you’re paying attention to public policy discussions and mainstream attention on the energy industry, you’ve certainly noticed that...

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Next-Gen Grid Operations Bring New OT Security Concerns

Balancing supply and demand while incorporating new sources of intermittent energy, such as wind and solar power, means the grid must respond and adapt in real-time. That is not an easy task.
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Here’s Looking at You, Grid: Monthly Digest of the Top Content Submitted to the Grid Professionals Group in Energy Central- July 31, 2020

If you’re paying attention to public policy discussions and mainstream attention on the energy industry, you’ve certainly noticed that the grid is getting more elevated attention than usual in recent weeks.
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Chester Energy and Policy

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Energy Analyst, Chester Energy and Policy

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Energy Storage & DC Lighting - Optimizing Microgrid Solutions

Lighting downtime caused by AC grid failure, outages and other threats has generated organizational safety and financial risks, expanding the need for emergency and back-up lighting, as well as primary lighting systems powered by DC renewables..
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Marshall DC Lighting, LLC

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Marketing & Development, Marshall DC Lighting, LLC

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