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The Transmission Professionals special interest group covers the distribution of power from generation to final destination. 

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How Mathematical Optimization Can Help Power Today’s Energy Industry Transformation?

Interview: with Gurobi The energy industry is in the midst of a major transformation as it shifts away from fossil fuels towards renewable energy sources including wind, solar, and hydropower.

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Poor power factor increases the stress on electrical distribution cabling, switchgear and transformers but it's hard to get your head around. This kitchen table-top demonstration explains both the principle and the solution (capacitors) using..

More Interregional Transmission Could Have Saved Nearly $1 Billion, Preserved Power for 200,000 Homes During Texas Freeze

Each additional gigawatt (GW) of transmission capacity connecting the Texas power grid (ERCOT) with neighboring states in the Southeast could have saved nearly $1 billion and kept the heat on for approximately 200,000 Texas homes during Winter..

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