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The occurrence of  internal arc in enclosed power equipment is an impacting event. The overpressures are more dangerous if the equipment is more compact and compactness is frequently a design goal. Technical Standards specify requirements and..
Sergio Feitoza Costa's picture

Director - Eng, M.Sc, Cognitor Consultancy, R&D, Training

Transmission Accomplished: Monthly Digest of the Top Content Submitted to the Transmission Professionals Group in Energy Central- May 22, 2020

The utility industry is undoubtedly one of the businesses out there that can’t have a day off. Through severe weather, pandemics, holidays, and anything else, utility workers are out there serving the customers to make sure the power stays on..
Matt Chester's picture
Energy Analyst
Chester Energy and Policy

Member since 2018

Energy Analyst, Chester Energy and Policy

Despite the pandemic, three projects that would transmit renewable power are moving forward

Three projects that would transmit renewable power — hydro in one case and wind in the other two — are moving along despite the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Peter Key's picture
Freelance Writer, Editor, Consultant
Lansdowne, Pa.

Member since 2015

Freelance Writer, Editor, Consultant, Lansdowne, Pa.

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