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In a few years, more national grid networks will take up renewables for electrification - are current transmission networks ready for the increase in generated capacity across the supply chain?

Increasing the grid network capacity through renewable energy sources is a great attempt at decarbonizing while increasing clean energy production. Several national plans even, amongst African countries have plans to include renewable sources..

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Moving electricity is getting more expensive

It’s never been cheaper to produce electricity in the United States. And yet, much to the chagrin of us all, utility bills keep going up. That’s because while generating power is getting less expensive, the cost of transporting that power to..

5KV class distribution and EVs

3600-to-5400-volt distribution primary voltage was the standard in much of the United States from 1934 to 1960. Many of these substations have been upgrades, and the distribution lines, upgrading the voltage did not happen many utilities. On..

Welcome Leo St. Hilaire, Expert in the Transmission Professionals Community- [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]

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The power sector needs to constantly grow and adapt to the needs of its customer base, and amid the growing amount of renewables on the grid that more than ever before means the proper buildout and maintenance of the transmission infrastructure...

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