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Dave Roop had nearly 44 years at Dominion and was the President of CIGRE US https://cigre-usnc.org

Now, this industry expert offers his insight on electric system resilience in T&D World.....

“As we move to a low-carbon energy footprint, the diversity of generation will be needed, and the need of firm low-carbon or non-carbon dispatchable resources hardened for extreme events must be encouraged. This need is not merely a generation or transmission issue but is also one that must be considered by state regulators for distribution systems by encouraging undergrounding, improving right-of-way clearing, or providing multiple service paths, including microgrids, to outage prone areas or critical loads”.

Thanks for your leadership Dave!!!!

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