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Experts Anticipate Larger Wind Turbines and Plants, with Increasing Focus on Grid Value

A survey of 140 global wind energy experts by Berkeley Lab finds that wind turbines will get bigger and cheaper, with more attention paid to methods that enhance their value to the grid.

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Episode #82: 'Highlighting The Performance Incentive Mechanisms To Advance Utility Goals' With Karl Rábago [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]

The utility landscape today is filled with more goals competing for attention and funding than at any time in history, and the regulatory processes that are compelling utilities to make progress towards those targets are constantly ramping up the..

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Emrod: Realizing Nikola Tesla’s Dream of Wireless Power Transmission [Recognizing One of the 2022 Energy Central Innovation Champions: Greg Kushnir]

In 1899, at his laboratory in Long Island, famed inventor Nikola Tesla hooked up an oscillator coil in a wooden tower with a long metal pole and topped it off with a copper sphere. He then used the Tesla coil, as the contraption was known, to..

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Energy Central Announces: The 2022 Innovation Champions

Earlier this year, we turned to our Energy Central Community Members to ask them for nominations of who the Innovation Leaders were in our industry. As usual, you all did not disappoint and we had the pleasure of reviewing so many inspiring..

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Episode #81: ‘Utilities Embracing the R&D Role for the Future' with King Look, Director of R&D at Con Edison [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]

Ask anyone across the utility sector and they'll likely agree: today is the most exciting it's ever been work in the power industry. Between rapid technological advancement, the newfound availability of investment funds for grid and program..

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