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What are ‘hybrid grids’, a brief primer

What are ‘hybrid grids’, a brief primer

This blog is the start of a series where I want to explain to you the widely used and often misunderstood term 'hybrid grids', what do people actually mean when talking about it? I will introduce the four key aspects that are associated with hybrid g ...

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Year in review: Top 10 Utility of the Future blog posts from 2014

2014 was an exciting year for our organization, as we completed our first successful year as DNV GL, which combines the strengths of DNV, KEMA, Garrad Hassan, and GL Renewables Certification. As 2014 is now officially over, we'd like to take a look b ...

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How do you cope with the “double risk trend” in reliability? (Part 2)

This is the second post in a series of blogs that discusses how to cope with "the double risk" trend in reliability, and how smart transmission and distribution grids can mitigate this risk. In my first blog I introduced the double risk trend and pro ...

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A perspective on imperatives from the 2013 Advanced Energy Conference

At last week's 2013 Advanced Energy Conference in New York City participants from industry, government, and academia were finally able to gather together after the conference's six month delay--due to the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. There were many ...

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Planning new generation assets for carbon constrained future

Carbon control legislation under consideration in Congress is intensifying regulatory uncertainty in US energy generation. The challenge today is keeping existing generation assets spinning while planning for and building new assets. Regulatory unce ...

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