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    Line Monitoring, New York Style
    Electric Utility Operations

    Lineworker Focus: Jeffrey Rodriguez

    Feb. 12, 2024
    Jeffrey Rodriguez has a passion for serving others through his career in the line trade.
    Electric Utility Operations

    The Future of Line Work: Joshua Dean Hohenberg

    Feb. 8, 2024
    Josh Hohenberg encourages aspiring apprentices to have pride in themselves and their work, be on time and ready to work and never be afraid to ask a question.
    Photo 147468363 © Valerii Kulias | Dreamstime.com
    Substations

    The Quest for Resiliency

    Feb. 7, 2024
    The dynamic challenges faced by the energy industry, from the mesmerizing galloping lines to the ever-growing threats of physical attacks, highlight the need for innovative solutions...
    Photo 1483614 © Chris Hellyar | Dreamstime.com
    Grid Security

    Unlock CIP-014 For Comprehensive Security

    Feb. 6, 2024
    Although NERC CIP-014 applies to critical infrastructure, it has great value as a foundation for building resiliency plans for all substations.
    Photo by Eaton Corp.
    Grid Innovations

    Carroll EMC Reduces Outage Duration By 38%

    Feb. 2, 2024
    The Georgia electric cooperative deploys fault location, isolation and service restoration across its single- and three-phase lines.

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    Photo by Xcel Energy.
    Substations

    Amarillo Substation Ready for Nature

    Jan. 31, 2024
    Xcel Energy upgrades its Farmers substation to handle extreme weather in the Texas Panhandle.
    A model of an electrical substation. Net zero or real zero energy by 2050 has dramatic implications on the current planning, design, operations and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution grid that delivers that energy. Photo 6794713 © Pavel Losevsky | Dreamstime.com
    Grid Innovations

    Destination: Real Zero-How Will We Get There?

    Jan. 30, 2024
    How the power sector can reach net zero and eventually real zero carbon content, and how the transmission and distribution grid can help deliver on these goals.