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  • May 2024 Wildfire Supplement

    Wildfire Mitigation
    Photo by Classic Connectors.

    Integrate DLR and EEMS for a Future-Ready Grid

    May 30, 2024
    Will the implementation of dynamic line rating and engineered electrical mechanical shunt technologies aid in increasing transmission conductor capacity?
    Photo by EEI.

    Rising to the Wildfire Challenge

    April 26, 2024
    Customer safety has to remain paramount for electric utilities, and a whole-system approach will be key to making power grids safer.
    Photo by Marmon Utility.

    System Hardening with Aerial-Covered Conductor

    April 19, 2024
    Covered conductor systems, both spacer cable and tree wire, are cost-effective design tools for wildfire mitigation.
    Photo by Salt River Project.

    Utility Investment In Forest Restoration

    April 18, 2024
    Salt River Project brings together nonprofit, private, federal, state and local partners to fund and implement landscape-scale forest thinning projects.
    Photo by Michael Simone, FortisAlberta

    A 360-Degree Approach to Wildfires in Canada

    April 16, 2024
    FortisAlberta combines conventional and innovative approaches to manage wildfire risk in a diverse operating environment.

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    Photo by Idaho Power.

    Collaboration and Community to Lower Wildfire Risk for Utilities

    April 15, 2024
    Idaho Power leverages public-private partnerships to reduce wildfire risk in southern Idaho.