quality of power in the energy transfer

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How to ensure the quality of power in the energy transfer phase? How to increase renewable energy intake poses new challenges for municipalities and distribution system operators. The constant supply of electricity is one of the main priorities of every network operator. To prevent power quality fluctuations and disruptions, network monitoring, control, and automation systems […]

Threats to human health with old coal-fired power plants

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Threats to human health with old coal-fired power plants It is interesting to know that coal-fired power plants produce more than just carbon dioxide. Thus, they are effective in global warming. When coal burns, it releases suspended particles, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and mercury. The release of these airborne particles harms the health of many […]

New technology to improve solar power systems and power outages for solar panels

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New technology to improve solar power systems and power outages for solar panels In a new study, researchers at Texas A&M University have developed an intelligent technology that allows service companies to perform better in a power outage event. According to the researchers, the unique device they designed works by improving energy transfer between home […]

Comparing power transformer health with human body health

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Comparing power transformer health with human body health Power transformers are static electric machines used to step-up or step-down voltage in electric power applications. The capital cost of a power transformer in the range of 100MVA can be $1M or more, and by the time it is under operation, the price is increased. The average […]

10 tips to extend the life of your switchgear

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10 tips to extend the life of your switchgear With increasing dependence on computers and automated processes, most modern facilities cannot afford downtime. And, as technologies, processes and user demands evolve over time, an electrical system must be able to support these changes. For companies with aging switchgear and budget constraints on capital improvement projects, […]

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