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Laying the Foundation for Next-Gen Grid Architecture

$subtitles.get($x)Grid architecture is a top-down approach to understanding and documenting the complex structures and interdependencies of electric power systems. Authors from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Smart Electric Power Alliance detail the benefits.

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A Nimble, Responsive Energy Future is Upon Us

$subtitles.get($x)“The future ain’t what it used to be,” Yogi Berra famously said. As author Steven Moffitt of NRG Distributed Energy Resources sees it, that promises to be a good thing for everyone.

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Four “Gets” for Succeeding at Change Management

$subtitles.get($x)What are the fundamentals for making a change successful? Jim Nowak of ARCOS LLC outlines how a project team can simplify the guiding principles without short-changing the process.

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WEATHER OUTLOOK

El Nino Still Forecast For This Fall and Winter

$subtitles.get($x)As for the August temperature outlook, slightly above normal temperatures are projected across portions of the Pacific Northwest, Great Basin, Intermountain West, and northern Rockies with a surplus of monthly cooling degree days of between 30 and 60 expected across these regions of the country.

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