Electricity supplies should be sufficient to meet consumer demand for electricity in New England this winter, but constraints on the region’s natural gas pipelines could pose a challenge to reliable operations....More
The Energy Department has released a new report showing strong progress for the U.S. offshore wind market — including the start of construction of the nation’s first commercial-scale offshore wind farm...More
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Simulator for Wind Farm Applications can calculate how undulating ground, whipping blades, surface temperatures, and other variables alter the air flow and energy production at wind farms.
Surge arresters are a crucial link in your power-protection system. Over time, lightning and switching surges will reduce the performance and reliability of your arresters. Watch this video to learn the most-common methods of testing your surge arresters to verify their health.
To learn more about short-circuit protection, download the white paper Short circuit behavior – Surge arresters and counters.