The installation of a self-healing microgrid is enhancing grid resilience in the remote village of Cordova, Alaska.
Idaho National Laboratory’s advanced modeling capabilities can incorporate real-world data, hardware and software into real-time simulations.
Idaho National Laboratory collaborated with diverse agencies to build a renewable, self-sustaining microgrid at the Blue Lake Rancheria.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) is leading research to modernize hydropower — America’s first renewable electricity resource — to meet these current and future electrical grid needs.
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