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The Electric Power Research Institute: a non-profit organization that conducts R&D related to the generation, delivery and use of electricity for public benefit
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EPRI 9h
Registration is now open for the ⚡ Symposium Series in Berkeley, CA & Brooklyn, NY where you'll learn about opportunities, issues, costs & benefits of end-use electrification for specific, regional areas. Register here ➡️
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Scott Fiedler 11h
Look what we found! Rare native Indian paintbrush flower. working with and on a 3-year project to study pollinator habit along TVA power lines. Way cool start to the project.
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EPRI 10h
While continuing to develop tools + resources for utility managers, EPRI’s new Strategic Sustainability Science program is helping make sustainability a core part of their business.🍃 Find out more:
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EPRI 23h
Establishing equipotential zones can reduce hazards from improper cable procedures during work on de-energized facilities. Learn about a tool to establish these zones in this 23 min training video ➡️ Sign in/create an account to access the course.
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EPRI May 23
If you complete this U.S. export control compliance course, you'll be able to recognize 3+ ways to improve your compliance with information control laws. To sign-up for the online course, sign-in or create an account ▶️
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EPRI May 23
New analysis provides one of the most comprehensive analyses of the potential impacts of smart inverters’ grid support functions on electric distribution systems in which rooftop distributed photovoltaic panels are extensively deployed -
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EPRI May 22
To address the electric power industry’s workforce needs, EPRI established EPRI U, providing improved systems for technology transfer through a range of convenient training opportunities. Learn more about here:
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EPRI May 22
There are >40 models available today & >130 are projected by 2022. Find details on all the new and their vehicle type, driving range, and charging time in this Consumer's Guide to Electric Vehicles ➡️
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Salt River Project May 17
"These projects illustrate how SRP employees not only found solutions, but put those solutions into action.” - Chico Hunter, Manager, SRP Research and Development Thank you for the recognition !
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Lidar News May 21
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EPRI May 21
Hear from EPRI experts during this webinar on the interaction between transmission and distribution planning with DER deployments. Register for the webinar here:
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EPRI May 21
Registration is now open for the ⚡ Symposium Series in Berkeley, CA & Brooklyn, NY where you'll learn about opportunities, issues, costs & benefits of end-use electrification for specific, regional areas. Register here ➡️
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EPRI May 20
EPRI is developing tools that can assess and improve technologies for underground storage of carbon dioxide (CO2), an important part of carbon capture and storage (CCS) for reducing emissions of greenhouse gases
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EPRI May 20
Congratulations to the 22 Salt River Project employees who were recently awarded seven EPRI Technology Transfer awards. More details:
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EPRI May 20
Stay updated on electricity sector R&D, industry news, technology developments and more in EPRI Journal. 📩 Subscribe today ➡️
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EPRI May 17
Through EPRI U, we offer courses and training for the electricity ⚡ sector's technical and management professionals. Create an account with and sign up for one of our 100+ courses
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EPRI May 17
Why is innovation important to the industry moving forward? Nuclear Innovation and Research Office (UK) Executive Director Fiona Rayment will lead a session exploring innovation's critical role & successful examples of innovation. Full agenda:
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EPRI May 16
Studies have found that ammonia-fueled vehicles have 35-48% lower greenhouse gas emission/km than gas-fueled vehicles. Learn more from EPRI's innovation scouts about how ammonia can be used in transportation ➡️
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EPRI May 16
Are you an NDE Level III examiner❔ If you are & want to become a certified instructor, join us for the Nondestructive Evaluation for Instructors June 10-14 in Kennett Square, PA. To learn more, create or sign-in to your account ➡️
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EPRI May 16
Registration is now open for the ⚡ Symposium Series in Berkeley, CA & Brooklyn, NY where you'll learn about opportunities, issues, costs & benefits of end-use electrification for specific, regional areas. Register here ➡️
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