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Intelligent solutions for the power grid of the future

Keila - The expansion of electric cars is set to place greater strain on power grids. In order to deal with the demand, smart solutions are required to control power grid supplies. Researcher have been looking at options.

Rick Perry's 'baseload' grid study released and it's nothing new

The U.S. Department of Energy released the much-anticipated grid study late Wednesday night, finding cheap natural gas to be the main driver behind baseload power plant retirements.

Rolling Blackouts Begin Monday in Tokyo

Tokyo - Rolling blackouts in the Kanto Plain, including Tokyo, will begin Monday. The schedule will be announced tonight. Two reactors in Fukushima were also damaged.

Stuxnet-like viruses to be released more broadly in 2011

Known to successfully slow down the Iranian nuclear program, the Stuxnet cyber worm is now expected to spawn variations that are predicted to disrupt non-traditional IT targets, from power grids to electronic voting stations.

U.S. sets off alert over Chinese paper

Dalian - A paper written by a Chinese graduate student regarding the vulnerability of the U.S. power grid has raised concern in the U.S. congress.

Superfast Internet Coming Soon Via the Grid

Today's Internet will eventually be obsolete thanks to the grid computing project from CERN, the same research center that bought us the current Internet. The Grid is 10,000 times faster than a typical high-speed broadband connection.
 

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A historic agreement is connecting 16 First Nation reserves to the provincial power grid. This is a ...
A historic agreement is connecting 16 First Nation reserves to the provincial power grid. This is a life changer.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne ‏
Wataynikaneyap Power  owned by 22 First Nations and Fortis Ontario  is connecting remote First Natio...
Wataynikaneyap Power, owned by 22 First Nations and Fortis Ontario, is connecting remote First Nations in Northwestern Ontario to the grid.
Ontario Ministry of Energy