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Storage Changing Paradigms in Electric System Design and Operations

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator   “Building networks to accommodate peak demand – or lulls in supply – requires overbuilding of infrastructure that leads to extra costs and system inefficiencies.” ~ Sam Wilkinson, IHS [1]   As we explored … Continue reading

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Storage in Design of Gas and Electric Systems

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator “Building networks to accommodate peak demand — or lulls in supply — requires overbuilding of infrastructure that leads to extra costs and system inefficiencies.” ~ Sam Wilkinson, IHS [1] A key to efficient … Continue reading

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A Visual Look at the Electric and Natural Gas Delivery Systems

Natural gas and electricity take long and complex journeys from their original sources to their final end-use consumers. Understanding the various stages of each journey — commonly known as the delivery system — is important for those who work in the … Continue reading

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