Ask the experts: Power quality in troubled grids

01/18/2008


Ask the experts : Power quality in troubled grids
The hot summers of the 21st century are increasing cooling loads enough to stress power grids. In metropolitan areas, engineers are working hard to enhance standby power systems and power conditioning systems to ensure uptime for data centers and other mission critical facilities. How are you helping keep your grids trouble-free? What type of challenges have you run into? What tips can you offer others with this task?
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