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Peterson Villalobos, Bertram (author)
In 2017, Hurricane Maria proved how fragile Puerto Rico’s grid is to natural disasters. The consequence of this fragility was the longest power blackout in the history of the U.S., which affected 3.3 million people, lasted for 3.4 billion customer-hours, and resulted in economic losses estimated in 95 billion USD. The solution, then, is energy...
master thesis 2020
Causevic, S. (author), Saxena, K. (author), Warnier, Martijn (author), Abhyankar, AR (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
Resilience of power systems is highly impacted by factors such as increasing severity and frequency of weather events, but also smart grid advances that introduce major operational changes in power systems. Rapidly adapting to these changing circumstances and harnessing the potential of technolo- gical advances is the key to ensuring that power...
journal article 2019