The modern power grid is one of the most complex engineering machines in existence.
From the Editor
The ever-increasing sophistication required to operate the electric grid requires the rapid assimilation of captured measurements…
The feature articles in this issue are devoted to the emerging field of data analytics, which is a computational capability to extract…
Over the last ten years, we have heard so often in conferences, seminars, and workshops that the system…
Power system state estimators (SEs) have come a long way since the introduction of the concept nearly four decades ago by Fred Schweppe.
The power industry is experiencing an enormous expansion of computer and communication devices in substations.
Departments & Columns
Leader’s CornerRead more
In the spring of 2012, the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) undertook the task of evaluating…
In early 1895, electric power from the Westinghouse powerhouse on Laurel Lake finally reached the center of Lenox via underground conduit.
The IEEE Power & Energy Society website features a meetings section, which includes calls for papers and…
In My ViewRead more
This issue of IEEE Power & Energy Magazine discusses a computational capability to extract a cause–effect understanding of power system events.
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