May/June 2014 | IEEE Power & Energy Magazine
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From the Editor

As most of our readers know, most IEEE Power & Energy Magazine issues are devoted to a single preselected theme. However, we also welcome submissions…

Issue: May/June 2014

The Grid of the Future

The mission of the power industry has been to build and operate a reliable, affordable, and efficient grid…

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Letters to the Editor

Readers are encouraged share their views on issues affecting the electric power engineering profession.

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Form Follows Function

In the traditional electricity grid, there are four major components: power generation, power transmission, power distribution, and grid operation…

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Leader’s Corner

Every so often, people, families, and companies look to evaluate their accomplishments, where they stand, and where they are going…

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Improving Reliability Through Better Models

The office of electricity delivery and energy reliability of the U.S. DOE, the Bonneville Power Administration, and…

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Recently, I drove out the Tyler Street Extension in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, to view the ongoing demolition of Building 9 in the former General Electric Company (GE) plant…

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A Road Map to Integration

Smart grid-related blogs, newsletters, and conferences have endured numerous debates and discussions around the issue of whether or not the smart grid is being integrated…

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Society News

Four IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) members have been chosen to receive 2014 IEEE awards…

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Powering Through the Storm

Disasters, whether natural of man-made, compromise the quality of life for all involved…

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