Science (including social sciences applications) and technology related to electric power transmission and power generation, if not specific to a particular energy source.
A guide to various types of electric generators for home use.
Summary of data on the California Energy Crisis in electricity, natural gas, and gasoline. Many energy site links, including conservation sites.
How electric transmission can be affected by space weather and ways to prevent damage.
Information about how electircal transmission services work including pole types and voltages.
Flow management and data acquisition solutions. Specialist in the field of electric energy. Products and services for the measurement of power consumption.
Large database of real-time power and gas market information, principally for North America.
A website that gives info about various to generate free electricity.
Tutorial provided by Dexter Hansen providing information on the requirements and safety concerns for electric power generator installations. Covers commercial or residential use.
Project to modernize the US electric grid system and create a collaborative network. Includes mission statement and member list.
Photographic tour explains all of the equipment that brings the power to your home.
Research center for the Canadian electric utility describes its activities in high-voltage and thermomechanical technologies, and power system simulations.
Information about energy distribution networks and the benefits of IDNO when compared to DNO.
Shows the updated value of the synchronous grid frequency of Continental Europe (mostly about 50.0 Hz)
The UK based electricity and gas company that operates the National Grid high-voltage electric power transmission network in the UK. Provides a range of information on electricity generation and distribution in the UK.
The government regulator for gas and electricity markets in Great Britain. Resource for government policy as well as market and economic information on electricity generation and distribution in the UK.
The Minisub is a Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approved substation which combines padmount transformers with SF6 switchgear technology.
The research and development division of Electricite de France, EDF, the French electric utility.
The rural electricity program of the United States Department of Agriculture. Contains extensive drawings, designs and descriptions of power distribution networks.
Offers single wire earth return, a method of distributing electric power that is particularly cost effective for rural areas.
SGS has provided the annual SGS Transmission Reliability Benchmarking Study since 1995. The 2001 Study has 30 US systems, comprising 50% of the US grid. Participation is available to all transmission owners or operators in the US and worldwide.
Provides information about the Smart Grid, defining terminology, jargon, and acronyms for general business and consumers.
A concept for a heat pump that may be useful for electricity generation. The concept allegedly has a French Patent.
Tutorial with the theory of operation, different types and home uses.
Information about transmissions lines and resistance.
An objective list of the advantages and disadvantages of many methods of generating electricity.
Describes how skid mounted oil mini-refinery units at upstream crude oil production sites can supply heavy fuel to local power plant and diesel oil to remote small gensets.
Provides notices, major orders, and energy information for the electric, gas, oil, and hydro industries.
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