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What is the DSO transition and why does it matter?

Blog by Mark Sprawson, Head of Network Strategy & Transformation For decades, distribution networks have remained fairly passive in their approach to the provision of various services and their participation in the marketplace. The rise of ‘prosumers’ and the increased numbers of stakeholders in the value chain who are looking to utilise the distribution network […]

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Expertise in Power Quality Investigations

Blog by Tony Dowd, Business Development Manager – Strategy and Interventions, EA Technology Poor power quality can cause process disruption and equipment failure, which can have a significant cost impact on your business. Power quality issues can go unnoticed due to failures being attributed to the incorrect cause when in fact they are a result […]

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High voltage assets on largescale solar generation sites

Blog by Andrew McHarrie, Principal Consultant at EA Technology The concept of large scale PV generation sites is still relatively new along with the assets employed within such sites. While their young age can be beneficial, knowledge regarding how high voltage assets perform on PV generation sites is still somewhat limited.  This makes it absolutely critical for the solar […]

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Safe and sound: An EA Technology method for checking the health of Britain’s electricity networks will help keep the lights on

Sometimes it’s easy to take things for granted − including a constant supply of gas and electricity to your home or business. Severe weather (such as the recent sub-zero temperatures and snow blizzards, caused by the “Beast from the East” weather front), left thousands of Britons without power in their homes. Electricity power networks are […]

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Electric dreams: charging electric cars will require major changes in electricity grids and the location of petrol forecourts

A plan by BP to install electric charging points for electric cars in UK petrol stations may be a turning point for battery-powered cars and renewable energy. BP, one of the world’s largest oil companies, said that it will install mobile electric charging points for electric vehicles at petrol stations in the UK and mainland […]

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