Solar eclipse - a lesson for the future

Tomorrow morning it'll happen – the moon will pass the sun and cast a shadow across Europe. Solar power production will drop suddenly and rise quickly again. Unlike many other external circumstances affecting the grid, the solar eclipse comes with a long lead time and a very precise ETA. What we can’t predict accurately is the weather tomorrow morning and the depth of the swing. I bet that quite a few network operators would wish for a cloudy Friday morning, as it would significantly smoothen the impact of the eclipse.

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Distribution Intelligence – Securing investments and Creating a Reliable Power Supply

The adoption of distribution intelligence will help utilities reap the benefits of their smart grid investments.

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Solar eclipse: An expected solar challenge

The solar eclipse will be a test for Europe’s energy grid, but the real concern is the ability to quickly restore the network.

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