An independent operator for the grid?
Efficient and reliable operation of the evolving Alaska Railbelt power transmission grid appears to depend on unified management
The question of how to better manage the Alaska Railbelt power transmission grid, a recurring topic of debate and concern, came up again at the March 12 meeting of the Anchorage Mayor’s Energy Task Force. Currently various sections of the grid are owned and managed by six independent electrical util....
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Independent system operator
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