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Recipients of Over $750K of Eversource Funding Announced
Published: September 27, 2016

The Eversource Energy Center announced seven innovative projects awarded in industry-identified focus areas that begin on October 1, 2016. The Center received a total of 12 applications to the Eversource Request for Proposals (RFP) announced in May of 2016 focused on the topics of Eversource’s resiliency program, distributed energy resources, cyber and physical security, vegetation […]

Categories: Center press, collaboration, Electric Grid Hardening, Highlights, Recent News

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Seeing Outages from New Heights
Published: March 4, 2016

The Eversource Energy Center, our partnership with the University of Connecticut, has begun an exciting collaboration with scientists from NASA and the University of Alabama-Huntsville. Using satellite imagery of night time light and Eversource’s historical outage data, the goal of the project is to better detect and monitor a storm’s impact, as well as better […]

Categories: Center press, collaboration, Electric Grid Hardening, NASA, satellite imagery, university of alabama

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CL&P and UConn Team Up
Published: April 29, 2014

(NBC Connecticut)  CL&P and UConn have teamed up to come up with a new tool to predict where power outages could occur. “If you told us at the beginning it was going to be eleven days without power, I think we would have left town,” said Simsbury resident Peter Tedone. Peter and his wife Lydia […]

Categories: collaboration, outage prediction, partnership

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UConn modeling helps CL&P predict storm damage
Published: April 29, 2014

(Hartford Business Journal)  Who says the weatherman is always wrong? UConn environmental engineers have developed a computer model that Connecticut Light & Power is using to predict where it will likely need to deploy maintenance workers and resources in a storm, the two revealed. CL&P used the tool to predict the location of Connecticut trouble […]

Categories: collaboration, extreme weather, outage prediction, partnerships, Recent News, Storm Outage Forecasting

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