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Historic 2017 Hurricane Season for Texas and Florida
Published: September 11, 2017

For the first time in our nation’s history, two hurricanes (Harvey and Irma) devastated inland and coastal areas, prompting an all-hands emergency management and community response for rescue, assessment and restoration. At the writing of this news story, over 5.8 million customers were without power across the southeast in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Long […]

Categories: Center press, power outage prediction, Recent News, research

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Schneider, Eversource partner with UConn on storm modeling for utilities
Published: May 11, 2016

(Electric Light & Power) Schneider Electric announced a long-term partnership with the University of Connecticut (UConn) and Eversource Energy to combine the companies’ storm outage prediction technology to create a single, more precise and accurate model. UConn’s analytics model will be integrated into Schneider’s WeatherSentry Online (WSO) platform, enabling utilities to better understand the expected impacts […]

Categories: outage prediction, partnerships, power outage prediction

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Eversource Energy Center seen Around the Globe
Published: January 25, 2016

The Center’s research in storm outage modeling and the use of satellite imagery to help Eversource Energy proactively prepare for and respond to all types of weather has drawn international attention. It was recently featured at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting (December 2015, San Francisco) and the American Meteorological Society’s Annual Meeting (January 2016, New Orleans). Nearly […]

Categories: American Geophysical Union, American Meteorological Society, Center press, outage prediction, power outage prediction, satellite imagery, storm damage modeling

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Forecasting With a Global Perspective
Published: December 8, 2011

(UConn Today) Emmanouil Anagnostou, professor of civil and environmental engineering and the Northeast Utilities Endowed Chair in Environmental Engineering, can predict the movement of water using complex mathematical equations. But he could not have predicted the path his career would take to get to this point. “When I was a kid I was more interested in electrical […]

Categories: academic researchers, extreme weather, power outage prediction, weather forecasting

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