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UConn Receives NSF Award to Improve Power Grid Technology; Leverages Partnership with Eversource Energy Center
Published: February 23, 2017

UConn was recently awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation grant to create a new research center dedicated to advanced electrical power grid technologies. The University of Connecticut Center for Novel High Voltage/Temperature Materials and Structures will add a new research dimension to the existing NSF Industrial University Cooperative Research Center on High Voltage/Temperature. As a […]

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All New Projects
Published: December 19, 2016

Resilience With a focus on structural and electrical hardening and vegetation management, the Eversource Energy Center is funding three new projects for the period of October 2016 to December 2017. The projects explore improvements to be gained from investing in these intervention strategies that improve reliability. Suresh Nair (PI), Paul Borochin (co-PI) “Identifying Continuation and […]

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Faculty Position in Predictive Analytics
Published: November 21, 2016


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Eversource Energy Center Announces Fall Seminar Series Lineup
Published: September 2, 2016

The Eversource Energy Center has announced the debut of its Speaker Seminar Series launching in Fall 2016 with three world-renowned subject matter experts. With a wealth of knowledge and research experience, our speakers look forward to providing an engaging discussion on the topics of electric grid modernization, atmospheric sciences, weather systems assessment, and urban landscape […]

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Eversource, UConn stepping up outage prediction tech
Published: May 11, 2016

(Smart Grid News) The University of Connecticut (UConn), Eversource Energy, and Schneider Electric have entered into a partnership to combine the companies’ storm outage prediction technology to create a single, more precise, and accurate model. UConn’s unique analytics model will be integrated into Schneider’s WeatherSentry Online (WSO) platform, enabling utilities to better understand the expected impacts of […]

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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 […]

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