An anatomy of grid failure - what happens when reality bites?
February 2021, saw the entire state of Texas suffer power cuts as Storm Uri brought temperatures down as low as -7.6 F. As the grid which had not been sufficiently “winterized”, has become harder to manage, operators switched to diesel backup in and ran off the grid where available.
As the global weather changes which so often accompany grid instability have made us all rethink our power resilience strategy, the presenters will outline what we can learn from the response.
Roundtable: Diesel Fuel: Necessary evil, or life-saver?
We invite you to join this roundtable discussion directly following this conference presentation to continue the conversation, get your questions answered, share your own insights and to find potential collaborators.
This session took place on April 29, 2021
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