Controller for the emergency power grid is coming
from Emergency Management
Clarkson University announced that it and several energy groups are designing a controller for the emergency grid that someday will keep the power flowing during a severe weather outage. The Enhanced Microgrid Control System (eMCS) is understood to be the brains of the planned grid, and will increase its efficiency and flexibility. The eMCS is important to keeping the local power grid running for days if it gets disconnected from the main state grid, and the grid it controls will connect approximately 12 entities to include emergency service providers, utilities, power generation sources, and staging areas, along with providers of housing, fuel and food, according to a college release.
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