Tag: Energy Symposium

ARTICLE: “Impact of Distributed Energy Resources on HR and Recruiting”

Filed in Our Faculty, Power Systems by on September 11, 2019 0 Comments
ARTICLE: “Impact of Distributed Energy Resources on HR and Recruiting”

Distributed Energy Resources, or DER, are renewable power sources and storage: wind turbines, solar panels, and batteries. These innovations are in demand today, and often subsidized by the government because of their limited environmental impact compared to fossil fuels. But with this new frontier of power comes a wave of new complexities to tackle, and […]

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The Power Grid of the Future

Filed in Power Systems, Trends in Higher Education by on July 30, 2018 0 Comments
The Power Grid of the Future

Technology increases in complexity every day. As the human population expands, demand on resources is growing rapidly. The level of cyber attacks on all manner of technology is more sophisticated than ever. The power grid is not immune to these developments. In fact, the stability of our grid depends on the ability of the power […]

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Top 3 Reasons to Attend #WPIenergy

Filed in Energy Symposium, Power Systems by on August 1, 2017 0 Comments
Top 3 Reasons to Attend #WPIenergy

Every fall, New England’s experts in power systems gather in Worcester, Massachusetts, for WPI’s annual Energy Symposium. This event has evolved over the last seven years from a half day of discussions to a full-day summit with panels, break-out sessions, and the chance to network with movers and shakers in the industry. But let’s get […]

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