Reactive Technologies and National Grid deliver 'world first' grid stability tool

Madeleine Cuff
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Reactive Technologies and National Grid deliver 'world first' grid stability tool

New technology makes it possible to measure grid stability continuously for the first time, allowing faster response to changes in supply and demand

For the first time engineers at National Grid have been able to continuously measure the grid stability of the UK's energy network, allowing engineers to respond more quickly to variations in supply and...

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