NEW MEXICO UTILITY, LAB PARTNER TO MAKE GRID MORE RESILIENT
Techlife News|September 26, 2020
NEW MEXICO UTILITY, LAB PARTNER TO MAKE GRID MORE RESILIENT
New Mexico’s largest electric utility and one of the nation’s premiere federal research laboratories will team up on a series of projects aimed at making the electric grid more resilient as the state prepares to add more renewable energy to the mix, officials said.
The research and development partnership between Sandia National Laboratories and Public Service Co. of New Mexico is designed to address energy challenges not just in New Mexico but across the U.S., said lab director James Peery.

“This agreement provides a pathway for Sandia’s advanced technologies to be put to the test in a real-world system while advancing the goals of electric power system resiliency and safety that are critical to national security,” he said in a statement.

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September 26, 2020