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A CHALLENGING & COMPLEX UPGRADE

MEPPI is proud to have tackled a recent project that was a bit more challenging than most. Upgrades to existing power utility infrastructure are never easy, but a recent project in Maryland to modernize a substation in a crowded business district required expert engineering, planning, and execution.Read more

ELECTRIC SUPERHIGHWAY

Initially, this is a lesson in the historical adoption of technology. In the 1990’s, communications were faced with a number of problems. First, there was a large explosion in both demands and in increased applications for broadband technology. Read more

POWER UTILITIES WORKFORCE CRISIS RESOLUTION

Power Utilities approaching 2020 are running into a significant workforce shortage that is both qualitative and quantitative. The US Department of Energy has reported in 2017 that the industry will “need 105,000 new workers in the smart grid and electric utility industry by 2030 but expects that only 25,000 existing industry personnel are interested in filling those positions. Read more

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By MEPPI | April 17, 2020

A CHALLENGING & COMPLEX UPGRADE

MEPPI is proud to have tackled a recent project that was a bit more challenging than most. Upgrades to existing power utility infrastructure are never easy, but a recent project in Maryland to modernize a substation in a crowded business district required expert engineering, planning, and execution.

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By MEPPI | June 13, 2018

ELECTRIC SUPERHIGHWAY:  HIGH VOLTAGE DIRECT CURRENT TRANSMISSION

Initially, this is a lesson in the historical adoption of technology.  In the 1990’s, communications were faced with a number of problems. First, there was a large explosion in both demands and in increased applications for broadband technology.  Second, there was a business need for interactivity. In both cases, the technology was limiting. Telecom and CATV companies could not engineer and construct large enough copper and AC/DC power infrastructure.  It was cost- prohibitive, as well as resource prohibitive.

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By MEPPI | June 13, 2018

POWER UTILITIES WORKFORCE CRISIS RESOLUTION

Power Utilities approaching 2020 are running into a significant workforce shortage that is both qualitative and quantitative. The US Department of Energy has reported in 2017 that the industry will “need 105,000 new workers in the smart grid and electric utility industry by 2030 but expects that only 25,000 existing industry personnel are interested in filling those positions.

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