A major study of reliability trends shows that power interruptions have increased at a steady rate of about 2 percent per year over a period of ten years. These findings stand up robustly to analysis of measurement error and bias, and set the stage for study of what causal factors are at work.
Temporal Trends in U.S. Electricity Reliability
Posted: 12 Oct 2012
Authors:Joseph H. Eto
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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