There are many terms used in the context of Smart Grid: demand response, distributed generation, advanced metering infrastructure, home-to-grid, and electric transportation to name a few.
Last issue we made it through the "g” definitions in Article 100. In this article, we will finish reviewing selected definitions.
By strict definition a material can be classified as either a conductor, an insulator, or a semiconductor based on its electrical properties. Before getting into the definition of each of these, a brief introduction to atomic theory is in order.
A dairy farm in North Troy, Vermont, is using an innovative technology to convert farm waste products, such as manure, into electricity. The project was funded with assistance from USDA.
There is a huge opportunity to provide those tools necessary for young and new inspectors coming in to this trade.