Energy is the foundation of our economy and is at the forefront of everything we do. The demand for cleaner electric energy grows each year with electrification of data storage, mobility, space conditioning, vertical agriculture, industrial processes and more. 

Some electric energy stakeholders want carbon neutral or carbon free sources of renewable generation and ironically refer to this goal as “decarbonizing the grid.” There is a dichotomy between decarbonizing the sources of electricity generation and the wires and cables that make up the transmission and distribution (T&D) grid that delivers that electricity. Nonetheless, there is much work to do to allow the integration of new sources of renewable generation and subsequent storage on the T&D grid or “decarbonized grid.”

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