ComEd, the electric and gas utility company with 10 million customers, has successfully completed final testing of a microgrid integration—a network of solar panels, generators, batteries—that will increase energy security and resilience for residents and businesses on Chicago’s South Side.
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Test showcases continuous power flow with zero outages and clean energy integration
The QUEST consortium is being established to develop quantum computing applications for electricity power grids.
We need a robust computational foundation that can convert all this collected big data into actionable information.
A. Khodaei, “How quantum computing is poised to support sustainable power
grids,” GreenBiz, Sep. 2020.
R. Eskandarpour, L. Zhang, A. Khodaei, E. Paaso, “How Quantum AI Can Transform Grid Disaster Resilience and Preparedness,” T&D World, Jun. 2020.
ComEd Embraces Quantum Computing to Navigate Power Grid Disruption
R. Eskandarpour, E. Paaso, L. Zhang, A. Khodaei, S. Bahramirad, “Opening the Doors for Quantum Computing Applications in Electric Power Grids,” T&D World, Jan. 2020.
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