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  Interested in learning more about Automatic Phase Balancing and the numerous other benefits of the Software-Defined Electricity Approach? Click HERE     Take a moment to consider how important balance is in electricity. When the balance that is required in the natural order of electricity is thrown off, electric potential energy rapidly becomes kinetic energy. But how sensitive is an electrical environment? How many electrons does it take...

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Energy storage is a very popular topic throughout the world today. Effective and efficient energy storage is a security issue, it is an environmental issue, and it is an economic issue. It is safe to say that this topic is important to the world at large. There is news that will bring relief to everybody who is concerned with the direction that energy storage has...

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Today in the energy industry we have a conundrum. We want to decrease our dependence on fossil fuels because they are dirty and we want to increase our reliance on Renewables because they are clean. This concept seems very simple. Why aren’t we doing it?   The U.S. Electrical Grid simply can’t handle it.   For clarity, the definition of Grid is every wire connected from Generation whether from...

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Software-defined power is the future of energy technology. We have updated our last server rack video to include the automatic phase balancing which eliminates neutral current and reduces operational costs for data centers.   Key Highlights: Dynamically addressing harmonics and power factor, automatically balancing power loads across the phases, real time streaming server rack data.   With an innovative combination of electronic hardware, computer hardware, and artificial intelligence software,...

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The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory releases the Energy Flow Chart for the U.S. every year. The latest Energy Flow Chart is here. As we have highlighted previously, the U.S. loses more than 67.8% of the electricity that is generated in our Grid. These losses are categorized as “Rejected Energy.” The U.S. Energy Information Administration estimates that electricity transmission and distribution losses are 6% annually   US Energy Information...

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Data centers electrical networks are filled with thousands of loads all demanding power at the same time. In this video, we isolate a server rack loaded with various storage arrays and GPU accelerated blade servers and individually review a few of the beneficial effects of subcycle correction. The server rack shows a clear operational difference when subcycle correction is turned on. The first section demonstrates the...

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