Webinar: Meeting FERC Order 881 with Dynamic Line Rating

Brage Johansen

Brage Johansen

CEO

To celebrate the launch of our U.S. Subsidiary, Heimdall Power, Inc., we at Heimdall Power are now hosting a webinar tailored for North American utilities.

The event will focus on how we can help you comply with the requirements of FERC Order 881 by using such technologies as Dynamic Line Rating (DLR) and Ambient Adjusted Rating (AAR). We are also pleased to be joined by Switzerland’s transmission operator Swissgrid, which will share their experiences in using DLR to increase transmission capacity in their system.

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The webinar will take place via Microsoft Teams on April 18 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm EDT, with the tentative agenda as follows:

  • How can you comply with the requirements of FERC Order 881?
  • Introduction to Dynamic Line Rating & Heimdall Power’s DLR solutions
  • Presentation from Swissgrid – their experience with using DLR to increase transmission capacity
  • Covering the range from AAR to large-scale hybrid monitoring
  • Questions & Answers
 

Questions about the event can be sent to peter@heimdallpower.com

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