Power system resilience or resiliency is a key concept for reliability during natural disasters and man made problems on electrical systems. Key concepts: Ability to withstand, recover, adapt and prepare, and Eaton engineering services solutions.
Learn how generators and power generation works to create electricity. Sources like fossil fuels (coal & natural gas), nuclear and renewables (wind, solar & hydro). Erik Hurd explains how Eaton can help you understand generator applications at PSEC.
See the path that electricity takes from the utility generators to receptacles in your home or business with the Eaton Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC). Topics include power generation, transmission and distribution lines and substations.
See how a recloser works on a utility power system at Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) during temporary and permanent faults. Topics include SCADA feeder automation systems and electronic, hydraulic, single and three phase reclosers.
The Eaton Power Systems Experience Center’s (PSEC) explains the methods and benefits of integrated volt-var compensation using voltage regulators and power factor correction to optimize voltage quality on utility power systems.
The Eaton Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) explains microgrids and how the facility’s full scale microgid demo minimizes power disruptions, improves reliability, increases electrical efficiency and intelligently uses multiple sources of energy.
Keep power flowing through microgrids despite power disruptions from natural disasters, accidental faults or intentional attacks. Learn about disaster restoration, reliability and energy savings with the Eaton Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC).