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2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

EPRI completed a full corporate social responsibility assessment in 2015 culminating in release of its first Corporate Social Responsibility report. The report (and companion video) provides a comprehensive look at EPRI's social responsibility culture and actions around four focus areas: community, employees, operations, and research.

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Integrated Energy Network

​EPRI's introductory white paper for the Integrated Energy Network is now available. Learn more about the pathway for connecting customers to reliable, safe, affordable, and cleaner energy. ​

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EPRI Research Finds Limited Impact to Transformers from E3 Electromagnetic Pulse

A new Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) report assesses risks of damage to bulk-power transformers caused by the detonation of a nuclear weapon above the earth’s surface and the resulting electromagnetic pulses (EMP). Read the press release or access the full report.

Third Wave of Energy Efficiency

Technological advances in consumer electronics are increasingly driving a new wave of energy efficiency. EPRI characterizes advances in energy efficiency into three waves. This white paper details each wave and further explores the third wave, consisting of naturally occurring energy efficiency.

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EPRI-SEPA Report Aims to Unlock Microgrids Full Technical and Economic Potential

New white paper outlines techno-economic challenges for microgrids.

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New EPRI report highlights findings from the award winning Arizona Public Service Solar Partner Program

Report outlines potential for smart inverters as an enabler of an integrated grid.

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State of Technology Report

State of the Technology Highlights Research
This report offers quick updates on these and more than 25 other topics: cyber security at nuclear plants; advanced sensors and microsensors; "hardening" the grid for hurricanes and more; a constructive role for C02 in power generation; what customers want; bucket truck ergonomics. Check it out.

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