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Ross Baldick PhD
Ross Baldick PhD provides strategic consulting to the electricity industry. Emeritus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas, he is the author of "Applied Optimization: Formulation and Algorithms for Engineering Systems."
ContactPO Box 4216
Austin, TX 78765
info (at) rossbaldick (dot) com
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Tag Archives: grid
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal, “U.S. Risks National Blackout From Small-Scale Attack,” describes work that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is doing on the vulnerability of the US power grid. The most disturbing of FERC’s conclusions … Continue reading
According to recent reports by NPR and the Wall Street Journal, last year’s attack on the Metcalf substation in California was not random. Rather, the attackers targeted equipment to disable it after cutting communications lines. Whether or not the result … Continue reading
I recently visited the Tesla store at the Domain in Austin to check out the Tesla Model S. The compact layout of the electric drivetrain allows for a trunk at the front of the car — a “frunk”– in addition … Continue reading
“Are Capacity Markets Necessary to Ensure Adequate Generating Reserves?” That was the title of the panel I moderated at the third annual Austin Electricity Conference (sponsored by The University of Texas McCombs School of Business, School of Law, and Cockrell … Continue reading