Case Study

Faraday Grid Benefits - a New York State Viewpoint

Faraday Grid Benefits - a New York State Viewpoint

The New York State electricity grid’s challenges – similarly to other grids worldwide - derive from the fact that the current network architecture restraints the system’s ability to accommodate shifting electricity uses and generation types.

Reactive problem solving is not sufficient to sustainably provide the system flexibility such rapid changes require. It is a resilient systemic solution that is required to relieve the system from its pressures and provide an opportunity for further innovation.

Faraday Grid Ltd. (Faraday) has developed a completely new technology that provides a systemic, cost-effective solution. Read Jagadeesh Guda’s white paper that documents the techno-economic implications of the Faraday Grid technology in specific to the New York state electricity grid.

Faraday Exchanger Performance on Voltage Dips

Faraday Exchanger Performance on Voltage Dips

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Voltage dips are the most common supply disturbances that cause interruptions in production plants.

The engineers at Faraday Grid conducted tests on RMS and instantaneous voltage signals from a conventional transformer and a Faraday Exchanger and compared the effects of a voltage dip on both signals.