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VERDE (Visualizing Energy Resources Dynamically on Earth) addresses the need for real-time status updates of the national electrical grid and critical energy sectors. VERDE takes advantage of over $3 million in research and development funded by the Department of Energy and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. Features include status updates of the U.S. electrical grid in real-time, energy framework integration, real-time weather and other data points, grid behavior modeling, and extreme contingency analysis.
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As of 1200 on July 16, two key areas are experiencing moderate flooding. The Mississippi River north of key power transmission nodes around St Louis have reached action stage but are not likely to extend much further south. The remnants of Tropical storm Beryl will bring flooding for southeastern Newfoundland as sub-tropical storm Beryl tracks […]
As of July 11, new earthquakes in New Caledonia and Vanuatu have caused moderate damage in Port-Vila. No reports of power disruptions have been received. Updates at www.almeriaanalytics.com/blog.
The cumulative effect of the tremors and lava flows from Mt Kilauea have weakened infrastructure as far North as Hilo and will require significant investments in the transmission grid.
In addition, on July 11, a magnitude 6 earthquake struck off the coast near Yokohama created infrastructure damaging earth movement although none of the major transmission lines carrying power into the southern Honshu flood zones transsect the impact area. Monitor updates at www.almeriaanalytics.com/blog.
As of 1200 on July 14, 2018 the track for Typhoon Maria passed through the Phillipine area of responsibility a series of magnitude 4.7 earthquakes struck Luzon and just south of Cebu City. Continuing analysis at www.almeriaanalytics.com/blog.
As of 1200 on July 9, 2018, Tropical Storm Beryl has weakened and opened to a tropical wave, but flooding in Puerto Rico and other islands with damaged drainage systems is expected. In the aftermath we found Although it has been labeled a small tropical depression, the remnants of Hurricane Beryl has left its mark […]
As of 1200 on July 11 through July 14, Hurricane Chris has proceeded up the Eastern US seaboard staying well east of Boston and New York. Chris will make landfall near St John Thursday and will continue out the North Atlantic. I expect tropical-storm-force conditions (wind gusts 80-95 km/h) Overall impacts will be localized flooding, […]
Moderate flooding along the Des Moines River created the power outages observed in the Current Outages map. Power restoration was mostly complete by Friday morning. Continuig updates at www.aaverde.com.