The Electricity Infrastructure Operations Center in PNNL’s Systems Engineering Building includes two fully functional grid control rooms. The rooms each feature 452-square-foot video walls that make it possible to design, test and evaluate tools and concepts in a setting that mirrors current industry conditions.
The Electricity Infrastructure Operations Center in PNNL’s Systems Engineering Building includes two fully functional grid control rooms. The rooms each feature 452-square-foot video walls that make it possible to design, test and evaluate tools and concepts in a setting that mirrors current industry conditions. Andrea Starr Courtesy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
The Electricity Infrastructure Operations Center in PNNL’s Systems Engineering Building includes two fully functional grid control rooms. The rooms each feature 452-square-foot video walls that make it possible to design, test and evaluate tools and concepts in a setting that mirrors current industry conditions. Andrea Starr Courtesy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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