Researchers at the FREEDM Systems Center have moved a step closer to perfecting a technology designed to block voltages in both directions on a circuit.
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On NC State University's ultramodern Centennial Campus, a startup company called GridBridge is helping electric utility companies adopt smart technologies that promise to revolutionize the energy business.
North Carolina's Triangle, home to FREEDM Systems Center, leads the nation in the growth of high-tech jobs and is recognized by Forbes as one of the top five technology hot spots in America.
FREEDM In the News
Monday, May 18, 2015: FREEDM Systems Center research helps a Raleigh-based firm "move power control downstream".
Wednesday, February 25, 2015: How leaders in research, industry and engineering education are working to create the energy network of the future
Tuesday, November 19, 2013: Researchers at NC State University have come up with a safer and more efficient way to wirelessly transfer power. They're working toward creating a process to charge electric cars that are in motion.