Power grid security work prompts $3 million expansion of UA electronics facility

The University of Arkansas is investing about $3 million to expand its high-power electronics testing facility in Fayetteville’s Arkansas Research & Technology Park.

The National Center for Reliable Electric Power Transmission, or NCREPT, is used for industrial testing and academic research regarding power electronics, with a primary focus of making the nation’s power grid more stable. – Read More

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