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  • 1.

    Paul Savage, What Would Thomas Edison Do?” Energy Pulse, http:www.energypulse.com (September 12, 2003).

  • 2.

    EPRI PEAC Corp. (now a part of EPRI Solutions), Development and Demonstration of DC Photovoltaic Applications: Task 1 Project Results, Draft report (EPRI Solutions, November 6, 2002). See also Barker, P.B., Crudele, F.D., Langley, R., Mansoor, A., Peterson,

    • T.

      , Lauby, M. “Enhancing the Economics of Photovoltaic Power Generation with Innovative Direct Current Applications,” IERE Central America Forum & General Meeting, San Jose, Costa Rica (November, 2003) and Crudele, F.D., Key, T., Mansoor, A., “Commercial and Industrial Applications—Getting Ready for Direct-Current Power Distribution.” IEEE Power Systems Conference and Exposition, New York, New York October 2004.

  • 3.

    See Dennis Woodford, “HDVC Transmission,” Manitoba HVDC Research Centre (March 1998), www.hvdc.ca.

  • 4.

    Galvin Electricity Initiative, Transforming Electricity Service Reliability and Value for the 21st Century (2005), available for download at www.galvinelectricity.org.

  • 5.

    Lionel Barthold, I Mod, Inc., “Current-Modulated HVDC Transmission: An Efficient Way to Convert AC Lines to DC,” PowerPoint presented by Ram Adapa, Ph.D., EPRI.

  • 6.

    EPRI PEAC Corp.(now a part of EPRI Solutions), Development and Demonstration of DC Photovoltaic Applications: Task 1 Project Results, Draft report (November 6, 2002).

  • 7.

    www.efficientpowersupplies.org/efficiency_opportunities.html

  • 8.

    “The Evangelist of Smart Energy,” Business Week (August 1, 2005), www.businessweek.com.

  • 9.

    DC VFDs for pumps are offered by manufacturers including the AquaMax pump (www.worldwater.com) and AeroVironment Universal Solar Pump Controller (www.aerovironment.com).

  • 10.

    Bill Howe, “Power Integrity Appraisal: Colocation Facilities,” Primen Power Quality Service,

    • (2001)

      .

  • 11.

    Industry representatives wishing to participate in this working group on data centers should contact Brian Fortenbery, EPRI Solutions, email BFortenbery@eprisolutions.com.

  • 12.

    Mark Baldwin and David Geary, Baldwin Technologies, “High-Reliability DC Power Distribution System for Critical Power Environments,” a patent-pending presentation for 7x24 Exchange (June 15, 2005). Baldwin technologies, Inc., College Park, MD, tel 303-345-8977, www.baldwintec.com.

  • 13.

    Cisco Systems, Power over Ethernet: Cisco Inline Power and IEEE 802.3af White Pape , available for download at http://cisco.com.

  • 14.

    EPRI PEAC Corp. (now a part of EPRI Solutions), Development and Demonstration of DC Photovoltaic Applications: Task 1 Project Results, Draft report (November 6, 2002).

  • 15.

    Energy Market Profiles database, Energy Use Strategic Service Online Tool. EPRI Solutions (Primen), www.primen.com (subscriber access only).

  • 16.

    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers History Center (IEEE )History Center. Rutgers-The State University, 39 Union Street. New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8538, tel 732-932-1066, contact history@ieee.org. Material available at the IEEE website, www.ieee.org/organizations/history_center.

June 2006

An EPRI White Paper

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