Focus on New Faculty: Line Roald is Reshaping the Power Grid for a Renewable Energy Future

The energy infrastructure that powers our world was largely built to transmit electricity from traditional sources like coal-fired or nuclear power plants. As more and more electricity comes from renewable sources like solar and wind, however, big changes are necessary to ensure that the grid remains reliable and secure.

Line Roald, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is finding solutions to keep electricity flowing without interruptions so that our power can be green. Read the full article here.