Print and Radio
- Peter Fairley. Blackout Threat Unmitigated a Decade After the Northeast Went Dark IEEE Spectrum, Aug. 14, 2013.
- Dan Bobkoff, National Public Radio, August 14, 2013, 10 Years After The Blackout, How Has The Power Grid Changed?
- Kurzweil, August 16, 2012, Crowdsourcing expertise
- Vermont Edition, May 18, 2011, Bringing Smart Grid To Vermont
- Vermont Edition, Mar. 15, 2011, From Generator To Light Swicth: How The Power Grid Works
- Science magazine, Editor's choice, 29 October 2010, What keeps the power on?
- U.S. News and World Report, Study: It's hard to bring down the electric grid.
- Science Daily, Why It's Hard to Crash the Electric Grid, Oct. 12, 2010. [local pdf]
- Science 2.0. Despite Hysteria, The Electric Grid Is Not That Easy To Crash.
- NewsWise. Why It's Hard to Crash the Electric Grid.
- R&D Magazine Why it's hard to crash the electric grid.
- JR Minkel. The 2003 Northeast Blackout--Five Years Later. Scientific American. Aug. 13, 2008. [local pdf]
Visualizing cascading failures
A visualization of a cascading failure in the Polish test system
MechGrid: A Mechanical Power Grid Simulator
A power grid made out of LEGOs! More info coming soon
Electricity Production from 100% Renewable Energy (translated)
KBS News (Korea), 22 Aug 2015 [특파원 eye] 전기 100% 신재생 에너지로 생산
Why Power Grids Fail in Spectacular Ways, and What to Do About It
TEDxUVM, 2012: big SCALE...big FAIL?
Vermont Public Television and Vermont EPSCoR's Emerging Science
UVM Smart Grid conference on May 17, 2011.