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The Importance of Arc Flash Analysis

What Causes an Arc Flash? Arc Flash incidents (AFIs) occur from electrical sources and electric potential devices producing electric currents…

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Are You Paying Too Much For Professional Engineering Services?

3 Phase Associates maintains low overheads in order to pass on low rates to customers!

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3 Phase Associates is now an Associate Member of TVPPA

3 Phase Associates is now glad to be part of the Tennessee Valley Public Power Association (TVPPA) as an associate…

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Florida Passes Senate Bill for Power Grid Hardening

Florida passes Senate Bill 796 in order to focus on improving the power grid against storms and other natural disasters.…

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Major Components for Improving Power Distribution Reliability

by the 3 Phase Associates – Engineering Team Power Utilities Are Evolving Since the creation of electric power in the…

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3 Phase Reaches 13% of Goal for Helping End the Alzheimer’s Disease

The 3 Phase Associates Team is helping end the Alzheimer’s disease by supporting the Chattanooga Walk on September 21, 2019…

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Southern California Edison (SCE) Advances $356 Million for Large Electric Vehicles

SCE created a $356 million program to promote the use of more large electric vehicles, such as: buses, trucks, and…

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New York Approves $280 Million for Energy Storage Projects

New York’s approval for $280 million in energy storage is supported by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s New Green Deal for…

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Basic Explanation of the Electric Power Grid

This is a basic explanation and summary of how the electric power grid works – by Matt Cole with 3…

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Is Your Legacy SCADA System Secure?

Is Your Legacy SCADA System Secure? by Matt Cole, 3 Phase Associates, LLC      SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and…

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