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Benefits of HVDC Transmission Systems Explained by Culbertson & Curci in Power Magazine

Alternating current electricity has long been the standard — most transmission lines carry AC power. But high-voltage direct current technology is more reliable for routes running longer than 300 miles, making it ideal for bulk power transfer. 

George Culbertson and Vince Curci weigh in on HVDC in one of Power Magazine’s latest articles, “Benefits of High-Voltage Direct Current Transmission Systems.”