Year of Graduation
Professor Eric Bish
GE Renewable Energy is a subsidiary of General Electric Company that focuses on engineering energy products, grid solutions, and digital services for customers that are reliable, affordable, accessible, and sustainable. The focus of this ENGG 390 project was to improve the firm’s intelligence around electricity transmission for wind projects by understanding the impact of interconnection queue time, cost, status, and overall transmission policy. Tools were created, collecting specific indicators that inform decision making on projects for GE to bid into as a supplier, allowing for improved data management and confident decision making when pursuing projects.
Level of Access
Restricted: Campus/Dartmouth Community Only Access
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Opio, Joel Wilson Omara, "Development of Database and Visualization Tools for Assessing the Health of Transmission for Wind Projects in the United States" (2021). ENGG 390 Reports (MEM Students). 121.
Available to Dartmouth community via local IP address.