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EPRI is holding the next round of its Technology Transfer Awards this evening, honoring innovative industry leaders that have successfully applied EPRI technologies in environmental controls and power delivery and utilization systems. Five engineers from ConEdison will be one of the groups honored this evening for their work in improving transmission of high voltage electricity:
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EPRI research regarding the measures of safety that can be taken against manhole cover explosions is making an impact in New Jersey--the state Board of Public Utilities is citing EPRI's report that recommends the tethering of manhole covers in the event an explosion sends one into the air:
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wow. this is cool. : )
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EPRI’s 2011 Technology Transfer Awards recognize the leaders and the innovators in EPRI's respective areas of research: Generation, Nuclear, Power Delivery & Utilization, and Environment, who have transferred research into applied results that benefit the electricity sector and their customers. The hard work, commitment, and leadership demonstrated by these award winners help make elec¬tricity more affordable, more reliable, and sustainable for this and future generations.
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Our broad array of collaborative RD&D programs focuses on the many specific technology challenges of helping our members provide society with reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible electricity.

EPRI is funded by membership participation in its research activities. Members represent more than 90% of the electricity generated and delivered in the U.S. International participation extends to 40 countries.