Our team is motivated by a belief that better data on grid reliability is critical to support urban and community energy resilience in low- and middle-income countries. We care deeply about global energy justice and believe reliable, critical infrastructure is a fundamental human right.
This blog is a space to host our work, ideas and perspectives in the global effort to provide reliable access to electricity for all.
What Can Voltages Tell Us About the Structure of the Grid?
Jan 19, 2023
From Measurements to KPIs: Estimating SAIDI at nLine
Jan 11, 2023
Mohini Bariya, Molly Hickman, Genevieve Flaspohler
A Clustering Algorithm for Power Outage Detection
Jan 5, 2023
Margaret Odero, Mohini Bariya
12 Months, 150 Villages and 600 Households: Insights from Newly Grid-Connected Villages in Kenya
Sep 27, 2022
Margaret Odero, Ale Wall
Backstage Pass: GridWatch Sensors
Jun 21, 2022
Ale Wall, Marguerite Cauchois
Rekindling the Mission: My Sensor Deployment Shadowing Experience in Kenya
Apr 11, 2022
Reflecting on My Experience Deploying Power Measurement Sensors at Health Clinics in Rwanda
Mar 29, 2022
What’s Reliability Without Voltage Quality?
Mar 15, 2022
Susanna Berkower, Joshua Adkins, Eric Hsu, Noah Klugman, Adam Streff, Alexandra Wall
Measuring Outages and Voltage Quality in Rural Kenya: Engineering Lessons Learned
Feb 28, 2022
Margaret Odero, Joshua Adkins
Under the Hood: What We’re Up to at nLine
Jan 17, 2022
Introduction to nLine
Dec 10, 2021