Tandon in the News
'They Dragged Their Feet': Con Ed's plan for heat waves is years behind schedule
… “You can think about a heat wave as an invisible Hurricane Sandy, meaning that they both push the power grid to its limits,” said Yury Dvorkin, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering a New York University [Tandon School of Engineering] who specializes in electrical grids and climate resiliency. “Heat waves are more predictable in the sense that they don’t happen once in a while. They happen regularly.