The emergence of interconnected grids

As we have already written in our article “The beginnings of the electrification of Germany“, electric current was initially only needed for lighting. Each of these lighting installations had its own generator, which was driven either by a steam engine or a stationary gas engine. In 1888, Nikola Tesla patented the first electric motor for

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Who invented electricity?

In our modern society, almost nothing works without electricity. Electricity is needed for practically all areas of life. Without electricity, our modern society would come to a standstill. The use of electricity is omnipresent. With the article “Who invented electricity?” we want to start a small series in which we give an overview of the

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