UCLA faculty experts advisory: Major power failures cripple India
By UCLA Newsroom July 31, 2012 Category: Academics & Faculty
India's largest electrical blackout in history continued into its second day today, wreaking havoc on the country's infrastructure and leaving more than half a billion people without power. UCLA has experts.
Rajit Gadh, director of UCLA's Smart Grid Energy Research Center and a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, specializes in electrical power and wireless smart-grid technologies.
Wileen Wong Kromhout | 310-206-0540 | email@example.com
Miriam Golden, a professor of political science, is an expert on Indian politics and society who has studied the energy grid and pricing system in Uttar Pradesh, India's most populous state, as well as the direct link between discounted energy and closely contested political elections.
Meg Sullivan | 310-825-1046 | firstname.lastname@example.org