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Sunday, February 26, 2017

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PES Webinar - Making the Most of Your PES Membership

IEEE Power & Energy Society Webinar Series

Making the Most of Your PES Membership

April 29, 2014 2 p.m eastern [note change in time]

Presented by Dr. Henry Louie, PES VP of Membership & Image

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/pes-webinar-membership-april-2014

 

This webinar:

PES has over 32,000 members worldwide and is adding more each day. This webinar describes the PES organization, what it can do for you and your career, and how to maximize your member benefits. Topics include newly introduced membership benefits such as the Resource Center, how to participate in local Chapter events, how to become involved in technical activities, and how to publish in PES journals and magazines.  New PES members, and those considering membership, are especially encouraged to participate.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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IEEE PES Membership Webinar Series-Chapter Websites: Templates, Resources and Best Practices November 2014

IEEE Power & Eneergy Society Membership Webinar Series

Chapter Websites: Templates, Resources and Best Practices

November 3, 2014 4:00 p.m eastern

Presented by Darrell Ross, Milsoft Utility Solutions

Information and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/pes-webinar-membership-nov-2014

A website is a must for any professional organization in the 21st century. IEEE Entity provides an excellent introduction for a basic website

This Webinar: 

 

Will cover IEEE PES Seattle Chapter’s experience with using the IEEE Entity webhosting to create a responsive website. Enhancements you can make to your website which we will cover include: calendars with a widget showing upcoming events and linking to other calendar feeds; using forms to coordinate RSVPs to events, nominations, and member feedback; linking polls to your website; managing more content by delegating tasks.

Professionals of today expect any organization they join to have a solid online presence with a dynamic website that keeps them up to date. Building a website from scratch takes more resources than the average volunteer has time for. IEEE Entity provides hosting and an installation of WordPress which allows a person with limited webmastering experience and good technical ability (definition of many engineers I hope!) to run a high quality dynamic website. Getting started can be a bit daunting. This presentation starts where the IEEE Entity’s introduction document ends

For more information on PES membership see http://www.ieee-pes.org/about-pes/member-benefits

 

 

Monday, November 03, 2014 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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PES Webinar: State of Power Engineering Education in the U.S. and Canada: Overview of the 2013-2014 University Survey Results June 2015

 

IEEE Power & Energy Society Webinar Series

State of Power Engineering Education in the U.S. and Canada:
Overview of the 2013-2014 University Survey Results

June 2, 2015 3:00 p.m eastern

 

Presented by Dennis Ray, Power Systems Engineering Research Center

Information and registration: http://ieee-pes.org/pes-webinar-survey-results-june-2015

 

This webinar:

For over 40 years, the Power & Energy Education Committee of the IEEE PES has periodically conducted a survey of universities in the U.S. and Canada. The objectives of a revised on-line survey for the 2013-2014 academic year were to gather information about curriculum and faculty from electrical engineering, four year institutions (1) to promote power engineering careers and education opportunities, (2) to facilitate advancement in power engineering education, and (3) to assess the state of power engineering education and research from a national perspective. The results show that student interest in power and energy engineering has almost doubled since the 2005-2006 survey and that faculty numbers have grown to produce a healthier percentage of young professors. Future challenges are how to best prepare for the coming wave of retirements of experienced faculty, and to understand and respond to the issues associated with high dependency on government support for power engineering research. 

University faculty and students; industry engineers, management, and human relations professionals; and government personnel interested in energy workforce development will benefit from this webinar.

 

Tuesday, June 02, 2015 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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IEEE PES Young Professionals Webinar The Road to Becoming a Professional Engineer (PE) July 1, 2015

IEEE Power & Energy Society Young Professionals Webinar Series

The Road to Becoming a Professional Engineer (PE)

July 1, 2015 1:00pm Eastern

Presented by Kevin Maynard P.E.
Technical Leader, Eaton Corporation

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/webinar-young-professionals-becoming-a-pe 

This Webinar: 

A great deal of people are aware of the process and path towards degrees in higher education though not as many people know the process and path towards obtaining your professional engineer certification. This talk will provide a road map of how to obtain a professional engineers license using several case studies across the United States. An attendee will see the benefit of obtaining the certification from both a career growth and educational stand point. An attendee will also be able to identify if their career choices would be enhanced by achieving professional certification. Topics of discussion will also include preparation techniques for the FE and the PE, ways to document design experience, and engineering ethics law after you have your license. Recent graduates and engineers in the first 5 years of their careers should attend this webinar. All engineers interested in professional growth will benefit by attendance at this webinar.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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IEEE PES Webinar Series: A Condensed History of IEEE and PES July 2015

IEEE Power & Energy Society Webinar Series

A Condensed History of IEEE and PES 

July 6, 2015 2:00pm Eastern

Presented by Robert A. Dent, PES History Committee Chair

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/pes-webinar-ieee-pes-history-july-2015

This Webinar:

This webinar provides a brief exposition of the two founding institutes of IEEE: AIEE (American Institute of Electrical Engineers) and IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers). It will describe the formation of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) through the merger of AIEE and IRE. AIEE had a strong technical component in power engineering, however, after the merger there was a recognized need for a power group which eventually became PES (Power & Energy Society). The webinar concludes with a review of PES today and its success. 

Anyone interested in the history of technology, especially electric power engineering, will find this webinar of interest.

Monday, July 06, 2015 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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PES Webinar - Electric Utility Crossroads Includes Renewables, Storage and a Workforce in Transition July 2015

IEEE PES Women in Power Webinar Series

Electric Utility Crossroads Includes Renewables, Storage and a Workforce in Transition

14 July 2015 12:00 pm eastern

Presented by Wanda Reder, Chief Strategy Officer, S&C Electric Company

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/pes-women-in-power-electric-utility-crossroads

This Webinar

With significant workforce attrition on the horizon, Wanda has been promoting efforts to attract and educate the necessary talent for the power industry.  Her efforts have served to bolster industry image, increase outreach efforts and rebuild power related curriculums.   This presentation discusses the workforce transition that is needed given the significant industry changes that are underway. Business model changes, the importance of diversity to successfully innovate, knowledge management and impacts on corporate culture are a few of the topics that will be discussed to build the next generation workforce.

 

 

 

Tuesday, July 14, 2015 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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PES Webinar - PES General Meeting First Time Attendees Informational Webinar July 2015

IEEE Power & Energy Society Membership Webinar Series

PES General Meeting First Time Attendees Informational Webinar

15 July 2015 2:00 pm eastern

Presented by Henry Louie, PES VP of Membership & Image

Info and registration: http://ieee-pes.org/pes-webinar-new-gm-attendee-orientation-july-2015

The General Meeting is the signature annual conference for the IEEE Power & Energy Society. The conference features numerous panel, paper and poster sessions, technical and administrative committee meetings, supersessions and receptions. This webinar provides an overview of the General Meeting, highlighting special sessions and events. This webinar is intended for first-time attendees and attendees that want to make the most of their time at the conference. Ample time will be given to answer common questions such as: which events require additional registration fees to attend? Can I participate in a committee meeting? What is the difference between a paper session and a panel session? What should I wear?  An in-person version of this webinar will also be given at the General Meeting on July 26th at 3PM to 4PM in room Governor’s Square 14.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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PES Webinar- Going 100% Renewable Energy

IEEE Power & Energy Society Young Professionals Webinar Series 

Going 100% Renewable Energy 

24 July 2015 5:00 pm eastern

Presented by Mustafa Almomani, IndyAct Jordan

Info and Registration: http://ieee-pes.org/webinar-young-professionals-going-100-percent-renewable 

This Webinar:

 Examines why we should go 100% renewable energy with several case studies and examples across the world and what we are doing in Go100%RE campaign in Jordan. It will also cover what kind of skills and knowledge that the engineers would need to become part of the movement toward achieving 100% renewable energy.

 

Friday, July 24, 2015 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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IEEE PES Webinar- Analysis of Ground Networks Interconnected Electrical Systems Including Power Generators Using Renewable Resources August 2015

IEEE Power & Energy Society Women in Power Webinar Series

Analysis of Ground Networks Interconnected Electrical Systems Including Power Generators Using Renewable Resources

27 August 2015  11:00 am eastern

Presented by Federico Machado,
Academic Director Laboratory Power, Don Bosco University, El Salvador

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/pes-women-in-power-analysis-ground-networks

This webinar:

The grounding system is an important component in the protections on electrical installations. Different ways exist of generating electricity from renewable resources, including the need to locate support structures in areas exposed to a variety of inclement weather, including lightning.

Additionally, many of the control and monitoring equipment for generators of renewable energy, have a high degree of sensitivity to perturbations due to the nature of electronic components and, finally, there is the inclusion of existing charges, which will require connection commissioning network ground to establish its protections against disturbances in the distribution network.

With the need to connect all computers in generation and loads to the ground network commissioning, reflection arises if you have a single system which connects all loads is necessary and sufficient to protect the equipment or, in another scenario, install earthing systems dedicated individually.

This webinar identifies the need for individual networks interconnected with a desire to improve the level of protection of equipment and personnel in the event of electrical shock.

This webinar will benefit those involved with new installations or maintenance of grounding systems at home or industrial edification.

 

 

Thursday, August 27, 2015 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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IEEE PES Webinar: How Micro-Utilities Can Eliminate Energy Poverty September 2015

 

IEEE Power & Energy Society Women in Power Webinar Series

 

How Micro-Utilities Can Eliminate Energy Poverty

 

8 September 2015  2:00 pm eastern

Presented by Henry Louie, Seattle University

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/pes-webinar-micro-utilities-eliminate-energy-poverty

This Webinar:

Micro-utilities present an opportunity to supply electricity to some of the 1.2 billion people without access to the grid. These small-scale systems are often powered by renewable resources and rely on innovative entrepreneurs in less economically developed countries. This webinar provides the context for micro-utilities and their technologies and business models. The webinar also highlights IEEE Smart Village—an initiative seeking to empower off-grid communities through education and creation of sustainable, affordable and locally-owned entrepreneurial energy businesses. Experiences from electrification projects in Kenya, Zambia and elsewhere are used to illustrate key points.

 

 

 

Tuesday, September 08, 2015 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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IEEE PES Webinar Young Professionals DC Solar Plant Design Basics

IEEE Power & Energy Society Young Professionals Webinar Series

DC Solar Plant Design Basics

1 October 2016 12:30 om eastern

Presented by Biren Patel, President of Biren Patel Engineering

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/webinar-young-professionals-dc-solar-plant-design-basics

This Webinar:

Utility engineers today deal with an increasing number of solar plant interconnection requests. While most are familiar with the AC behavior of these plants, many are not involved at the DC level. This presentation will explore basic design considerations on the developer side of the Point of Interconnection (POI), such as site layout, tilt options, modules, DC conductors, and inverters.

Thursday, October 01, 2015 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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PES Webinar- Is My Electricity Rate Reasonable? October 2015

 IEEE Power & Energy Society

Women in Power Webinar Series

Is my Electricity Rate Reasonable?

October 8, 2015 12:00pm eastern

Presented by: Dr. Jessica Bian, Staff Engineer, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

This Webinar:

This webinar will provide an overview of US federal regulation of public utilities. This includes presentations on how the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is organized, what FERC regulates, and when/how FERC acts with the best interests of the customer in mind, including rate revision/challenge process and some FERC orders of interest. 

 

Thursday, October 08, 2015 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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IEEE PES Webinar - A PMU in Every Household? GPS Time Synchronized Wide-Area Power Grid Monitoring October 2015

 

IEEE Power & Energy Society Technical Webinar Series

 

A PMU in Every Household? GPS Time Synchronized Wide-Area Power Grid Monitoring

October 20, 2015  2:00 pm eastern 

Presented by Yilu Liu, The University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Info and Registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/webinar-pmu-every-household-oct-2015

This Webinar:

Will introduce distribution level synchrophasor monitoring and how it could help with real time situational awareness.

Synchrophasor-based wide-area power system monitoring systems are being increasingly deployed in power grids worldwide. The high-resolution timesynchronized phasor measurements can help with understanding, forecasting, or even controlling the power grid in real-time. Various "measurement-based" applications has been spawn for power system situation awareness, operation, and control. This developing technology holds the potential to help grid operators interpret the status of power grid operation, take proactive measures to prevent blackouts, and facilitate the integration of renewable energy sources. 

Some fascinating observations, such as interconnection-level electromechanical wave propagation, regional blackout, and super bowl grid frequency swings, will be demonstrated using measurement data collected from the actual U.S. grids. 

Power company practicing engineers and executives, government regulators, academia, researchers, students will find this webinar of interest.

 

 

 

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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PES Webinar- Smart Village- Going Beyond the Light Bulb November 2015

 IEEE Power & Energy Society

Women in Power Webinar Series

Smart Village- Going Beyond the Light Bulb

November 10, 2015 12:00pm eastern

Presented by: Nirupama Prakash Kumar - Product Manager, Business Development, NextEra Energy Resources

This Webinar:

This webinar will introduce IEEE Smart Village and its various initiatives to achieve its vision. IEEE Smart Village has been striving to get basic electrical services to a million people in 5 years, in the most underserved regions of the world, through renewable energy sources. Its ultimate goal is to get electrical services to 50 million people in the next 10 years. However, IEEE Smart Village aims to go beyond just lighting and electrical services. Through its model of partnerships with local NGOs and Entrepreneurs, it strives to create local businesses and local jobs. Through its initiatives in education and community based solutions, it aims to create community development with lasting change. All these initiatives make IEEE Smart Village unique, in the sense that it is going ‘beyond the light bulb’ to create truly Smart Villages around the world. 

Tuesday, November 10, 2015 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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PES Webinar- Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone

IEEE Power & Energy Society Women in Power Webinar Series
Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone
Life Balance Discussion from a Young Professional Woman in the Power Industry
Presented by Simay Akar - Overseas Marketing Manager, Talesun Solar
Thursday, January 28, 2016
12:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time)

Info and Registration: pes-webinar-life-begins-at-the-end-of-your-comfort-zone-january-2016 

This Webinar:

Achieving Balance, Confidence and Personal Strength in Your Life.

Presented by Simay Akar - Overseas Marketing Manager, Talesun Solar

 

Thursday, January 28, 2016 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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PES Women in Power Webinar Series - Data Analytics in Distribution Systems February 2016

IEEE Power & Energy Society Women in Power Webinar Series

Data Anaylitics in Distribtution Systems

February 17, 2016  12:00 pm eastern

Presented by Dr. Dimitra Apostolopoulou

Info and registration: http://www.ieee-pes.org/webinar-microgrids-planning-july-2013

This Webinar:

The electric grid is currently undergoing a significant renovation process towards the so-called smart grid, featuring larger hosting capacity, widespread penetration of renewable energy sources, better quality of service, and higher reliability. One of the major aspects of this modernization is the widespread deployment of dispersed measurement, monitoring, and actuation devices. High-speed, fully integrated, two-way communication technologies make the grid dynamic and transactive for real-time information and power exchange will create a near plug-and-play environment. The deployment of smart devices and communication technologies enable the introduction of powerful data analytic capabilities, such as state estimation in distribution systems and unbalance monitoring. In this presentation, various aspects of the aforementioned will be discussed. 

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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PES Women in Power Webinar Series- Planning & Operation of the Utility of the Future

 
IEEE Power & Energy Society Women in Power Webinar Series
Planning & Operation of the Utility of the Future

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 1:00 pm eastern

Presented by Dr. Shay Bahramirad
 

 This Webinar:

The electric grid is undergoing transformations enabled by the integration of new technologies, such as advanced communication and power electronic devices, and the increasing penetration of distributed generation. There is a declining electric load growth due to, e.g., increased energy efficiency, customer self-generation, and low natural gas prices. Small and utility-scale renewable resources, such as solar and wind distributed energy resources, batteries, plug-in electric vehicles (EV), have begun to complement large coal, gas, and oil-fired power plants. Customers require increased reliability and power quality, more energy management capabilities, and decreased electricity costs. Such changes introduce a new paradigm in the cultural infrastructure of power systems, which requires a great deal of cooperation between utilities, power generation companies, consumers, governments, and regulators. In this webinar, the process of developing transformational grid control algorithms and architectures that optimize the usage of flexible load and distributed energy resources as well as the leveraging of physical assets and communications network infrastructure to develop the utility of the future will be discussed.

The Presenter

Dr. Shay Bahramirad, IEEE Senior Member, the Director of Smart Grid and Technology, serves as a strategic business leader in Commonwealth Edison, the electric Utility in Illinois, working on the transformation to the 21st century power grid and the new energy economy. Her major responsibilities include leading Smart Grid organization across ComEd to develop the vision, business models, and investment strategy of the grid of the future initiatives such as merging technologies, microgrids and smart city deployments. She is an Adjunct Professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology, teaching Microgrids, Elements of Sustainable Energy, and Smart Grid.

Dr. Bahramirad holds multiple advanced degrees, including a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology. She is the Chair of the board of IEEE PES Women in Power, Technical Chair of the 2016 IEEE PES T&D Conference, Advisory Committee Member of the Great Lakes Symposium on Smart Grid and the New Energy Economy, Guest Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, and Guest Editor-in-Chief of the Electricity Journal, special issue on Energy of the Future - Applications to Illinois

Tuesday, March 01, 2016 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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PES Webinar - Electrifying Africa Through 2016 IEEE PES Power Africa Conference

IEEE Power & Energy Society Membership Webinar Series

Electrifying Africa through 2016 IEEE PES Power Africa Conference

9 May 2016 • 2:00 pm Eastern

Presented by Dr. Urenna Onyewuchi, Senior Power System Engineer, Corning Inc.
DR. Lawrence E. Jones, VP, Utility Innovations & Infrastructure Resilience, Alstom Grid Inc. 
Bai K Blyden, Senior Engineer, Southern Nuclear Services

 

Learn More and Register Here

 

This Webinar:

The continent of Africa has a population of over 1 billion people and is the world’s second most populous continent. About two-thirds of its population lives without electricity. The Global Finance Magazine puts the majority of the poorest countries in the world in Africa. Electrifying Africa will play an important role in enabling socio-economic development on the continent. This webinar will provide details on the 2016 IEEE PES Power Africa Conference taking place in Livingstone, Zambia this June, with theme: “Electrifying Africa–Affordable Energy Enabling Socio-Economic Development.” This year’s conference highlights off-grid electrification, though our program addresses technical and non-technical aspects of off-grid and on-grid electrification.

Dr. Urenna Onyewuchi will share statistics on electricity in Africa, conference details, current affairs on power in and affecting African countries, and financed projects on the continent. Mr. Bai Blyden will speak on developing and growing power and energy skillsets in Africa. Dr. Lawrence Jones of the Edison Electric Institute will be speaking on investments and breakthrough technologies to help electrify Africa.

Monday, May 09, 2016 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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PES Webinar - Ancillary Service for Transmission Systems by Tap Stagger Operation in Distribution Networks

IEEE Power & Energy Society Publications Webinar Series

Ancillary Service for Transmission Systems by Tap Stagger Operation in Distribution Networks

19 May 2016 • 11:00 am Eastern

Presented by Dr. Haiyu Li, the University of Manchester, UK

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This Webinar:

With the integration of intermittent renewable generation, transmission voltage problems have become more dynamic. The deployment and tuning of numbers of VAr compensators at various locations may not be cost-effective. This webinar will introduce an alternative method, which utilises the distribution network assets, such as a large number of parallel transformers, to provide reactive power absorption services for transmission systems. The operation of parallel transformers in safe and small different tap positions (i.e. with staggered taps) can provide a means of absorbing reactive power. The aggregated VAr absorption from many pairs of parallel transformers could be used to provide voltage support to the upstream transmission network.

This webinar will discuss both the economic and dynamic impacts of the proposed method. For the economic analysis, the associated costs of applying the tap staggering technique are investigated from the perspective of transmission system operators. In addition, the dynamic impacts of tap staggering on transmission voltages are compared with the switching of shunt reactors. The outcomes from this research could potentially lead to a new reactive power ancillary service involving distribution networks, which may be treated as a smart grid tool to enhance the transmission system VAr management in the future.

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The Presenters:

Dr. Haiyu Li

Dr. Haiyu Li is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester (UoM) and an expert of "Power System Automation and Communication Systems" with emphasis on the applied sciences for the development of more flexible and sustainable power systems or Smart Grid for the future. His previous industry career included 5 years (1985-1989) research and development experience in the First Research Institute of the Ministry of Information Industry in Shanghai, China, and 2 years (3/1998- 1999) R&D experience in AREVA T&D Power System Protection and Control Ltd (formerly ALSTOM), Stafford, UK.

Dr. H. Li had led or involved many research projects, including EPSRC projects of "GPS synchronised wide area current differential protection", "Predicting and optimising reliable performance of distribution systems", National Grid projects of "AS3 architecture design and reliability assessment", "Design and implementation of analogue to digital merging units test bed", and "400kV voltage transformer frequency response test bed”, EDF funded project of "Impedance matching circuit design and optimisation for power line communications", and etc. He had led two Ofgem LCNF funded projects: Tier 1 “Voltage control options on low voltage busbars"; Tier 2 "Customer load active system services - CLASS" with the total value of £9M. Recently he has been the Primary Investigator (PI) for the £300k of National Grid NIA fund for “VSATT” project and £475k from Ofgem award Scottish Power NIC fund “FITNESS” project with the total value of £13M. He has published 80+ Journals and international conferences papers, 2 Technical Brochures in CIGRE and CIRED, and 2 Patents. He is a Member of IEEE and IET and a Chartered Engineer.

Thursday, May 19, 2016 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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PES Webinar - A Review of Hybrid Renewable/Alternative Energy Systems for Electric Power Generation: Configurations, Control and Applications

IEEE Power & Energy Society Publications Webinar Series

A Review of Hybrid Renewable/Alternative Energy Systems for Electric Power Generation: Configurations, Control and Applications

23 June 2016 • 12:00 pm Eastern

Presented by Dr. Hashem Nehrir, Montana State University

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This Webinar:

This presentation is on the paper, prepared by a special task force of the IEEE PES Renewable Technologies Subcommittee of the Energy Development & Power Generation Committee, is a review of hybrid renewable/alternative energy (RE/AE) power generation systems focusing on energy sustainability. It highlights some important issues and challenges in the design and energy management of hybrid RE/AE systems. System configurations, generation unit sizing, storage needs, and energy management and control are addressed. Statistics on the current status and future trend of renewable power generation, as well as some critical challenges facing the widespread deployment of RE/AE power generation technologies and vision for future research in this area are also presented. The comprehensive list of references given at the end of the paper should be helpful to researchers working in this area.

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The Presenters:

Dr. Hashem Nehrir

Dr. Hashem Nehrir is a Professor in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at Montana State University-Bozeman. His current research is focused on intelligent control and multiagent system applications to power/energy management of hybrid renewable energy systems and microgrids. He is the Vice Chair of the Renewable Technologies Subcommittee of IEEE-PES, Life Fellow of IEEE, and selected to receive the 2016 IEEE-PES Ramakumar Family Renewable Energy Excellence Award.

Thursday, June 23, 2016 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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