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Thursday, September 24, 2020

Education

Event Name

Date

Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants: Session 1

February 26, 2019 2-3:20 PM ET

Abstract:

This tutorial consists of four separate sessions presented by various instructor. Each session will be presented by two instructors for two separate sub-sections. The tutorial will cover the various aspects of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower (A-PSH) plant. The advanced pumped storage hydropower is considered to be a reliable large scale generator and energy storage, able to support high penetration renewable energy in the future power system. The tutorial starts with an overview, the role of PSH, various implementation of A-PSH in different countries, and dynamic modeling of A-PSH. Topics covered in this tutorial include dynamic models developed and deployed in major commercial software platforms for positive sequence stability analysis (e.g. PSSE and PSLF). The experiences of development, commissioning, and validation of A-PSH will be presented by several developers and manufacturers of A-PSH.

Agenda:

  • An Overview of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant
  • The Roles for Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage in the Grid of the Future

Instructors: Eduard Muljadi, Auburn University, and Peter Donalek, Stantec

Intended Audience: practicing electrical engineers, research engineering communities, graduate students and power engineering faculty members, power plant developers, hydropower manufacturers, energy storage developers, utility and independent system operators, policy makers who are interested in large scale deployment of renewable energy, variable generation, inverter based resources to maintain and improve power system reliability and stability.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 2:00 pm - 3:20 pm
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Smart Distribution Session 1: Introduction of DA/DMS

March 1, 2019 10-11:20 AM ET

This session will discuss the roles of DA/DMS in Smart Grid, Standards/regulations in Smart Distribution, Overview of distribution systems, substations, feeders, SA, FA, Framework of a DA/DMS and communication system; advanced DMS applications

Friday, March 01, 2019 10:00 am - 11:20 am
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Smart Distribution Session 2: Distribution System Modeling for DA/DMS

March 6, 2019 10-11:20 AM ET

This session will be an overview of Overview of Distribution System Models, Individual component models (voltage sources), transformers and voltage, Regulators, switch devices, feeder lines, capacitor banks, distribution, generator and big motors, load models, general consumer loads), lEOs and protection devices, static and dynamic data models, etc.

Wednesday, March 06, 2019 10:00 am - 11:20 am
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Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants, Session: 2

March 26, 2019 2-3:20 PM ET

Instructors: Alexander Schwery, Chief Engineer Electrical, GE Renewables Energy and Johann Hell, Andritz

This session will cover:

    • Dynamic Performance of the Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage Hydro, Grid
    • Codes Compliance,and the Advancement in Hydro Power Generation
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 2:00 pm - 3:20 pm
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Smart Distribution System- Session 3: Advanced Real Time Application in DA/DMS

April 22, 2019

This discussion will include Topology Processing, Dispatcher Load Flow, Distribution State Estimation, Fault Detection,Isolation and service Restoration (FDIR), Integrated Voltage/ Var Control {IVVC), ADMS integration with Adjacent Systems·Integration with OMS, Integration with DRMs, Integration with AMI.
Monday, April 22, 2019 10:00 am - 11:20 am
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Smart Distribution System- Session 4: Advanced Analytics Applications in DA/DMS Systems

April 24, 2019

This session will cover Distribution Load Flow Analysis, Short Circuit Analysis Optimal Feeder Reconfiguration, Optimal Capacitor Placement, Feeder Relay Protection Coordination, Maintenance and Outage Planning, Distribution Simulation.
Monday, April 22, 2019 10:00 am - 11:20 am
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Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants, Session 3

April 30,2019

 

This session will cover Dynamic Modeling of Advanced of Pumped Storage Hydro Dynamic Modeling and Dynamic Simulation of Renewables and Energy Storage.
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 2:00 pm - 3:20 pm
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Smart Distribution System- Session 5: Future Developments, ADMS/DER/MG Integration

May 1, 2019

This session will cover Distribution Load Flow Analysis, Short Circuit Analysis Optimal Feeder Reconfiguration, Optimal Capacitor Placement, Feeder Relay Protection Coordination, Maintenance and Outage Planning, Distribution Simulation.
Wednesday, May 01, 2019 10:00 am - 11:20 am
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Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants, Session 4

May 28,2019

 

This course is session 4 of a five part series

The final session will cover Implementation of Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage Hydro in Japan and also discuss Experiences in Operating Advanced Pumped Storage HydroSimulation of Renewables and Energy Storage.

Thursday, May 30, 2019 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Plain Talk About the Electric Power System- Distribution System Session 1

Authors:
Brent Olsen

Session:
1

Session Type:
Plain Talk

Page/Slide Count:
Time: 1.5 hours

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This Webinar:

The focus of this course is to provide attendees with an overview of the issues associated with the planning, engineering, design, operation, and automation of electrical distribution systems. Types of distribution systems and network circuits, as well as engineering issues related to distribution systems will be explored. New concepts in the design, challenges, and operation of smart grid will be addressed.

Session 1, of 4, will discuss Overview & Terminology and Overhead & Underground. Topics covered in the course include an introduction to the types of distribution systems, issues associated with distribution planning such as outages and reliability, distribution engineering considerations relating to radial and secondary networks, and distribution automation. The course also provides an overview of electrical distribution operations, including the roles of utility personnel, construction and maintenance considerations, and trends in the industry. Smart grid and its impact on the distribution system will be explored.

Who would benefit from attending this Plain Talk webinar:
This course is intended for those who are not familiar with the delivery of electricity to the end user.

Register Here

Monday, November 11, 2019 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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Plain Talk About the Electric Power System- Distribution System Session 2

Authors:
Brent Olsen

Session:
2

Session Type:
Plain Talk

Page/Slide Count:
Time: 1.5 hours

Click Here for Details and to Register


This Webinar:

The focus of this course is to provide attendees with an overview of the issues associated with the planning, engineering, design, operation, and automation of electrical distribution systems. Types of distribution systems and network circuits, as well as engineering issues related to distribution systems will be explored. New concepts in the design, challenges, and operation of smart grid will be addressed.

Session 2, of 4, will discuss Distribution Equipment and Power Quality. Topics covered in the course include an introduction to the types of distribution systems, issues associated with distribution planning such as outages and reliability, distribution engineering considerations relating to radial and secondary networks, and distribution automation. The course also provides an overview of electrical distribution operations, including the roles of utility personnel, construction and maintenance considerations, and trends in the industry. Smart grid and its impact on the distribution system will be explored.

Who would benefit from attending this Plain Talk webinar:
This course is intended for those who are not familiar with the delivery of electricity to the end user.

Register Here

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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Plain Talk About the Electric Power System- Distribution System Session 3

Authors:
Brent Olsen

Session:
3

Session Type:
Plain Talk

Page/Slide Count:
Time: 1.5 hours

Click Here for Details and to Register


This Webinar:

The focus of this course is to provide attendees with an overview of the issues associated with the planning, engineering, design, operation, and automation of electrical distribution systems. Types of distribution systems and network circuits, as well as engineering issues related to distribution systems will be explored. New concepts in the design, challenges, and operation of smart grid will be addressed.

Session 3, of 4, will discuss Grid Transition and Planning. Topics covered in the course include an introduction to the types of distribution systems, issues associated with distribution planning such as outages and reliability, distribution engineering considerations relating to radial and secondary networks, and distribution automation. The course also provides an overview of electrical distribution operations, including the roles of utility personnel, construction and maintenance considerations, and trends in the industry. Smart grid and its impact on the distribution system will be explored.

Who would benefit from attending this Plain Talk webinar:
This course is intended for those who are not familiar with the delivery of electricity to the end user.

Register Here

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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Plain Talk About the Electric Power System- Distribution System Session 4

Authors:
Brent Olsen

Session:
4

Session Type:
Plain Talk

Page/Slide Count:
Time: 1.5 hours

Click Here for Details and to Register


This Webinar:

The focus of this course is to provide attendees with an overview of the issues associated with the planning, engineering, design, operation, and automation of electrical distribution systems. Types of distribution systems and network circuits, as well as engineering issues related to distribution systems will be explored. New concepts in the design, challenges, and operation of smart grid will be addressed.

Session 4, of 4, will discuss Operation & Maintenance, Functional Changes and Communication Systems. Topics covered in the course include an introduction to the types of distribution systems, issues associated with distribution planning such as outages and reliability, distribution engineering considerations relating to radial and secondary networks, and distribution automation. The course also provides an overview of electrical distribution operations, including the roles of utility personnel, construction and maintenance considerations, and trends in the industry. Smart grid and its impact on the distribution system will be explored.

Who would benefit from attending this Plain Talk webinar:
This course is intended for those who are not familiar with the delivery of electricity to the end user.

Register Here

Thursday, November 14, 2019 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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Plain Talk About the Electric Power System

December 3-5,2019

 

This course is a 3 part series

 

The focus of the final session is to provide participants with knowledge of how electric power is transferred from generation sources to distribution systems via the interconnected electric bulk power system known as "the grid."

Tuesday, December 03, 2019 8:00 am - Thursday, December 05, 2019 5:00 pm
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LIVE Online Tutorial Transactive Energy Systems: Overview, Theory, Tool, Application, and Trend, Session 1: Introduction

Posted:
15 Dec 2019
Chair:
Steve Widergren
Session Type:
Webinar
Page/Slide Count:
Time: 01:00:00
Recently, Transactive Energy Systems (TES) have gained great interest in the Power and Energy community. TES optimizes the operation of distributed energy resources (DERs) through market-based transactions between participants. The underlying transactive coordination and control (TC2) incorporates the economic concepts and principles into the decision making and controller design of individual market participants, and uses value, in particular, price as the control signal to coordinate and achieve their distinct objectives. It shares the advantages of both direct load control and price responsive control. However, because TES is a newly emerging concept, it is still mysterious to the power community. In this tutorial, pioneering TES researchers will give lectures to demystify TES from different aspects including theory, tool and application.
Thursday, January 16, 2020 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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LIVE Online Tutorial Transactive Energy Systems: Overview, Theory, Tool, Application, and Trend, Session 2: Demystifying Transactive Energy System from Control Perspective: Glossary, Principle & Application

Posted:
15 Dec 2019
Chair:
Steve Widergren
Session Type:
Webinar
Page/Slide Count:
Time: 01:00:00
Recently, Transactive Energy Systems (TES) have gained great interest in the Power and Energy community. TES optimizes the operation of distributed energy resources (DERs) through market-based transactions between participants. The underlying transactive coordination and control (TC2) incorporates the economic concepts and principles into the decision making and controller design of individual market participants, and uses value, in particular, price as the control signal to coordinate and achieve their distinct objectives. It shares the advantages of both direct load control and price responsive control. However, because TES is a newly emerging concept, it is still mysterious to the power community. In this tutorial, pioneering TES researchers will give lectures to demystify TES from different aspects including theory, tool and application.
Friday, January 17, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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LIVE Online Tutorial Transactive Energy Systems: Overview, Theory, Tool, Application, and Trend, Session 4

Posted:
15 Dec 2019
Chair:
Koen Kok
Session Type:
Tutorial
Page/Slide Count:
Time: 01:00:00
Recently, Transactive Energy Systems (TES) have gained great interest in the Power and Energy community. TES optimizes the operation of distributed energy resources (DERs) through market-based transactions between participants. The underlying transactive coordination and control (TC2) incorporates the economic concepts and principles into the decision making and controller design of individual market participants, and uses value, in particular, price as the control signal to coordinate and achieve their distinct objectives. It shares the advantages of both direct load control and price responsive control. However, because TES is a newly emerging concept, it is still mysterious to the power community. In this tutorial, pioneering TES researchers will give lectures to demystify TES from different aspects including theory, tool and application.
Wednesday, March 04, 2020 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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LIVE Online Tutorial Transactive Energy Systems: Overview, Theory, Tool, Application, and Trend, Session 1: Introduction

Posted:
15 Dec 2019
Chair:
Steve Widergren
Session Type:
Tutorial
Page/Slide Count:
Time: 01:20:00
Recently, Transactive Energy Systems (TES) have gained great interest in the Power and Energy community. TES optimizes the operation of distributed energy resources (DERs) through market-based transactions between participants. The underlying transactive coordination and control (TC2) incorporates the economic concepts and principles into the decision making and controller design of individual market participants, and uses value, in particular, price as the control signal to coordinate and achieve their distinct objectives. It shares the advantages of both direct load control and price responsive control. However, because TES is a newly emerging concept, it is still mysterious to the power community. In this tutorial, pioneering TES researchers will give lectures to demystify TES from different aspects including theory, tool and application.
Thursday, April 16, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:20 pm
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LIVE Webinar: Toward Extreme Fast Charging: Challenges and Opportunities in Directly Connecting to MV Line

Topic:

Toward Extreme Fast Charging: Challenges and Opportunities in Directly Connecting to MV Line

 

Presented by:
Srdjan Srdic, PhD, Director of R&D, Egston Power Electronics, GmbH and Srdjan M. Lukic, PhD, Associate Professor
North Carolina State University

 

This webinar:
The current state-of-the-art in fast charging technologies will be presented in this webinar. The state-of-the-art dc fast chargers, their design and main characteristics, as well as the ways in which these chargers can be combined to form fast charging stations that mimic the functionality of a gasoline refueling station, will be discussed. The power delivery concepts for these charging stations, advantages and disadvantages of the current and proposed approaches will be reviewed. Finally, a novel approach will be presented, where charging station connects directly to the medium voltage line, thus eliminating a number of power electronics conversion stages, as well as the low-frequency step down transformer. The significant benefits of this technology when considering extreme fast charging rates will be discussed, and the key technology gaps in making this technology more widely adopted will be identified.

 

What can attendees expect to learn:
The attendees can expect to learn about the state-of-the-art dc fast charging systems. The attendees will also learn about the power delivery concepts for charging stations and their advantages and drawbacks. A novel approach, where charging station connects directly to the medium voltage line, will be presented and its advantages, when considering extreme fast charging rates, will be discussed. The key technical and non-technical challenges towards wider adoption of this technology will be identified.

 

Who would benefit/Who should attend:
Engineers and managers interested in EV fast charging and transportation electrification in general.

 

Presenters bio:
Srdjan Srdic (M'09 -SM'17) received the B.S., M.S and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from University of Belgrade, Serbia, in 2004, 2010, and 2013, respectively. From 2005 to 2015, he was with the Department of Power Engineering, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, where he served as a Teaching Assistant and an Assistant Professor. From 2015 to 2019, he was with North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, as a Research Assistant Professor. Currently, he is with EGSTON Power Electronics GmbH, where he serves as Director of R&D. His research interests include power hardware-in-the-loop systems and SiC-based medium-voltage and low-voltage power converters for automotive industry and renewable energy applications.

Thursday, April 30, 2020 11:00 am - 12:20 pm
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LIVE Online Tutorial Transactive Energy Systems: Overview, Theory, Tool, Application, and Trend, Session 2

Posted:
15 Dec 2019
Chair:
Jianming (Jamie) Lian, Ph.D.
Session Type:
Webinar
Page/Slide Count:
Time: 01:20:00
Recently, Transactive Energy Systems (TES) have gained great interest in the Power and Energy community. TES optimizes the operation of distributed energy resources (DERs) through market-based transactions between participants. The underlying transactive coordination and control (TC2) incorporates the economic concepts and principles into the decision making and controller design of individual market participants, and uses value, in particular, price as the control signal to coordinate and achieve their distinct objectives. It shares the advantages of both direct load control and price responsive control. However, because TES is a newly emerging concept, it is still mysterious to the power community. In this tutorial, pioneering TES researchers will give lectures to demystify TES from different aspects including theory, tool and application.
Friday, May 01, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:20 pm
This event does not repeat

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