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Monday, July 04, 2022

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LIVE Online Tutorial Transactive Energy Systems: Overview, Theory, Tool, Application, and Trend, Session 3

Posted:
15 Dec 2019
Chair:
Haiwang Zhong
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 08, 2020 11:00 am - 12:20 pm
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PES Webinar - Introduction to the IEEE PES Electric Machinery Committee (EMC)

Webinar Title: Introduction to the IEEE PES Electric Machinery Committee (EMC)

Date: Tuesday, May 12 @ 11:00AM - 12:00PM EST

Webinar Registrationhttps://resourcecenter.ieee-pes.org/education/webinars/PES_Ed_Web_EMC_Intro_051220.html

Webinar Description: This webinar will introduce IEEE members to the Committee, allowing them to consider the potential benefits and contributions of joining. Topics will include: Scope, 2019 Accomplishments & 2020 Strategic Goals, Committee & Subcommittee Organization, Active Working Groups, Upcoming Meetings

Presenter Bio: John Yagielski is a graduate of Clarkson University (BSEE-90) and Rensselaer (MSEPE-93). He has worked at GE Power and GE Global Research in Schenectady, New York since 1990, most recently as the Senior Principal Engineer for Electric Machines within the Electric Power team at the Global Research Center. Since joining GRC, his focus has been on electric machines for hybrid aviation, as well as renewable power generation. For the previous 28 years he worked on or led teams developing and testing new air and hydrogen-cooled turbo-generators, with roles in both engineering and manufacturing quality. Mr. Yagielski has been an IEEE member for 25 years and is currently the Chair of the Power & Energy Society's Electric Machine Committee

Tuesday, May 12, 2020 11:00 am - 12:00 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:
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.
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:20 pm
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IEEE PES Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry - Response to COVID-19

Webinar Title:  IEEE PES Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry - Response to COVID-19

Date: Wednesday, May 20 @ 11:30AM - 12:30PM ET

Webinar Registrationhttps://resourcecenter.ieee-pes.org/education/webinars/PES_Ed_Web_COVID-19_052020.html

Webinar Description:

The IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) Industry Technical Support Leadership Committee (ITSLC) prepared a knowledge sharing whitepaper to collect practical experiences from electric utilities and system operators around the world who have been facing the challenge of COVID-19. This presentation will provide an overview of the whitepaper's results, focusing on the impact COVID-19 has had on the electric grid and the general industry, along with best practices for mitigation of the pandemic's effects. Generating, transmitting and distributing electricity is a critical service, not just for the industry, but for the communities who rely upon safe, reliable power. The ideas, strategies, and best practices emerging in the energy industry during this crisis also have the potential to provide insight on how the industry can evolve to meet a transforming electric grid in an increasingly digital world.


Presenter Bio:
Dr. Aleksi Paaso is Director of Distribution Planning, Smart Grid & Innovation at Commonwealth Edison (ComEd), the electric utility serving Northern Illinois, including city of Chicago. He is responsible for ComEd's distribution planning activities, distributed energy resource interconnection, as well as Smart Grid strategy and project execution. He is a senior member of the IEEE and Technical Co-Chair for the 2020 IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Conference and Exposition. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Kentucky.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
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IEEE PES Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry's First Response to COVID-19: Part II - Technical Impacts

IEEE PES Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry's First Response to COVID-19: Part II - Technical Impacts

LIVE Webinar EVENT June 9, 2020 (11:30AM ET)

Register here: https://resourcecenter.ieee-pes.org/education/webinars/PES_Ed_Web_COVID-19_060920.html

 

Presenter:
Vijay Vittal, Regents' Professor and Ira A. Fulton Chair Professor, Arizona State University. Prof. Vittal is a Regents' Professor and the Ira A. Fulton Chair Professor at Arizona State University. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering. He has been a member of IEEE PES since 1977. He is presently the IEEE PES Vice President for Technical Activities and is the Chair of the IEEE PES Technical Council.
Primary Committee: Industry Technical Support Leadership Committee (ITSLC)

Duration: 01:00:00 (45 minutes of instruction followed by 20 minutes of Q&A)

 

Abstract:

This webinar will highlight and present the results of a detailed survey conducted by the IEEE PES Industry Technical Support Leadership Committee (ITSLC) of several electric utilities, RTOs, and TSOs, around the world. This webinar is a follow-up to the webinar which provided an overview of the results of the survey on May 20, 2020 and specifically addresses the technical impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar will address topics related to the impact of the pandemic on power system operation, asset management, seasonal maintenance and impact on plans for grid modernization and reinforcement.
Tuesday, June 09, 2020 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
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IEEE PES Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry's First Response to COVID-19: Part II - Technical Impacts

Microgrid Stability Definitions, Analysis, and Modeling 

LIVE Webinar EVENT July 6, 2020 (12:00PM ET)

Register here: https://resourcecenter.ieee-pes.org/education/webinars/PES_Ed_Web_Microgrids_070620.html

Primary Committee: Power System Dynamic Performance Committee (PSDP)

 

Duration: 01:30:00 (70 minutes of instruction followed by 20 minutes of Q&A)

 

Abstract
The panel will focus on reviewing in some detail the “Microgrid Stability Definitions, Analysis, and Modeling” TF report, sponsored by the IEEE PES Power System Dynamic Performance Committee. Thus, the proposed microgrid stability definitions and classification will be first presented. The various models of the different microgrid components such as diesel generators, converters, RES, and associated controls, feeders, load models, and energy storage, will also be discussed, as well as the analysis techniques and tools used for stability studies. Finally, various examples of stability problems, controls, and modeling will be presented.

 

Presenters:

1. Dr. Claudio Cañizares is a University Professor and Hydro One Endowed Chair at the ECE Department of the University of Waterloo. His highly cited research focuses on modeling, simulation, computation, stability, control, and optimization of power and energy systems. He is the IEEE Trans. Smart Gird EIC, a Fellow of the IEEE, the Royal Society of Canada, and the Canadian Academy of Engineering, a leader of multiple PES technical groups, and the recipient of multiple IEEE PES awards

2. Dr. Mostafa Farrokhabadi is the Senior Director of Technology at BluWave-ai and an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. He is experienced in designing mission critical grid solutions for industry and academia and has (co)authored several high-impact articles and patents on control and optimization of smart grids.

3. Dr. Reinaldo Tonkoski is Associate Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, South Dakota State University, and a Visiting Faculty at Sandia National Laboratories. He is Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy and IEEE ACCESS. His research group is specialized in power electronics and controls applied to power systems.

4. Dr. Mario Paolone received the M.Sc. (Hons.) and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Bologna, Italy, in 1998 and 2002. From 2005 to 2011, he was assistant professor in power systems with the University of Bologna. Since 2011, he is full professor with the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland.

5. Dr. Richard Wies, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, leads research focused on the engineering challenges of renewable energy integration in remote islanded microgrids in collaboration with the Alaska Center for Energy and Power.

6. Dr. Nikos Hatziargyriou is Professor in Power Systems at the National Technical University of Athens. Until 2019 he was Chair and CEO of the Hellenic DNO and he has been Deputy CEO of the Public Power Utility, responsible for Transmission and Distribution. He is a Fellow Member of IEEE, past Chair of the Power System Dynamic Performance Committee (PSDPC), and Editor in Chief of the IEEE Trans on Power Systems.

Monday, July 06, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Live Webinar - What Is in the IEEE PES Resource Center for You?

Date:  Tuesday, January 20, 2021

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Live Webinar - Resilience Framework, Methods, and Metrics for the Electricity Sector IEEE PES-TR83 Webinar - Part I

Date:  Tuesday, February 10, 2021

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Wednesday, February 10, 2021 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Live Webinar - Definition and Classification of Power System Stability – Revisited & Extended

Date: Friday, March 5, 2021

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Friday, March 05, 2021 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Live Webinar - Telecom User Experience with Li-based Batteries

Date:  Tuesday, March 9, 2021

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Tuesday, March 09, 2021 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Live Webinar - IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (TPWRS) Best Paper Award Ceremony

Date: Wednesday, March 24, 2021

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Wednesday, March 24, 2021 9:00 am - 11:30 am
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Live Webinar: Hydrogen-Electric Airplanes

Date: Thursday, April 8, 2021

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Thursday, April 08, 2021 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Live Webinar - Cloud Computing for Modern Power Grid

Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021

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Wednesday, May 05, 2021 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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High Penetration of EVs Could Change the Residential Power System

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In a near future, the massive production and deployment of EVs will need to be matched by the availability of an equivalently large number of fast DC charging capabilities. This article explores the possibilities that public DC fast charging systems will not be enough to satisfy the demand for a convenient network of EV charging stations, creating the need for a residential DC fast charger that has the potential to become the enabling block for DC residential systems. DC residential systems also present a natural solution for the integration of solar panels and battery storage. DC fast chargers can efficiently and easily integrate solar energy produced and currently stored on the AC power grid, forming the backbone for a DC residential grid. Furthermore, the infrastructure needed for EV DC fast chargers can easily accept a future migration of other natural DC systems, such as modern air conditioning (A/C), heat pumps, refrigeration, lighting, and ultimately, the other remaining appliances.

 

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Tuesday, August 17, 2021 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Recent Advances in Electric Grid Optimization

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In this talk, Dr. Sun will present recent research progress of his group on the decarbonization of electric energy systems and discuss their impacts on industry practices. He will also share his vision in creating a more collaborative future for electric energy systems. In particular, Dr. Sun will present new decision-making frameworks for overcoming three key challenges in the future electric power grids: 1) deep renewable penetration, 2) distributed generation, and 3) the increasing risk of grid infrastructure failure. He will also discuss the implications of these new decision tools in the ISO and utility industry.
Wednesday, November 03, 2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Fast Frequency Control by Wind Turbines

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With global power industry moving towards net-zero implementation, this would result in low inertia renewable energy dominated power grids. The power cut incident during the 9th August 2019 event in the UK due to the frequency nadir of 48.8 Hz, triggering the automatic LFDD indicated the fundamental challenges of such low inertia power grids.
The aim of this presentation is to show how fast frequency support scheme using blades of wind turbines as very big flywheels without extra investments can be implemented to deal with the challenges.
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Best Papers from IEEE Transactions on Powers Systems

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The TPWRS Editorial Board selects the best transaction papers published during the past three years. The following papers have been recognized in the period 2018-2020. In this Best TPWRS Paper Award Ceremony, the Editor in Chief of the TPWRS will officially announce the best papers and present the award certificate to the awardees. The awardees are also invited to present their outstanding papers.
Wednesday, December 01, 2021 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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DC Technologies for Grid Integration of Offshore Renewable Power

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Register here- https://ieee.webex.com/ieee/onstage/g.php?MTID=e771cbcc985dcbc625649972536501a02

This presentation covers recent needs and development of DC technologies for the integration of large scale offshore wind power.

Modelling and control of voltage source converters for HVDC are described for connecting offshore wind farms and for operation of multiple converters in multi-terminal DC grids. A method is presented to compare the reliability and economics of various types of converters with different power ratings, topologies, drives, cooling and submodule redundancy. Recommendations are made for optimal converter design for reliable DC grid operation.

This presentation also compares various topologies of collection systems within offshore farms including AC and parallel/series DC collectors. Power losses, energy curtailment, power capacity, control capability of wind farms are analysed considering different wind turbine ratings, cable distance and connection to HVDC or MVDC networks. A method is presented to compare reliability and economics of MVDC converters in order to achieve most suitable configurations at MV level for grid integration of offshore wind power.

 

Wednesday, December 15, 2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Advancement in Machine Learning Aided Power System State Estimation

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With the integration of power electronics-interfaced devices into power systems, it is becoming more and more challenging to develop comprehensive and precise models for power system monitoring and control. This also poses serious challenges for model-based state estimation process. The situation is even worse in distribution systems, where real-time measurements are always insufficient. As a result, fusing multiple sources of data with different granularity and accuracy is becoming critical. This opens the door for leveraging the powerful data-driven Artificial Intelligent technology for power system state estimation. This panel aims to discuss the roles of AI for state estimation and related challenges for practical applications. Use cases will be discussed as well.
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Decomposing Transmission Constraints for Decentralized Power System Optimization

Join us 2 February 2022 for our free live webinar event: Decomposing Transmission Constraints for Decentralized Power System Optimization

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Presenter: Feng Qiu
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One of the most complicating factors in decentralized optimization for power systems is the modeling of power flow equations. Existing formulations for direct current (or DC) power flows either have limited scalability or are very dense and unstructured, making them unsuitable for large-scale decentralized studies. In this work, we present a novel DC power flow formulation, based on sparsified injection shift factors, which has a decomposable block-diagonal structure, scales well for large systems, and can efficiently handle N-1 security requirements. Benchmarks on Multi-Zonal Security-Constrained Unit Commitment problems show that the proposed formulation can reliably and efficiently solve instances with up to 6,515 buses, with no convergence or numerical issues.
Wednesday, February 02, 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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