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IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture 2016

 
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IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture 2016
by Stuart Patten - Monday, 7 November 2016, 2:32 PM
 

Attention to all Students and Staff.

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Managing Uncertainties of the Future Grid: “ Keeping the Lights On! Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow!”

 

Abstract: Managing the future grid will require creative, innovative solutions. This is because of uncertainties being

introduced by the growth of less predictable & reliable renewable generation resources, demand response

programs, distributed generation, microgrids, potential cyber-security issues and the aging infrastructure.

Energy Management Systems (EMS) have been deployed for decades at utility control centers to manage

the electricity grid in real-time. Today these EMS capabilities are poised to be enhanced quite dramatically

with growth of synchrophasor PMU measurements. Solutions to decentralize management of the grid are

also being introduced – these include Distribution Management Systems, Substation Automation and

advances in grid control devices. These new solutions will help us manage the uncertainties and challenges

of the future smart grid.

 

Date: Monday, 28 November 2016, 12:00 pm (light refreshments), 12:30 pm (seminar start)

Venue: Room HH3-08, Sir Hans Heysen Building, City West Campus, University of South

Australia (please see attached map)

Speaker: Dr. Jay Giri, Director of Power Systems Technology and Strategic Initiatives,

GE Grid Software Solutions, Redmond, Washington - USA

Registration: Email wong.wai-kin@electranet.com.au by 25 November 2016