Powering the Next Electric Revolution A Seminar on Electrical System Design Presented by IEEE Santa Clara Valley, Power & Energy Society / Industry Applications Society 10/07, 8:00am 5:00pm, At the Delta Hotel, Santa Clara Attendees $300 Includes Parking, Continental Breakfast and Lunch Registration extended to 9/30, Link: (https://r6.ieee.org/scv-pesias/2022/07/31/powering-the-energy-revolution/) Learn, Connect with Colleagues, Meet Vendors, Get CEUs Agenda: Session 1: NASA Ames, Keynote Speaker Learn about current and future programs that will inspire technology throughout Silicon Valley. Speaker: Dr. David Korsmeyer, Deputy Center Director (Acting), NASA Ames Research Center Session 2: Blockchain Transactive Energy and the Electric Grid This presentation is about Building the 21st century grid, how to make it more flexible, sustainable, and coordinated by applying Blockchain technologies. Speaker: James Kempf PE, Kempf and Associates Consulting and UCSC Silicon Valley Session 3: Realtime Simulation for the Microgrid Development Cycle This presentation will focus on Microgrid design, controller testing and simulation. Speaker: Juan Patarroyo, Power System Modeling Specialist, Opal-RT Session 4: 1) Dynamic Optimization for N-1 Secure Operation Grid Systems with 100% Inverter-based Resources, 2) Autonomous Microgrid Restoration Using Grid-Forming Inverters and Smart Circuit Breakers Speaker: Nan Xue is a Staff Research Scientist at Siemens Technology. Session 5: DC Arc Flash for PV Systems This presentation focuses on how photovoltaic (PV) technology behaves under dc arc conditions with an emphasis placed on the electrical safety aspect of DC arc flash incident energy evaluation. Speaker: John Francis PE, VP Business Development & Marketing, ETAP Session 6: Electric Vehicle Dynamic Load Management Our presentation will focus on Load Management for an EV Charging Mobility Hub. Speaker: Ross Mueller, Senior Business Developer, Siemens eMobility. Session 7: Large Inverter based Medium Voltage Microgrid Learn about the performance characteristics of microgrids with large-scale inverter deployments and fuel cells. Continuous operation in grid parallel or stand-alone modes are considered. Speaker: Afshin Majd, PhD, PE, Senior Principal Electrical Engineer Bloom Energy Room: Saratoga Ballroom, Bldg: Delta Hotel by Marriott (Formerly Biltmore), 2151 Laurelwood Road, Santa Clara, California, United States, 95054
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