Live Webinar Events
The Smart Grid describes a next-generation electrical power system that is typified by the increased use of communications and information technology in the generation, delivery, and consumption of electrical energy worldwide. IEEE Smart Grid hosts a series of webinars on varying aspects of global grid modernization.
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Vehicle to Grid (V2G): Security & Privacy Perspective
Presented by: Mangaya Sivagnanam
Vehicle to Grid V2G is one of the pivotal technology that gives us ultimate control over energy and grid efficiency. The smart grid utilizes this technological advancement in developing a gridable vehicle ecosystem (battery electric vehicles (BEV), plug-in hybrids (PHEV), plug-in vehicle (PEV)) in its fullest operational possibilities. Leading to intertwined Smart Grid domains and operational networks with other Critical Infrastructures – Energy, Transportation, and Tele-communication. The presentation elaborates on the security and privacy challenges in the V2G network and its impact on grid resilience. Read more.
Ancillary Services offered by DRES connected in distribution grids
Presented by: Charis Demoulias, Milos Cvetkovic
The webinar will also present the obstacles posed by current grid codes, standards or market regulations for the introduction of the new AS and provide suggestions on lifting those obstacles. It is noted that batteries, although not a conventional type of RES, are included in this webinar, since they can provide a number of the aforementioned AS either by themselves or in combination with the non-dispatchable DRES. Read more.
Valuing Energy Storage with Clean Peak Energy Standards
Presented by: Nehal Divekar
Energy storage holds a role of prominence in that policy objective by virtue of its versatility in shifting clean energy to times of peak demand and also providing ancillary services to the grid. Additional revenues from CPC coupled with declining capital costs therefore promise to create a better business case and consequently drive the storage industry. This webinar will cover the proposed CPES policy construct and emphasize on the economics of applications involving energy storage. Read more.