Past Webinars

For instant access to the most popular IEEE Smart Grid webinars:

Vehicle to Grid (V2G): Security & Privacy Perspective
Presented by: Mangaya Sivagnanam

PV-Rich Communities, Storage, and Flexibility: The Need for Distribution System Operators
Presented by: Luis (Nando) Ochoa Professor, The University of Melbourne and The University of Manchester

Assessment of DERMS Deployment Under Various Operating Conditions
Presented by: Gary Ockwell, Advanced Control Systems

Planning and Operation in High-Penetration DER Environments 
Presented by: Jens Schoene

Distributed Control for Improving Power System Stability
Presented by: David A. Copp, Sandia National Laboratories

DER and Grid Management - Putting DERMS on the Desk
Presented on March 9th, 2017 by Alex Portilla, Jesse Gantz and Ethan Boardman

Forecasting, Optimization and Control of Distributed Flexible Resources
Presented on Oct 19th, 2017 by Pan Yan & Reza Ghaemi

Cybersecurity for the Smart Grid: Challenges and R&D Directions
Presented on Dec 21st, 2017 by Manimaran Govindarasu

DER and Bulk Generation: How the grid needs to change to make them play well together
Presented on Nov 16th, 2017 by Jim Tracey and Michael Bauer

Energy Storage as an Emerging Smart Grid Asset
Presented on Jan 11th, 2018 by Chris Searles & Charlie Vartanian

Unlocking the Value of IoT: A Cognitive Energy System Future
Presented on Oct 5th, 2017 by Liang Downey

Smart Energy
Presented on June 7th, 2017 by Robby Simpson, Mike Bourton, Steve Kang, James Mater

New Directions for Energy Storage – How Technology Will Change How We Create, Store and Use Electrical Energy
Presented on Sept 7th, 2017 by Lee Stogner, Tom Coughlin, & Soumya Kanti Datta

EVs, Chargers, Grid Integration and Lessons Learned from Public Chargers
Presented on Jan 26th by Doug Houseman, Sean Morash and Scott Fisher

Demystifying Blockchain for Energy & Utilities
Presented on July 17th, 2017 by Marc Peters & Jos Roling

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