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|Interoperability Roadmap Methodology||
The Interoperability Roadmap Methodology document supports the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium (GMLC)...
|December 2017||Report||Interoperability Roadmap Methodology, V1.1|
|Sensor Network Issues for Advanced Power Grids||
The traditional techniques for distribution grid data acquisition are facing challenges that are structural in nature as the number of end points...
|GridAPPS-D Conceptual Design, V1.0||November 2017||Report|
|DER Telemetry Communication Architecture for ESOs, DSOs, and System Operators||
For proposed future states of electric power systems that have high penetrations of Distributed Energy Resources (DER), system operators with...
|DER Siting and Optimization Tool for California||
The State of California is pursuing aggressive goals for integrating 15 gigawatts of distributed energy resources (DERs), including 12 gigawatts...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||DER Siting and Optimization Tool for California|
|Grid Analysis and Design for Energy and Infrastructure Resiliency for New Orleans||
The heightened risk coastal cities like New Orleans, Lousiana (NOLA) encounter from hurricanes, floods, and other natural disasters is never...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Grid Analysis and Design for Energy and Infrastructure Resiliency for New Orleans|
|Standards and Test Procedures for Interconnection and Interoperability||
Next-generation smart grid technologies include distributed generation, battery storage, electric vehicles, and dispatchable loads, among others....
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Standards and Test Procedures for Interconnection and Interoperability|
|Definitions, Standards, and Test Procedures for Grid Services from Devices||
The nation’s energy consumption is increasing significantly as use of electronic devices and the desire for creature comforts become more...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Definitions, Standards, and Test Procedures for Grid Services from Devices|
|Advanced Sensor Development||
Increased situational awareness of the vast U.S. electrical system is critical for achieving the grid modernization objectives of reducing outage...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Advanced Sensor Development|
|Integrated Multiscale Data Analytics and Machine Learning for the Grid||
Advances in and reduced costs for computing, memory, and communications technologies have resulted in an abundance of raw data from new sensing...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Integrated Multiscale Data Analytics and Machine Learning for the Grid|
The increasing penetration of stochastic and variable renewable power generation (both centralized and distributed) in many electrical...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Control Theory|
|Development of Integrated Transmission, Distribution, and Communications Models||
Industry must better understand the interdependencies among grid subsystems—the transmission, distribution, and communication, or TDC, domains—...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Development of Integrated Transmission, Distribution, and Communications Models|
|Extreme Event Modeling||
Extreme weather events like Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Katrina, and the 2003 Northeast blackout, provide hard evidence of the enormous threats...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Extreme Event Modeling|
|Computational Science for Grid Management||
Electric utilities and operators of the modern grid face complex challenges. For example, distributed energy leads to greater uncertainty of...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Computational Science for Grid Management|
|Threat Detection and Response with Data Analytics||
Large amounts of data related to regional outages, cyber health, distribution sensors, and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) are gathered...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Threat Detection and Response with Data Analytics|
|Distribution System Decision Support Tools||
For many people, the utility pole planted along a highway or on a street corner is the iconic symbol of the electric grid. Utility poles are...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Distribution System Decision Support Tools|
|Development and Deployment of Multi-Scale Production Cost Models||
U.S. power systems are evolving rapidly because of technological advancements in computing, communications, energy storage and conversion, and...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Development and Deployment of Multi-Scale Production Cost Models|
|Future Electric Utility Regulation||
Modernizing electric grids in today’s environment—with fast-changing technologies, aging infrastructure, and stagnant growth in retail electricity...
|October 2017||Fact Sheet||Future Electric Utility Regulation|
|The Impact of 5G Telecommunications Technology on US Grid Modernization 2017 - 2025||October 2017||Report|
|Glossary of Power Systems Terms||August 2017||Report|