Defining a New Architecture and Functions to Allow the System Operator to Manage Distributed Energy

Defining a New Architecture and Functions to Allow the System Operator to Manage Distributed Energy
Posted: 1 Aug 2014
Primary Committee:
Power System Operations
Chair:
K. Morrison, BC Hydro , E. Vaahedi, BC Hydro
Slides: 21

The electricity deregulation in the last decade created a new landscape for the energy industry. This change coupled with the potential for increasing penetration of large amounts of integrated and variable generation and the move toward smart grid including advancing generation, transmission, distribution and customer enablement technologies continue to increase the complexity of power system operation. This panel session explores technology advances to manage power system operation in the evolving energy landscape and capitalize on safety, reliability and efficiency opportunities.

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