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The increase in the number of extreme events that affect the power grid require the development of novel methodologies to prepare and response for these events. In this presentation, a novel multi-stage resilience measure called the Anticipate-Withstand-Recover (AWR) metrics is introduced. The AWR metrics are based on integrating relevant �system characteristics-based factors�, before, during, and after the extreme event. The developed methodology utilizes a pragmatic and flexible approach by adopting concepts from the national emergency preparedness paradigm, proactive and reactive controls of grid assets, graph theory with system and component constraints, and multi-criteria decision-making process. The proposed metrics are applied to provide decision support for a) the operational resilience and b) planning investments. The proposed methodology is integrated into the RT-RMOD: Real-Time Resilience Monitoring and Operational Decision, which is a graphic tool to monitor the resilience states of the system.
Power System Operation, Planning and Economics (PSOPE)