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Panel 10 Oct 2022

This panel will introduce attendees to the U.S. Department of Energy�s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). NREL is a world-class institution focused on renewable energy research, development, and deployment. ORNL delivers scientific discoveries and technical breakthroughs needed to realize solutions in energy and national security. Topics to be covered in the panel include:
- NREL�s new, groundbreaking research platform called ARIES that is designed to support the transition to a decarbonized energy system. It allows for research at the 20-MW level and is amplified by a virtual emulation environment powered by NREL�s 8-petaflop supercomputer.
- ORNL�s unique wide-area grid monitoring network known as GridEye/FNET, hosted in partnership with The University of Tennessee. GridEye/FNET provides observation of the entire electrical grid�s dynamic performance continuously and in real time. These low-cost and easy-to-install monitors are deployed all over the world and can improve a grid�s state of observability.
- NREL�s and ORNL�s latest work to validate and advance key technologies at all scales (grid edge to transmission). This includes evaluating smart home devices, microgrids, and advanced distribution grid control solutions prior to implementation.
Meeting today�s energy challenges requires collaboration. DOE national laboratories partner with utilities, industry, communities, and other research organizations from across the world. NREL and ORNL panelists will be joined by an industry partner who will provide insights into their experience working with a DOE national laboratory.

Chairs:
Dr. Annabelle Pratt

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