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Panel 25 Apr 2022

The electric grid is a complex system with highly differentiated energy supply management, regulatory, and grid operational domains. Emerging digitalization technologies such as digital twin, simulation and distributed ledgers (Blockchain) are set forth with broad goals as a foundation to support decarbonization and align the distributed nature of operations across each grid domain. This session will explore perspectives on the technologies, architectures, use cases, and standards evolving to advance smart grid treatment of EV adoption and electrified transportation. The panel session will focus on key system features and challenges within industry, ISO and utility operations, accommodating two industrial, one utility and one ISO sub-topic:
o ISO perspective on DLT, tracking decarbonization and market implementation
o Utility applications for supporting decarbonization through EV program design and regulatory alignment
o Contrasting European carbon market emissions tracking with North American EV and smart grid
o Use of digital twin and DLT as a mechanism for gathering regulatory data on EV and EVSE program management
Presentations and Panelists:
• “Utility Applications for Supporting Decarbonization through EV Program Design and Regulatory Alignment” by D. Jones, Guidehouse, Inc.
• “ISO Perspective on DLT - Tracking Decarbonization and Market Implementation” by S. Zulkader, CAISO
• “Use of Digital Twin and DLT as a mechanism for EV and EVSE Utility Program Management” by S. Chandler, IEEE

Chairs:
Shawn Chandler, Jeff Richman

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