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21 Feb 2018

The NIST TE Challenge seeks to build up simulation and modeling tools and interoperable co-simulation platforms for evaluating performance of TE approaches to DER integration. Participating teams worked together to agree on a specific residential distribution feeder with a concentration of PV systems and batteries, in addition to defined flexible loads. Teams also agreed on a weather scenario (storm front passing) and a set of common reporting metrics. Each team used different tools and TE system models to simulate the common scenario. This session will provide opportunity for teams to report comparable results of the different TE models� performance for distribution grid resource optimization. Results will inform industry stakeholders about the capabilities of simulation tools, the potential for TE solutions, and the performance of specific TE systems.�

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