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    2019年亚洲电力展9月3-5日会议,Power-Gen Asia Conference

    会议时间:

    2019年1月 23-25日

    会议地点:

    欧洲马来西亚-吉隆坡

    会议名称:

    Utility Week Africa 2019南非公共事业周会议 5月14-16日 南非开普敦

    会议时间:

    2019年1月 23-25日

    会议地点:

    非洲南非-开普敦

    会议名称:

    DistribuTECH 2019美国输配电及电网和储能大会 1月23-25日 美国-圣安东尼奥

    会议时间:

    2019年1月 23-25日

    会议地点:

    北美洲美国-圣安东尼奥

    1:00 PM-5:00 PM

    UU 301: Applying Synchrophasor Technology to Distribution System Operations (#D0149)

    Room: 210A

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    Distributed energy resources (DER), microgrid deployments and customer service demands are changing how medium-voltage distribution systems are planned, operated, controlled, protected and managed. Synchrophasor measurement technology, now widely adopted in transmission systems, can be applied to new challenges in distribution systems. This course ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Eric A.  Udren
    Executive Advisor
    Quanta Technology LLC
    United States

    Instructor

    Julio Romero Aguero
    Vice President, Strategy & Business Innovation
    Quanta Technology
    United States

    Instructor

    Yi Hu
    Director, WAMPAC
    Quanta Technology LLC
    United States
    Handout(s)

    UU-301 Distr PMU ApplicationsUU-301 Distr PMU Applications


    1:00 PM-5:00 PM

    UU 302: Who's in Your Network and How Long Have They Been There? (#D0148)

    Room: 210B

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    This course lays out a foundation of distribution, transmission and generation communications. It identifies the importance of understanding the traffic within a network and how logging and monitoring (network, operating system and applications) provides visibility into a potential attack surface. The course also ...read more...

    Instructor

    John Biasi
    Sr. Cyber Security Specialist
    Burns & McDonnell Engineering
    United States

    Instructor

    Kevin Madis, CISSP, CISA
    Senior Security Consultant
    Burns & McDonnell
    United States
    Handout(s)

    UU 302FINALUU 302FINAL


    1:00 PM-5:00 PM

    UU 303: Disruption: Technology that will Change the Utility Business Model and how to Prepare for it (#D0145) - SOLD OUT

    Room: 214B

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    Evaluate this course. 



    Society has done little to modernize energy delivery or take advantage of proven, commonly available technology. In the past, change was driven by regulated entities with an exclusive franchise. Today, however, disruptors come from outside of the power sector—a phenomenon that is changing ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Robert Sarfi
    Partner
    Boreas Group LLC
    United States

    Instructor

    Jitesh Parmer
    Manager Engineering and Operations
    Liberty Utilities
    Canada

    Instructor

    Jonathan Shafer
    Senior Engineer
    NorthWestern Energy
    United States

    Instructor

    Tammy Zucco
    Director, Marketing
    Itron
    United States
    Handout(s)

    FINAL Part 1 of 2FINAL Part 1 of 2

    FINAL Part 2 of 2FINAL Part 2 of 2

    Board Game FINAL Board Game FINAL


    1:00 PM-5:00 PM

    UU 304: Grid Modernization Program Overview and Lessons Learned (#D0154)

    Room: 212A

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    Evaluate this course. 



    This practical course should allow a manager to walk out with a better idea of how to structure and sequence a grid modernization program and build a business case that senior management will understand. The course is based on lessons learned in real ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Doug Houseman
    Grid Modernization Lead
    Burns & McDonnell
    United States

    Instructor

    Joseph Nichols
    Project Manager; Business Consulting, Business &  Technology Services
    Burns & McDonnell
    United States

    Instructor

    Lucas McIntosh
    Associate & Project Manager
    Burns & McDonnell
    United States

    Instructor

    Raiford Smith
    Vice President, Energy Technology and Analytics
    Entergy Services Inc.
    United States

    Instructor

    Ryan Bercegeay
    Manager, Grid Modernization
    Entergy
    United States
    Handout(s)

    Final presentation master Final presentation master


    1:00 PM-5:00 PM

    UU 305: Implementing DERMS to Meet the Challenges of Distributed Resources Integration (#D0144) - SOLD OUT

    Room: 212B

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    This course provides background information and utility experience related to distributed energy resources management systems (DERMS)—the emerging computer applications that can help electric utilities better manage the increasing penetration of distributed energy resources (DER), including distributed generation (DG), distributed storage (DS), electric vehicles ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Terry Nielsen
    Executive Vice President
    GridBright
    United States

    Instructor

    Alex Portilla
    Manager, Grid Integration & Innovation
    Pacific Gas and Electric
    United States

    Instructor

    Travis Rouillard
    Chief Technology Officer
    GridBright
    United States
    Handout(s)

    UU305 - Segment 1 - 8 Jan 2018UU305 - Segment 1 - 8 Jan 2018

    UU305 - Segment 2 - 8 Jan 2018UU305 - Segment 2 - 8 Jan 2018

    UU305 - Segment 3 - 8 Jan 2018UU305 - Segment 3 - 8 Jan 2018

    UU305 - Segment 4 - 8 Jan 2018UU305 - Segment 4 - 8 Jan 2018

    UU305 Segment 5 21 Jan 2018UU305 Segment 5 21 Jan 2018


    1:00 PM-5:00 PM

    UU 306: MDM: Why do I need it? What can I do with It? (#D0139)

    Room: 213A

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    Meter data management (MDM) can significantly improve the value of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), or it can increase the complexity and cost of AMI. This course provides a review of functionality and features of MDM, explains what an MDM can and should do ...read more...

    Instructor+

    John O.  Wambaugh
    Executive Consultant
    Z2Solutions LLC
    United States
    Handout(s)

    UU306 - MDM-WhatIsIt - Part 1UU306 - MDM-WhatIsIt - Part 1

    UU306 - MDM-WhatIsIt - Part 2UU306 - MDM-WhatIsIt - Part 2


    1:00 PM-5:00 PM

    UU 307: Revised IEEE 1547 DER Interconnection Standard (#D0151)

    Room: 213B

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    This course is designed to educate utility engineers and professionals working in the distributed energy resource (DER) area on recent changes proposed in IEEE 1547. Instructors, who facilitated the development of the standard, explain the rationales behind the ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Aminul Huque
    Principal Project Manager
    Electric Power Research Institute
    United States

    Instructor

    Babak  Enayati
    Lead RD&D Engineer
    National Grid
    United States

    Instructor

    Jens Boemer
    Technical Leader/Project Manager
    Electric Power Research Institute
    United States

    Instructor

    Reigh Walling
    Principal
    Walling Energy Systems Consulting LLC
    United States
    Handout(s)

    DER Voltage and Frequency Disturbance Response - Reigh WallingDER Voltage and Frequency Disturbance Response - Reigh Walling

    Voltage and Frequency Regulation Support - Aminul HuqueVoltage and Frequency Regulation Support - Aminul Huque

    Context of IEEE Std 1547, Major Upcoming Changes, and Application Notes (Updated) - Jens BoemerContext of IEEE Std 1547, Major Upcoming Changes, and Application Notes (Updated) - Jens Boemer

    New Requirements for Interoperability and Communication Capability - Jens BoemerNew Requirements for Interoperability and Communication Capability - Jens Boemer

    IEEE 1547 Power Quality- Babak EnayatiIEEE 1547 Power Quality- Babak Enayati


    8:00 AM-12:00 PM

    UU 201: AMI Operations: Best Practices for Achieving value from your AMI Solution (#D0140)

    Room: 210A

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    This practical course describes the responsibilities and organization of the group that operates the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) solution. It also details the processes associated with the monitoring and management of this critical infrastructure. The course focuses on operating and maintaining advanced metering ...read more...

    Instructor+

    John O.  Wambaugh
    Executive Consultant
    Z2Solutions LLC
    United States
    Handout(s)

    UU201 - AMI Operations - Part 1UU201 - AMI Operations - Part 1

    UU201 - AMI Operations - Part 2UU201 - AMI Operations - Part 2


    8:00 AM-12:00 PM

    UU 202: A Primer on Next Generation in Big Data and Energy/Grid Analytics - Road to the Future (#D0152)

    Room: 210B

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    With the advent of the big data, analytics and visualization, utilities (electric, water and gas) have embarked on creating their visions, strategies and multi-generation plans. Some are evaluating the technologies available in the industry against their challenges while others are still ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Anant Venkateswaran
    Director
    General Electric Co.
    United States

    Instructor

    Glenn Pritchard
    Manager, Advanced Grid Operations & Technology
    PECO Energy
    United States

    Instructor

    Mark Carpenter
    Senior Vice President, T&D Operations
    Oncor Electric Delivery
    United States

    Instructor

    Roy Lum
    Director, Business Technology
    PG&E
    United States
    Handout(s)

    UU202FINAL- Part 1 of 2UU202FINAL- Part 1 of 2

    UU202FINAL- Part 2 of 2UU202FINAL- Part 2 of 2

    UU202PritchardFINAL UU202PritchardFINAL


    8:00 AM-12:00 PM

    UU 203: Line Sensor Deployment for Distribution Automation: Practical Deployment, Data Collection, and Use (#D0141)

    Room: 214B

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course.** 



    This course covers the practical aspects of line sensor deployment, radio communications, data management and the use of line sensor data in utility operations. This course gives attendees a basis for planning and executing their own line sensor projects. It begins with a ...read more...

    Instructor

    David Greenly
    Software Architect
    TAV Networks
    United States

    Instructor

    Jared  Hafer
    RF Field Engineering
    TAV Networks
    United States

    Instructor

    Jeff Teuscher
    Asset Strategist
    Dayton Power & Light – Asset Management
    United States

    Instructor

    Joe Tavormina
    Principal
    TAV Networks
    United States

    Instructor

    Stan Thompson
    Data Analyst
    TAV Networks
    United States
    Handout(s)

    Thompson UU203 Final 1.31.2018Thompson UU203 Final 1.31.2018


    8:00 AM-12:00 PM

    UU 204: Planning for Integration of Distributed Energy Resources and Microgrids in Smart Distribution Systems (#D0146) - SOLD OUT

    Room: 212A

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    This course covers planning and engineering analysis for smart distribution systems, including modeling, simulation and advanced studies for integration of distributed energy resources (DER), such as distributed generation and distributed energy storage. In addition, it focuses on microgrids ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Julio Romero Aguero
    Vice President, Strategy & Business Innovation
    Quanta Technology
    United States

    Instructor

    Farid Katiraei
    Senior Director, Renewables, Emerging Technologies & Microgrids
    Quanta Technology
    Canada
    Handout(s)

    UU 204 FINAL 01102018UU 204 FINAL 01102018


    8:00 AM-12:00 PM

    UU 205: Selecting Communications Infrastructure for SCADA, DA, AMI, and DER (#D0142)

    Room: 212B

    Format: Utility University Course (4 or 8 hour course)

    **Evaluate this course. **



    This course provides a fresh, unbiased perspective of communications technologies for field applications such as SCADA, distribution automation (DA), distributed generation (DG), advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and others. Instructors introduce a methodology for developing a utility-wide strategic communications plan, including typical ...read more...

    Instructor+

    Rick Schmidt
    Director of Infrastructure Modernization
    Black & Veatch
    United States
    Handout(s)

    UU 205 FINAL UU 205 FINAL


    8:00 AM-12:00 PM