2016 DOE Smart Grid Peer Review – Day One AM

2016 Smart Grid Peer Review –
Day One, Morning Session

The Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability held its biennial peer review of the Smart Grid R&D Program on August 16-17, 2016, in Chicago, IL.
Sixteen projects, along with an overview of the Smart Grid R&D Program, were presented at the 2016 Smart Grid R&D Peer Review.
The overview and the presentations from the Day One morning session are provided below:
  • 2016 SG Peer Review – Overview of Smart Grid R&D Program – Dan Ton, DOE (Presentation)
  • 2016 SG Peer Review – DER-CAM Modeling and Outreach – Michael Stadler, LBNL (Presentation/Summary)
  • 2016 SG Peer Review – Complete System-Level Efficient and Interoperable Solution for Microgrid Integrated Controls (CSEISMIC) – Michael Starke, ORNL (Presentation/Summary)
  • 2016 SG Peer Review – Development of Reconfigurable Advanced Distribution System (RADS) Implemented through Advanced Integrated µGrids with Dynamic Boundaries – Jianhui Wang, ANL (Presentation/Summary)
  • 2016 SG Peer Review – Adaptive Protective Relaying for Microgrids – Mohamed El Khatib, SNL (Presentation/Summary)
  • 2016 SG Peer Review – The Alaska Microgrid Partnership – Ian Baring-Gould, NREL (Presentation/Summary)