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D5: Power System Automatically Reconfigures for Reliability with the Help of the SmartConnect System

January 2009

This use case describes several scenarios in which the distribution network automatically reconfigures using a combination of distribution automation devices and SmartConnect system functions, either by making use of data provided by the SmartConnect meters or by providing better coordinated actions through the SmartConnect communications network itself.

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PNM/EPRI Smart Grid Demonstration High-Penetration Photovoltaics through Grid Automation, Energy Storage and Demand Response - 2009 Feb.

January 2009

This set of slides was presented at the Smart Grid Advisory Meeting on February 3, 2009 in San Diego, CA. This presentation provides information about PNM Resources'demonstration project update on high-penetration photovoltaics through grid automation, energy storage and Demand Response.

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EPRI Smart Grid Demonstration Host Site Project - FirstEnergy/JCP&L Host Site Overview/Update

January 2009

This presentation gives an overview of Jersey Central Power and Light (JCPL) and FirstEnergy.

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West Virginia Smart Grid Implementation Plan (WV SGIP) Project: APERC Report on Customer Complaints to WV PSC about Electric Power Service

January 2009

This report by the Advanced Power and Electricity Research Center (APERC) on West Virginia Smart Grid Implementation Plan (WV SGIP) Project, forecasts that implementation of the smart grid in West Virginia will potentially decrease the number of customer complaints.

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State Drivers: Input for Regional Profiling

January 2009

This set of slides was presented at the Smart Grid Advisory Meeting on February 3, 2009 in San Diego, CA. This presentation provides policy information about regional profiles, framework, and aggregation methods for distributed resource integration.

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Reference Architecture for the Integration of Distributed Energy Resources

January 2009

This set of slides was presented at the Smart Grid Advisory Meeting on February 3, 2009 in San Diego, CA. This presentation provides information about the reference architecture for the integration of distributed energy resources.

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EPRI's Smart Grid Information Clearinghouse

January 2009

This presentation provides information about EPRI's smart grid informational website, the purpose of this work is to develop, populate, and maintain a smart grid website to contain technical and policy resources relating to smart grid development and practices.

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Smart Grid--Leveraging Intelligent Communications to Transform the Power Infrastructure.

January 2009

This document emphasizes the connectivity and networking required for Smart Grid's success.

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Efficiency Remains Key in 25x'25Vision of New Energy Future

January 2009

The 25x'25Alliance monthly newsletter from February 2009 features stories that highlight the challenges and opportunities presented by the pursuit of a renewable energy future, with a focus on efficiency.

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Smart Grid Demo Advisory Team Meeting, San Diego, CA

January 2009

This set of slides was presented at the Smart Grid Advisory Meeting on February 3, 2009 in San Diego, CA. This presentation provides information on the EPRI smart grid demonstration project programs.

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AMI in Review | Informing the Conversation

July 2020

Numerous utility AMI proposals have been approved over the past decade; however, recent years have seen noteworthy denials. Understanding the transformative potential of AMI but not seeking to offer an opinion on state actions, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Grid Research Division (AGR) undertook a phased research study to investigate regulatory applications from various parties’ perspective. The resulting report captures the findings and collective insights gained through an in-depth analysis of public records and conversations with more than 120 individuals from utilities, advocates, and commissions across the U.S.

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Artificial Intelligence

August 18, 2020

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Electrification

February 10, 2021

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Microgrids for Resiliency

February 10, 2021

Resilience – the ability to withstand, respond to, and recover rapidly from utility disruptions while sustaining mission-critical operations – is increasingly a focus for utilities, policy makers, regulators, and community leaders. While some utilities own and operate microgrids to help ensure supply to critical customers and areas, customers such as the Department of Defense and corporate data centers also own and operate microgrids to prevent power disruptions and to mitigate the consequences of outages when they do occur. Whether utility or customer, owners of existing and proposed microgrids could benefit from increased dialogue about the challenges, insights, advice, and lessons learned through deploying and operating microgrids. A key focus is exploring the value that microgrids provide to both utilities and customers.

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Microgrid Compendium

February 10, 2021

Microgrid controllers are a key component of a microgrid. The microgrid controller is used to optimize, manage, and control the DERs within the microgrid boundary as well as controlling how the microgrid as a whole communicates with the larger grid to provide grid services. The content in this document was developed by Southern Company to compile use cases and functionalities for microgrid controllers and outline how they can be operated to meet different needs.

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