This briefing will discuss how the Internet of Things (IoT) can help minimize investment risk and maximize the returns of future power generation of renewable projects in around the world. Mr. Schoklitsch will discuss ARISTOTELES, Kaiserwetter’s platform, which has just recently rolled out new functionalities based on smart data, as well as predictive data analytics (incl. power curve modeling, various temperature analysis, power production forecasts etc.).
This briefing will discuss the key policies and lessons learned from Central American Power Markets. The authors, Juan A.B. Belt and Silvia Alvarado de Córdoba, will present their analysis of the power sector reforms that have taken place in Central America countries and will identify measures to increase the efficiency of the region’s power markets.
The Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy has supported the development and application of solid oxide fuel cells for nearly two decades. The first half of this presentation briefly traces the history of fuel cells, discusses some of the technical aspects of solid oxide fuel cells, and describes their advantages and disadvantages. The second half describes the solid oxide fuel cell program as implemented by the Office of Fossil Energy which includes a brief description of some of the projects supported by the Department and some insights on the routes t
USEA is pleased to sponsor a panel on one of the hottest topics in the electric power industry – resilience of the power grid. Resilience is generally defined as increasing the ability of the power system to prevent or mitigate the impact of unusual – in particular catastrophic – events (e.g., storms, fires, earthquakes, cyber and physical attacks).
Please join USEA for an overview of efforts to incorporate distributed energy resources (DER) onto Colombia's electricity grid. XM, Colombia's system operator, will discuss their recent efforts, future steps, and some ideas gleaned from recent visits to U.S. system operators. By 2023, 2.4 GW of DER will be connected to the Colombian electric system, in addition to distributed residential generation, which will likely grow substantially.
The U.S. Departments of Energy and Homeland Security have cautioned that our electricity infrastructure "faces imminent danger" from cyber-attacks. Marsh & McLennan Companies acts as trusted cyber risk advisors for the entire sector, from the largest Fortune 500 companies to the smallest rural cooperatives.
On August 21, 2018, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a proposed rule pursuant to section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act (CAA) that would establish emission guidelines for states to develop plans to limit carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from existing fossil-fired power plants.
Howard Herzog will give an overview of the current state of technology and policy related to Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) and cover seven aspects of CCS: (1) the role of CCS in addressing the climate change challenge, (2) a summary of large CCS projects in operation, (3) the current status and future directions for capture technology, (4) the current status and future directions for storage technology, (5) how to view negative emissions, (6) the policies and politics around CCS, and (7) what the future may hold. The material for this talk is taken fr