Electric Power Research

Electric Power Research
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Explore the latest on energy storage with an interactive Alliant Energy solar dashboard demo at DistribuTECH. Meet us at booth 1550. #DTECH2018 Not attending DistribuTECH? Learn more about the interactive dashboard here: http://ow.ly/Pj5V30hSDTd
EPRI, Alliant Energy Compile Results from First Year of Madison Solar Demonstration Project

Join us at DistribuTECH tomorrow! We'll be in booth 1550 talking about the latest research in cybersecurity, energy storage and more. We’re also sharing details about our upcoming Electrification 2018 Conference. See you there! #DTECH2018 #Electrification2018

If artificial intelligence (AI) can land the SpaceX Falcon 9 on a platform in the ocean, can it help electric power utilities? If so, how? EPRI outlines research that has been done and suggests new approaches for humanity to work with artificially intelligent machines. http://ow.ly/iXgl30hOCLd

“Bulk storage technologies have the potential to bring together all the disparate pieces of the future grid, including decentralized, variable renewable energy. They can also support flexible operation of fossil and nuclear power plants,” said Brittany Westlake, a scientist in EPRI’s Energy Storage and Distributed Generation Program. “They are moving from being just another valuable asset on the grid to becoming a strategic imperative.” http://ow.ly/pKUd30hSwGG
The Need for Large-Scale Grid Energy Storage Grows, but the Business Case Remains Uncertain

A recent surge in variable renewable energy (VRE), such as wind and solar, led EPRI and a team of modeling experts at National Renewable Energy Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and U.S. Energy Information Administration to identify areas of importance for modeling VRE and future research needs. http://ow.ly/ZKw630hOx3e
Four agencies, including the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), hosted two workshops that led to a new report where the teams identified areas of importance for modeling variable renewable energy, performed experiments to determine key assumptions, and compile...