GHG mitigation and adaptation technologies include energy-efficiency programs, demand-side energy management (building/home) programs, energy storage and the integration of renewable generation resources (solar/wind). It is important for power grid operators and planners to understand the costs and benefits for adapting those technologies.
The goal of this panel at the 2016 IEEE PES T&D Conference & Expo is to bring together experts conducting cost-benefit studies at utilities, consulting companies and research institutes to present methods and results, as well as tools developed for conducting such studies
Special focuses include: methods for quantifying the benefit and impact; tools developed for conducting cost benefit studies and; results of cost benefit studies on major smart grid technologies.
10 a.m. – 12 p.m., Tuesday, May 3
- Ning Lu, North Carolina State University
- Pengwei Du, ERCOT
Presentations and Panelists:
- TD0513, Overview: Cost Benefit Study of GHG Mitigation and Adaptation Technologies, P. Du, ERCOT
- TD0516, Cost-Effective Energy Storage Applications, M. Kintner-Meyer, Pacific Northwest National Lab
- TD0515, Cost Benefit Study: SST Powered DC/AC Hybrid Microgrid, M. Baran, North Carolina State University
- TD0514, Cost Benefit Study: Operation of High PV Penetration Distribution Systems, M. Rylander, Electric Power Research Institute
- TD0517, Cost Benefit Study: VVO and FLSR Applications, F. Dubois, DNVGL
- TD0512, Cost-effective Home/Building Energy Management Systems, N. Lu, North Carolina State University