Is your municipality prepared for a loss of power for days, or even weeks? The use of backup generators is really a short-term solution that only addresses one aspect of loss of power - what about the rest? Wireless communications? Clean water? Gasoline/diesel? Medicines? A holistic approach to energy from up front and ongoing efficiency, minimizing demand, and designing, building, and operating long-term outage solutions is within the grasp of all municipalities. This presentation will examine energy resiliency resources and provide two case-study examples of the application of those resources.
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Aaron’s technical expertise includes advanced metering infrastructure requirements analysis, electricity metering, electricity metering standards (domestic and international), demand response, and power system wide-area stability and control. Aaron has assisted utilities with developing and executing electricity metering test plans and procedures, particularly for the case of suspected failures, and including the supervision of vendor personnel performing the tests. He has also assisted with developing requests for proposals (RFPs) and evaluating proposals against those RFPs as part of AMI procurement activities. Aaron worked with vendors and utilities to develop and implement an AMI test bed focused on communications networking performance and interoperability. Aaron was the deputy project manager for the EnerNex team contracted through NIST in support of the Smart Grid interoperability standards development and harmonization project. His primary technical role in the project was standards acceleration and development, particularly standards relating to electricity metering and related information exchange.
By Dohn S. (Engineer) on February 26, 2019
Very good material.
By Stephen W. on November 19, 2018
Very good material.
By John H. (Engineer) on August 16, 2018
Somewhat wordy. The presentation could be boiled down some and still provide impactful training
Generally, very good.
By David M. (Engineer, Professional Organization) on June 19, 2018
Generally, very good. Presenter easy to listen to. Several slides had no audio or lost audio in the middle. Some slides had no text after the title. Some lost both. Graphics were too small to see/read.