IEEE-Northwest Energy Systems Symposium (NWESS)

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195

MARCH 21-22, 2012

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Smart Building Program at University of Washington


Matt O Donnell and John Chapman, University of Washington

Smart Pullman and WSU Microgrid as part of the PNW Demonstration Project


Anjan Bose, Washington State University

LED Street Lighting Systems


Gordon Hayslip, Snohomish PUD

Seattle City Light and LED Street Lighting–Case Study


Vicki Marsten, SCL

PSE perspective on renewables integration


David Mills, Puget Sound Energy

Market based solutions to transmission capacity and ancillary services


Laura Beane, Iberdrola Renewables

An overview of renewable and transmission integration


Elliot Mainzer, Bonneville Power Administration

Smart EV Charging


Eric Sortomme, Alstom Grid

Energy storage: How much do we need? How much can we afford?


Michael Kintner-Meyer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Capacity, power quality and system design impacts of vehicle charging to the electric system


Rick Durst, Portland General Electric

AVISTA development of a microgrid and the use of intentional islanding started in 2009


Curt Kirkeby, AVISTA

Distribution Automation


John Sell, Alstom

Will Odell, Snohomish PUD

Volt-VAR Control and Optimization (VVC)


Robert Uluski, EPRI

Equipment, installation and volt / var case studies


Tom Wilson, PCS Utilidata