2010 General Meeting Super Session Videos

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On this page you can find full-length video sessions from the Super Sessions of the 2010 General Meeting. These videos combine a video of the presenter and a clear view of their PowerPoint slides. Videos were recorded on Tuesday July 27th and Wednesday July 28th. Also available is the recorded webcast of the 2010 General Meeting Members Meeting & Plenary Session.


Smart Grid Technology Integration (Tuesday AM) Session Videos:

Welcome and Introduction & NIST SGIP Status

Rest of World Standards Activities

Smart Grid Information Clearinghouse

Smart Grid Grants Globally

Examples of Smart Grid Demonstrations

Smart Grid Roadmaps Player

Intelligent Grid Coordination Committee

Smart Grid Technology Integration (Tuesday PM) Session Videos:

Welcome and Introduction & Smart Grid Architecture

Smart Grid Communications Overview

Emerging Technology for Smart Grid

Smart Grid Interoperability Testing

Consumer Information and Privacy


Plug-In Hybrids (Wednesday AM) Session Videos:

IEEE GM Super Session on EV Integration

Integration of PHEVs and EVs: Experience from Chile

Integration of PHEVs and EVs: Experience from Canada

Integration of Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles: Experience from China

Integration Electric Vehicles: Experience from Germany

Integration of PHEVs and EVs: Experience from Sweden

Infrastructure Challenges in Integrating PEVs into the Electric Grid

T&D Infrastructure Impact Assessment for PEV Readiness


T&D Impacts (Wednesday PM) Session Videos:

Network Impacts of High Penetration of Photovoltaic Solar Power Systems

Modeling PV Systems in Bulk System Studies

Transient Over-voltages in High Voltage Grid-Connected PV Solar Interconnection

Options for Control of Reactive Power by Distributed Photovoltaic Generators

Cooperative Control of Distribution System with Customer Equipment to Reduce Reverse Power

Impact of Large-Scale PV Penetration on Power System Oscillatory Stability

Increasing Distributed Generation Penetration Using Soft Normally-Open Points (SNOPs)