The IEEE PES GM is the premier annual power and electrical engineering event that will bring together leading PES members, power and electrical engineers, key academics, and engineering students from all over the world.
This half-day tutorial will focus on VO implementation, innovation, deployment, and impacts.
This tutorial will provide an overview of the state of the art of generic modeling of IBRs for grid studies both in strong and weak grids.
In this tutorial feedback control and power system stability theory is presented to explain the foundation concepts of power system stabilization by excitation control.
This tutorial introduces probabilistic forecasting, describes leading methods for load, price, wind, and solar forecasting, and explains how these forecasts are used in power systems.
This tutorial gives an overview of general steps/studies which are necessary during planning and execution phases of an HVDC project.
This tutorial presents approaches to planning and specification, technology principles with example installations, a comparative evaluation of performance, and an analysis of future trends expected to influence technology development and its place in the market.
This tutorial aims to provide comprehensive knowledge of TE systems.
The purpose of the tutorial is to share experience on utility modeling data management with fellow entities.
This tutorial will provide an overview of grid forming technology, and in-depth details regarding modeling, control, and stability analysis of GFM supported both by simulation and hardware results.
This multi-presenter tutorial covers the basics of how electrical energy storage supports decarbonization initiatives across the U.S.
Instructor: Brent Olsen The focus of this course is to provide a fundamental foundation in electric power systems, from basic formulas to the planning, operations, and