IEEE PES Region 2 and Columbus Chapter are hosting a technical webinar provided by PES Region 2 Representative, Dr. Xuan Wu, who is currently a Principal Engineer at AEP, an IEEE Senior Member, and a Professional Engineer registered in Ohio.
By enabling the temporal displacement of energy production/consumption, storage brings flexibilities and potential benefits to power […]
After the 1st and 2nd workshops held successfully in Dec. 2019 and Dec. 2020, respectively, we cannot wait to organize this 3rd workshop this Dec. virtually with no registration fees. This half-day workshop focuses on planning, operations, modeling, and analysis of transmission & distribution connected renewables & energy storage, and their impacts on the system. We have 6 […]
Date: 29 Nov 2021Time: 04:50 PM to 06:00 PM
This presentation is a continuation of the Transmission Planning Fundamentals talk given in October 2020 to the Columbus IEEE PES Chapter. A quick refresher will be given on basic Planning topics, including the transmission power flow model and contingency analysis. Then additional details will be shared on large-scale system […]
The PES Columbus section will be hosting Matthew Lind, PE MBA, Director, Resource Planning & Market Assessments Business Unit at 1898 & Co. Part of Burns & McDonnell. 1 PDH will be provided to attendees who will be tracked and proven to be in attendance for this entire webinar.
The power industry is facing significant disruption […]
IEEE PES Columbus Chapter will be hosting a technical webinar by Cho Wang, Engineer at American Electric Power (AEP), on CCVT failure modes and related challenges!
The appropriate operation of substation Capacitor Coupled Voltage Transformers (CCVT) is essential for the reliable operation of the power grid. This webinar will first discuss different CCVT failure modes and […]
The Accuracy of network models in the Energy Management systems (EMS) can significantly impact study qualities in State Estimation (SE) and Real-Time Contingency Analysis (RTCA). For many utilities closely coupled with neighboring companies, their EMS models consist of the internal parts, which represent their own service territories, and the external parts, which describe the interconnected […]
Join Columbus IEEE Young Professionals, the Power and Energy Society (PES) and Women in Engineering (WIE) as we celebrate the end of this strange year with a virtual murder mystery game! Prizes will be awarded for the attendees dressed in the most festive holiday attire, as well as the best in-character costume. Attendees will receive their […]
Please join the IEEE Columbus PES Chapter on 10/27 at 5:00 PM for a webinar covering the basics of electric utility transmission planning. 1 hour of CPD credit will be provided for those confirmed to be in attendance.
Speaker: Jerod Marker, P.E., from American Electric Power, who is an IEEE Senior Member and past Chair […]
Please join this webinar with Mr. John D. McDonald from GE Grid Solutions, who is an IEEE Fellow, past IEEE PES President, and Vice President of CIGRE US National Committee. John is a pioneering expert in smart substations & grids. 1 PDH will be provided to attendees who will be tracked and proven to be in […]
Firstly, wish you are all well during this difficult time. Please join this webinar with Prof. Saifur Rahman from Virginia Tech, who was the IEEE PES President and the candidate for IEEE President-Elect 2021, to learn and discuss smart grids and renewables. 1 PDH will be provided to attendees who will be tracked and proven to be in […]