This lecture provides an overview of US Federal regulation of public utilities, including rate revision, challenge process, and the landmark orders that shaped energy industries we have today.
This seminar discusses electrification system simulation, an essential aspect of the design of an energy efficient, reliable and safe railway system.
This IEEE Power and Energy Society Switzerland workshop, co-hosted by IEEE Power and Energy Society UK and Ireland Section, focuses on the latest developments in Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) for residential demand response.
This presentation will provide an overview of grid modernisation activities and smart distribution systems, and discuss objectives, trends, modern equipment, technologies, leading industry practices, solutions and methodologies used by the electric power industry.
WMG - IEEE Research Workshop | Artificial intelligence in transportation: Advanced Energy Storage Systems and Vehicle Powertrains takes place on 4th July at the University of Warwick
In this talk, optimal system operation strategies are developed to maintain the security and stability of the grid in a most cost-effective manner.
This seminar will review the recent outcomes of some smart grid challenges addressed by novel prediction techniques. At the generation level, decomposition techniques have been applied to handle the inherent uncertainty in short-term wind power prediction. At the transmission level, dynamic thermal line rating prediction has been studied as a viable solution to reduce congestion and utilise the actual capacity of the line.
This presentation will provide an overview of advanced voltage and current sensors providing synchro-waveforms and their potential application, with the focus on grid resiliency.
This talk will provide an overview of Canadian provincial and remote community grids, and a more detailed discussion of Ontario’s power grid, market, and future expansion plans, from an emissions perspective.
A Distinguished Lecture, Decarbonisation Opportunities in the Electric Power Sector to Address Climate Change will be presented by Prof Saifur Rahman, 2023 IEEE President & CEO.