Distributed Energy Resource Management (DERM) solutions lie at the intersection of operations and economics. Properly orchestrated, the inherent operational flexibility of DER can be leveraged by utilities to mitigate or prevent operational challenges, increase hosting capacity, defer network related capital upgrades and establish new revenue streams. But what does it mean to put DERM on the desk? Why and how should utilities incorporate DER management in day-to-day Grid Operations? During this webinar the presenters will address these questions as well as introduce the integrated DERM solution that is currently being deployed at Pacific Gas & Electric for a DERM pilot project. Topics will include project motivations and use cases, application of standards, solution architecture and sub-systems, DER control functions enabled by advanced inverters, as well as the DERMS user interface and a product demonstration.
DER and Grid Management - Putting DERMS on the Desk presented by Alex Portilla, Jesse Gantz and Ethan Boardman
Posted: 9 Mar 2017
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