IEEE and ARC Webcast: Exploring Electrical Energy Systems in Smart Cities

By Larry O'Brien

Category:
Technology Trends

As part of our ongoing series of webinars in cooperation with IEEE for smart cities, ARC analyst Rick Rys will be hosting a session on exploring electrical systems in smart cities tomorrow, 9/24, at 11AM ET.  You can register for the webinar here.  

Public agency leaders, whether city managers, public works directors, or elected officials, need to answer the critical question: “What do I actually do to define and build my Smart City?”

This Webinar will discuss four main topics:

1) What kind of electric grid do we want? Reliability, Cost, Sustainable, Smart, Security

2) What are the current electric grid disruptions? Generation mix, grid stability & control, markets, regulations, technology trends

3) How have electric grids been changing? World & rural electrification, Micro/Nanogrids, energy storage, duck, dragon and shark curves, demand response

4) What will the future electric grid look like? Technology, markets mechanisms, environmental regulations

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