Power Grid School

IPU Power Grid School

The engineering and economics of the operation and transformation of electric utility systems across the supply chain for power, from generation to transmission to distribution.

IPU Power Grid School Course I:
Engineering Economics of the Supply Chain for Power
March 9-11, 2021 – Three days – 10 am – 5 pm daily Eastern Time

Day 1
Fundamentals of Power Systems and Grid Infrastructure [J. Mitra]
Emerging Technologies, Digitalization, and the Grid Edge [D. Mulder]
Day 2
Fundamentals of Electricity Markets, Economics, & Regulation [K. Rose]
Developments in Energy, Capacity, and Emissions Markets [B. Tarufelli]
Day 3
Grid Integration & Modeling for Distributed & Variable Resources [T. Veselka]

IPU Power Grid School Course II:
Integrated Planning, Energy Transformation, and Climate Action 
April 6-8, 2021 – Three days – 10 am – 5 pm daily Eastern Time

Day 1
Trends and Outlook for Energy in the United States [L. Martin]
Energy Resource Adequacy and Reliability [P. Sreedharan and M. Milligan]
Integrated Resource Planning and Policy [R. Wilson]
Planning for Uncertainty, Extreme Events, and Power Outages [J. Lau]
Day 2
Electrification, Demand-Side Modeling, and Demand Response [J. Jorgenson]
Demand-Side Programs and Evaluation [J. Taylor]
Distribution Systems and Planning [J. Homer]
Pricing Behind-the-Meter Distributed Resources [R. Ozar]
Day 3
Economic Evaluation of Resources and Policies [G. Upton]
Economic Evaluation of Resource Alternatives [continued]
Setting and Achieving Utility Net-Zero Carbon Goals [G. Stojic]
Planning Power Systems in the Climate Change Context [M. Craig]