20-25 May 2022
DISTRIBUTECH 2022

Sessions

All Sessions
keyboard_arrow_down
keyboard_arrow_down Show filters keyboard_arrow_up Hide filters
  • All Tracks
  • Knowledge Hub
  • Conference
  • Networking
  • Utility University
  • Simulcast
  • Co-Located Event
  • Leadership Summit
  • Keynote
  • Initiate
Knowledge Hub
Hosting Capacity with Edge Simulation of PV, Storage, and Load
event_note
Loading...
query_builder 10:30am - 11:00am
place 1509, Exhibit Floor
card_travel Presentation
mic English
Hosting Capacity with Edge Simulation of PV, Storage, and Load
Sponsored by DNV

Secondary modeling and analysis is a key part of grid edge technology advancement. We will show how detailed, time-varying, secondary-based customer models can support edge-sensitive simulations like hosting capacity, load-flow, and forecasting.
Loading...
Knowledge Hub
Realizing High-Volume Data Ingestion to VPP
event_note
Loading...
query_builder 10:30am - 11:00am
place 3043, Exhibit Floor
card_travel Presentation
mic English
Realizing High-Volume Data Ingestion to VPP
Sponsored by Quest Global

While implementing VPP, beyond a pilot project, the data ingestion becomes a challenge due to the volume, latency, and the nature of disparate sources from which the data needs to be acquired. This high-volume data could be flowing in from millions of smart meters, thousands of gateways/edge devices/data concentrators / OT & IT systems supplied by multiple vendors, which may be supporting different protocols and data structures.  Also, maximum latency, and efficient VPP can afford depending on region-specific compliance, could be in the order of seconds which makes the whole data ingestion implementation complex. There are various technology options available today to address this data ingestion problem along with needed data formatting and data storage needs in a VPP platform implemented on cloud-native technologies. The combination of technologies needs to be chosen carefully depending on performance requirements, security, cost, availability in the chosen cloud platform, etc. In this session, we share some of the lessons learned during the implementation of VPP on different cloud platforms.
Loading...
Knowledge Hub
Energy Innovation: Move the Needle for Real
event_note
Loading...
query_builder 10:30am - 11:00am
place 1041, Exhibit Floor
card_travel Presentation
mic English
Energy Innovation: Move the Needle for Real
“Innovation theater.” You know it when you see it, lots of sound and fury but the needle never moves. Proclaiming innovation and actually operationalizing it are two different things. The Utility of the Future does real innovation. It aligns innovation goals and aspirations with everyday realities. EPIcenter, a nonprofit organization that propels energy innovation and thought for our global future, will discuss what it takes to be truly innovative, how a utility’s internal culture has to evolve to support real innovation, and how regional collaboration among utilities can speed innovation in new ways. Hear real-world case studies, lessons learned, and what elements are needed to successfully build and support organizational innovation initiatives for the utility of the future.
Loading...
Co-Located Event
SECC's 2022 Consumer Symposium
event_note
Loading...
query_builder 11:30am - 3:30pm
place Ballroom A3, Second Level
card_travel Presentation
mic English
SECC's 2022 Consumer Symposium
PAID EVENT: Reach out to info@distributech.com to add this to your registration 

SECC’s Consumer Symposium is a one-of-a-kind event that focuses on energy customers and their relationships with the smart grid, grid edge tech, and related programs & services. Through engaging sessions with industry thought leaders, Symposium attendees will gain actionable insights for developing innovative solutions to engage consumers in smart energy in 2022 and beyond. Summary: Learn primary research on what residential consumers need and want Hear industry thought leaders discuss innovative strategies and programs Get real-life insights on customer programs from leading utilities Who Should Attend: Utility employees focusing on customer engagement, customer service, market research, marketing/communications, and smart energy technologies Technology vendors and consultant firms partnering with utilities in these areas Consumer advocates, regulatory staff, and other industry stakeholders
Loading...
Co-Located Event
Strategies for Building Inclusive Transportation Electrification Planning
event_note
Loading...
query_builder 1:00pm - 5:00pm
place A122/A123, First Level
card_travel Presentation
mic English
Strategies for Building Inclusive Transportation Electrification Planning
PAID EVENT: Reach out to info@distributech.com to add this to your registration 

Forth is partnering with Clarion Events to bring Distributech attendees a workshop for public and private utility project managers and product specialists working within the transportation electrification field. Strategies for Building Inclusive Transportation Electrification Planning will be an engaging 4-hour workshop that will explore the importance of equitable access to clean transportation and strategies to ensure utility programs and initiatives support historically underserved communities. The workshop will also highlight the current state of the EV market, updates on regulatory proceedings as well as charging at Multi-Unit Dwellings. Summary: Updates on EV Market Learn how to engage stakeholders and communities to reflect their needs in TE planning Hear from your peers on what they’ve learned in implementing programs to date and how that’s informing future planning Who Should Attend: Utility representatives engaged with transportation electrification programs (project managers, product specialists public or private) and utility association representatives
Loading...
Processing. Please wait.
Loading...