Towards the 100% clean energy future – How can IEEE Help? Life Member Award In-Person Luncheon

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 Towards the 100% clean energy future – How can IEEE Help?


This In-Person Life Grade Luncheon is scheduled for October 27. The topic of this year’s meeting is: Towards the 100% Clean Energy Future

  • Opportunities and challenges related to the 100 % clean energy system
  • Distributed energy resources (DERs) widespread
  • Role of smart inverters and fast electronics to regulate the voltage
  • Mother Nature grid challenges
  • The smarter grid & emerging technologies role
  • Inertia challenges
  • Role of data, big data, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence


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  • Date: 27 Oct 2022
  • Time: 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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  • 292 Broomfield Avenue
  • Montclair, New Jersey
  • United States 07042
  • Building: Greek Taverna
  • Room Number: Parking is free and more than adequate.

  • Co-sponsored by PES - Ron Quade and IAS - Ken Oexle
  • Starts 09 September 2022 01:37 PM
  • Ends 27 October 2022 09:00 AM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
  • No Admission Charge


  Speakers

Mousa, Ahmed Mousa, Ahmed of IEEE

Topic:

Towards the 100% clean energy future – How can IEEE Help?

  • Opportunities and challenges related to the 100 % clean energy system
  • Distributed energy resources (DERs) widespread
  • Role of smart inverters and fast electronics to regulate the voltage
  • Mother Nature grid challenges
  • The smarter grid & emerging technologies role
  • Inertia challenges
  • Role of data, big data, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Biography:

CEO/founder of two (2) consulting companies: Electric Bridge Consulting & 100% Energy Club, consultant, Utility of the Future manager, electrical engineer, adjunct professor, author of four (4) books, active member on five (5) boards , coach & speaker with over 17 years of field, planning, long-range planning, energy master plan, design engineering, operations, project management, training, smart grid, Distributed Energy Resources' (DERs) grid impact, energy efficiency, EE/DSM/DR, electric vehicles' (EVs) impact, Voltage VAR Optimization/conservation (VVO/VVC), AMI, transmission & distribution (T&D) load relief, load forecast, emergency response, best practice/benchmarking, risk management, IT/OT, agile systems, data analysis, climate change mitigation studies, microgrids, DMS/ADMS/DERMS/EMS/AEMS/GMS, non-pipe alternatives/solutions (NPA/NPS) and non-wire alternatives/solutions (NWA/NWS) experience in generation, transmission, substations and distribution systems at Con Edison, PSE&G, PEPCO, and First Energy. Years of experience working with electric rate-cases, regulatory governing agencies, Office of Emergency Management, FEMA, Mayor's Office, Governor's Office, Department of Energy, President Obama's stimulus project, Con Edison's System of the Future/Utility 2.0, PSE&G's Clean Energy Future, NJ Energy Master Plan & Utility 2.0, & Con Edison's 20-year electric/gas & steam integrated long-range plan.

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Address:Queens County, , New York, United States





Agenda

  • Opportunities and challenges related to the 100 % clean energy system
  • Distributed energy resources (DERs) widespread
  • Role of smart inverters and fast electronics to regulate the voltage
  • Mother Nature grid challenges
  • The smarter grid & emerging technologies role
  • Inertia challenges
  • Role of data, big data, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

All members in "good standing" (good standing refers to active Life members who have paid their IEEE dues for calendar year 2022) of the North New Jersey Section Life Member Affinity Group are eligible to attend plus invited guests.



 Towards the 100% clean energy future – How can IEEE Help?