Battery Monitoring and Maintenance for NERC Compliance - BatteryDAQ

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PES / IAS / LM Joint Meeting


NERC PRC-005-2 compliance drives utility operators to seek a reliable, validated, and advanced Battery Monitoring System (BMS) for their power plants and substations. This seminar is intended to present and discuss the available technologies and implementation challenges. Experiences with field installations and real-time data/charts will be shared in the meeting.


  • Battery condition and maintenance basics
  • Battery monitoring technologies
  • IEEE standards for battery maintenance and monitoring
  • NERC PRC-005-2 standard
  • Communication and IT security
  • Data driven battery maintenance
  • Planning for implementation
  • Product and software demo

  Date and Time




  • Date: 22 Feb 2024
  • Time: 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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  • 4000 Hadley Road
  • South Plainfield, New Jersey
  • United States 07080
  • Building: PSE&G - Hadley Road Facility
  • Room Number: Aruba Room
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  • Starts 08 February 2024 06:00 AM
  • Ends 22 February 2024 08:55 AM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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Alan Long Alan Long of BatteryDAQ


Battery Monitoring and Maintenance for NERC Compliance


Alan Long, IEEE Senior Member since 2013, PES member, CTO of BatteryDAQ

An IEEE senior member and advocator for the Best Practice for Battery Monitoring and Maintenance, who has contributed many big fundamental innovations to the battery industry.

- The inventor of the first large scale battery formation, testing and sorting system (1992).

- The inventor of advanced energy recycling for battery production, especially for the small batteries supporting the modern mobile market (1993).

- The inventor of online internal resistance monitoring for battery formation and stationary applications (1995).

- The architecture designer of the battery monitoring platform (2008).

- The chief engineer of the Sentry battery monitoring products for utilities, telecom, and datacenters.

- The chief engineer of monitoring solutions for NERC PRC-005 compliance.



Address:11101 Gilroy Road, Suite 1, Hunt Valley, Maryland, United States, 21031-1330


The seminar fee includes lunch, refreshments and handouts.  Non-members joining IEEE within 30 days of the seminar will be rebated 50% of the IEEE registration charge.

Four hours of instruction will be provided.  If desired, IEEE Continuing Education Units (0.4 CEUs) will be offered for this course - a small fee of $55 will be required for processing.

Please pay attention to the “Registration Fee” and choose the appropriate choice either with or without CEUs.

CEU Evaluation Form can be found at: IEEE Power & Energy North Jersey Continuing Education Certificates - IEEE Innovation at Work

At this time, our attendance is being limited to fifty (50).  Please only register if you know you are going to attend, and you must be registered to participate.

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