Grid Integration

Grid IntegrationThe Grid Integration Group develops tools and methods to transform, innovate and dynamically integrate stakeholder objectives by monitoring, signaling, controlling, and integrating distributed energy resources such as demand response, combined heat and power, and storage.

The Group's activities are focused in three key research areas:

Learn more about the Grid Integration Group.

Group Leader
Michael Stadler

Related Publications

2016

Liao, Anna, Emma M. Stewart, and Emre Kara. "Micro-Synchrophasor Data for Diagnosis of Transmission and Distribution Level Events." In IEEE PES Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition . Dallas, TX, 2016.

2015

Reliability Focus In 2015 Workshop on Fault-Induced Delayed Voltage Recovery (FIDVR) & Dynamic Load Modeling., 2015. Download: Load Modeling and FIDVR (Cummings) PDF (583.34 KB)
Mashayekh, Salman, Wei Feng, Chris Marnay, Birk C. Jones, Matthew Robinson, Hans Barsun, Leila Ghanbari, and Andrea Mammoli. "Software-as-a-Service Optimal Scheduling of New Mexico Buildings." In European Council on an Energy Efficient Economy 2015 Summer Study., 2015. Download: PDF (1.48 MB)
Current State of Load Modeling: Composite Load Model Development and Implementation In 2015 Workshop on Fault-Induced Delayed Voltage Recovery (FIDVR) & Dynamic Load Modeling., 2015. Download: Current State of Load Modeling (Kosterev) PDF (2.49 MB)
Alessandro, Pensini, Matthew Robinson, Nicholas Heine, Michael Stadler, and Andrea Mammoli. "Assessment of Grid-friendly Collective Optimization Framework for Distributed Energy Resources." In IEEE Power and Energy Society ISGT Asia 2015, 4-6 November 2015. Bangkok, Thailand, 2015. Download: PDF (589.98 KB)
Tenza, Nicholas W., and Scott Ghiocel. WECC Load Model Sensitivity Study: An Analysis of the Sensitivity of WECC Grid Planning Models to Assumptions Regarding the Composition of Loads. Produced by Mitsubishi Electric Power Products (MEPPI) for the Consortium for Electric Reliability Technology Solutions (CERTS), 2015.
Robles, Steven. Commercial 3-Phase Rooftop Air Conditioner Test Report. Prepared for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory by Southern California Edison, 2015. Download: PDF (7.29 MB)