Smart Grid Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Curriculum Team: Jeff Hammarlund, Ph.C. Kevin Schneider, Ph.D., P.E. Robert Topping, Ed.D. Funding for this training was provided by the Pacific Northwest Center of Excellence for Clean Energy, with financial support from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 through the U.S Department of Energy under Award Number DE-OE-0000398. Module 1: A Guide to this Training This module will: introduce the workshops content, describe how the training is organized, introduce the trainers, and introduce the Pacific Northwest Center of Excellence for Clean Energy which is the sponsor of this and related Smart Grid Train the
Trainer sessions. Primary objectives: Describe smart grid and why it is important Introduce some of the key benefits, opportunities and challenges associated with its on-going development Primary focus: How smart grid can support more sustainable development Issues that are particularly relevant to a Pacific Northwest audience Summary of Workshop Content Module 1: Guide to this training (Jeff) Module 2: Introduction and Overview (Jeff) Module 3: Current Grid Infrastructure and Key Opportunities for Modernization (Kevin)
Module 4: Two Illustrative Smart Grid Implementation Issues How smart grid can address key existing shortcomings (Kevin) How smart grid can enable sustainability benefits (Jeff) Module 5: Regulatory Responses and Consumer Reactions to Smart Summary of Workshop Content Module 6: Case Studies Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project (Jeff) Transactive Control in the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Program (Kevin - slides courtesy of Dr. Ron Melton, PNSGDP Project Mgr, Battelle, PNW Division)
BPA funded demonstrations and pilots - Port Angeles is an example of a smart grid Early Adopter (Jeff) Denmark (a nation that has committed to 50% of its electricity coming from intermittent renewables - primarily wind - and uses a significant amount of hydro from its Scandinavian neighbors); case study focuses primarily on island of Bornholm as a testing ground (Jeff) Workshop Content (continued) Module 7: Smart Grid Occupations and Career Guides (Bob) Module 8: Conclusion and Wrap-Up (Bob) Train the Trainer Faculty: Jeff Hammarlund Adjunct Professor, Mark Hatfield School of Government, and Senior Research Fellow,
Center for Public Service, Portland State University Co-founder and lead faculty of nations first smart grid graduate course Chair, Smart Grid, Demand Response and Jeff Hammarlund, MA, MS, Electric Vehicles Team, Oregon Ten-Year PhD Candidate Energy Plan Adjunct Professor & Senior Senior positions with U.S. Senate Energy and Research Fellow, Portland Natural Resources Committee, U.S. State University Department of Energy, Southern California [email protected] Edison, a NW utility trade association, and energy consulting firms Owner of Northwest Energy and
Environmental Strategies and chair of Oregon Caucus, NW Energy Coalition Train the Trainer Faculty: Kevin Schneider Sr. Research Engineer, Energy & Kevin Schneider, Ph.D., P.E. Sr. Research Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory [email protected] Environment Directorate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Battelle Seattle Research Center, Seattle, Wash. Main areas of research are distribution system analysis and
power system operations. Adjunct faculty member, Washington State University; Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of Washington; and licensed Professional Engineer in Washington state. Chair, IEEE Distribution System Analysis Sub-Committee Train the Trainer Faculty: Robert Director for Strategic Topping Robert Topping, Ed.D. Director of Strategic Partnerships Regional Education & Training Center [email protected]
Industry Partnerships at the Regional Education Training Center in Elma, Washington. Identifies and qualifies key smart grid technology workforce competencies within a five-state region. Focus is on talent development, succession planning and safer work practices in the future energy and manufacturing industry sectors. Our Sponsor: The Pacific Northwest Center of Excellence for Clean Energy at Centralia College An Important Partnership Among Northwest Community Colleges, Universities, BPA, Utilities, National Labs, Industry and Labor
Avista Utilities Puget Sound Energy Portland General Electric Idaho Power Seattle City Light Tacoma Electric Utilities NorthWester n Energy Bonneville Power Administration
PNNL Energy Northwest Centralia City Light TransAlta IBEW 77 & 125 Washington State Labor Council AFL/CIO Anchor Partner Universities Washington State University Energy Program Portland State University 15 Subcontractors: Education and
Training Industry Labor National Lab Idaho State University Energy Systems Technology Center Utah Valley University Montana State University Project Objectives Deliver Smart Grid Training Create a Training Portal Share Best Practices
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