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Evolution of EMS Control Centers – PMU Synchrophasor Solutions

报告题目: Evolution of EMS Control Centers – PMU Synchrophasor Solutions
报 告 人: Dr. Jay Giri(美国国家工程院院士)
报告时间: 2017年6月26日,10:00am – 12:00pm
报告地点: 清华大学西主楼3区102会议室
联 系 人: 张伯明    电话:62783086

 Jay Giri. Ph. D., IEEE PES Fellow, member of National Academy of Engineer. J Dr. Giri is Director of Power Systems Technology and Strategic Initiatives at GE Grid Software Solutions in Redmond, Washington, USA.
He is a co-founder of Energy System Computer Applications (ESCA). Jay Giri designed and implemented the original software for the ESCA automatic generation control (AGC) and dispatcher training simulator (DTS). 
He was a member of the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Governing Board – Member at Large for Industry Outreach – 2011-2016.  He is IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer.
Abstract:
Energy Management Systems (EMS) have been deployed for decades at utility control centers to manage the electricity grid in real-time. Today these EMS capabilities are poised to be enhanced quite dramatically with growth of PMU measurements. Solutions to decentralize management of the grid are also being introduced – these include Distribution Management Systems, Substation Automation and advances in grid control devices. This presentation will describe:
The history and evolution of the EMS from its digital genesis in the 1970’s.
The primary functions of a modern EMS
Emerging new industry drivers & emerging new technology trends
Impact of growth of microgrids, renewables and distributed generation on the EMS
Growth of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) and  synchrophasor    
  measurements worldwide
Wide area monitoring (WAMS) and wide area control (WAMPAC) solutions
Modern advanced fast-acting grid control devices
Concluding thoughts on the challenges and opportunities to manage the future   grid.