In this project, a multi-lab team is identifying a comprehensive menu of strategies that facilitate and support enhanced utility distribution system planning. This includes guidance on how to consider and incorporate non-wires alternatives, distributed energy resources, and advanced grid components and systems.
The team is educating and providing technical assistance for state regulatory agencies, such as public utilities commissions, as well as rural electric cooperatives, municipal utilities, and investor-owned utilities. The team is also identify significant gaps in existing and emerging EDP approaches, as well as identifying and applying tools and methods that address these issues.
The Grid Architecture project objectives are to provide a set of architectural depictions, tools,
October 26, 2017
The first in a series of regional trainings for public utility commissions on distribution system
The third in a series of regional trainings for public utility commissions on distribution system
The second in a series of regional trainings for public utility commissions on distribution syste