2013 Reliability & Markets Peer Review

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The Transmission Reliability R&D Reliability & Markets Peer Review included 13 presentations over 2 days on August 6 - 7, 2013 at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Presentations are available through the links. The agenda and list of presentations are included below.

The Reliability and Markets activity of the Transmission Reliability program researches, develops, and implements electricity infrastructure and market simulations that integrate economics and engineering principles. The activity helps to ensure electric reliability, while also improving the efficiency and economics of market operations.

Day 1: August 6
  • Session I
    1. Transmission Investment Assessment Under Uncertainty, Ben Hobbs, Johns Hopkins
    2. Renewable Integration Through Risk-Limiting Dispatch And Distributed Resource Aggregation, Kameshwar Poolla, UC Berkeley
  • Session II
    1. Development and Testing of New Tools, Ray Zimmerman, Cornell
    2. Commercialization of the SuperOPF Framework: Phase 3, Hsiao-Dong Chiang, Cornell
  • Session III
    1. Business Model for Retail Aggregation of Responsive Load, Shmuel Oren, Cornell
    2. ESP Network Reductions for Engineering and Economic Analysis of High Penetration of Renewables, Dan Tylavsky, U Arizona
    3. Development of Attribute Preserving Network Equivalents, Tom Overbye, U Illinois
  • Session IV
    1. Investigation of Advanced Stochastic Unit Commitment Solution for Optimal Management of Uncertainty, Lindsay Anderson, Cornell
    2. Efficient AC Optimal Power Flow & Global Optimizer Solutions, HyungSeon Oh, Cornell
Day 2: August 7
  • Session V
    1. Evaluating the Effects of Managing Controllable Demand and Distributed Energy Resources Locally on System Performance and Costs, Tim Mount, Cornell
    2. Mapping Energy Futures: The SuperOPF Planning Tool, Bill Schulze, Cornell
    3. Real-time Price Forecast with Big Data: A State Space Approach, Lang Tong, Cornell
  • Session VI
    1. Power System Reliability, Economics, and Air Quality, Max Zhang, Cornell