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Ieee usa energy policy committee washington dc september 23 2004 philip overholt@hq doe gov

DOE Office of Electric Transmission and Distribution

Activities Update

IEEE USA Energy Policy Committee

Washington, DC

September 23, 2004

[email protected]


Ieee usa energy policy committee washington dc september 23 2004 philip overholt hq doe

Office of of Electric T&D

OETD

RD&D

Analysis

Electric Systems RD&D

  • Transmission Systems

    • Including high capacity conductors

  • Distribution and Integration

    • Including interconnection of distributed energy

  • Energy Storage

  • Superconductivity

Electric Power Systems Operations and Analysis

  • Electricity Policy Modeling and Analysis

    • Provide Check/Balance to the FERC

  • Electric Markets and Technical Assistance

  • Electricity Exports

    • Including Presidential Permits

  • Power Marketing Administration Liaison


Eastern interconnection phasor project plan

Eastern Interconnection Phasor Project Plan

Phase Ia (summer ‘04)

  • 10-12 Instruments, most are already installed but not connected

  • Work out communications issues

  • Transfer software tools to users

  • Establish relationships

Phase II (2005- )

  • More than 350 Instruments

  • Projected benefits from previous slide realized

  • Vendors participating at all levels

  • Inexpensive instruments and communications available

Phase Ib (late 2004)

  • ~50 Instruments

  • Immediate benefits from previous slide realized

  • All major corridors covered

  • Data available to research community to begin work on projected benefits


Eipp working group

EIPP Working Group

  • Vision – improve power system reliability through wide-area measurement, monitoring and control

  • Participating Organizations (as of March 2004)

  • Task Team Organization


Eipp reliability monitoring with synchronized phasor technology

EIPP Reliability Monitoring With Synchronized Phasor Technology

Real-time monitoring and alarming of regional angle differences against predefined thresholds


Wapa is field testing composite conductors

WAPA is Field Testing Composite Conductors

  • 1 mile –230 kV line in Fargo, ND

  • Replaced 954 ACSR with 795 ACCR

  • Installed by WAPA Sept 30, 2002

  • Data acquisition started on Oct 3rd

  • Performing as predicted


Field testing in fargo required development of medium size accr conductor and accessories

Field testing in Fargo required development of medium size ACCR conductor and accessories


Ieee usa energy policy committee washington dc september 23 2004 philip overholt hq doe

Power Electronics

(Advanced Materials)

Cables and Conductors

Substation and Protective Systems

Advanced Conductors

Sensors

Transformers

Solid-State Devices

Next-Generation Cables

Circuit Breakers

SiC

Switchgear

Cable Diagnostics

Diamond

Fault Current Limiters

High-Voltage Testing

GridWorks

GridWorks takes an integrated perspective of the entire electric system. It is organized to create a cohesive, comprehensive portfolio of equipment that will be introduced into the electric system in a manner that will ensure safe, reliable, and efficient operation.


Ieee usa energy policy committee washington dc september 23 2004 philip overholt hq doe

“Next generation” technologies for meeting future needs

Modernization

Technologies for Tomorrow

Superconducting Cable

  • HTS Technologies

  • “GridWorks” Technologies

    • Cables

    • Transformers

    • Motors

    • Fault current limiters

    • Power Electronics

  • “GridWise” Technologies

    • Distributed intelligence

    • Distributed energy

    • Distributed communications and controls

  • Advanced Materials

Fault current limiter

Superconducting Transformer

SuperVAR System

Advanced Energy Storage

Superconducting Flywheel

Grid-Friendly Appliance Controller

Diamond Devices


Ieee usa energy policy committee washington dc september 23 2004 philip overholt hq doe

OETD Funding Profile

($000)

Congressionally Directed

FY02 – 25,209

FY03 – 30,437

FY04 – 25,750

* Includes 4,905

for blackout studies


Ieee usa energy policy committee washington dc september 23 2004 philip overholt hq doe

DOE Transmission Reliability Research

Resources:

  • TR Program: http://electricity.doe.gov

  • Vision and Roadmap Proceedings: http://electricity.doe.gov, go to “About the Office.”

  • http://phasors.pnl.gov

  • NEP: www.pi.energy.gov

  • NTGS: www.ntgs.doe.gov

  • www.energetics.com/gridworks.html

  • www.gridwise.org


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