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2014 EFCOG Electrical Safety Workshop. Welcome to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory Golden, CO July 14 - 18, 2014. Agenda. Call to Order Tim Peele Evacuation Procedure & Assembly Areas Tim Peele Introduction of Chief Operating Officer Tim Peele

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2014 efcog electrical safety workshop

2014 EFCOG Electrical Safety Workshop

Welcome to the

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Golden, CO

July 14 - 18, 2014


Call to Order Tim Peele

Evacuation Procedure & Assembly Areas Tim Peele

Introduction of Chief Operating Officer Tim Peele

Welcoming Remarks & NREL Overview Ken Powers

Security, Badging, DailySign-in Sheets Sal Sferrazza

NREL STM Campus Information Sal Sferrazza

Program Schedule Review Sal Sferrazza

- minor change in schedule:Switch DC Arc Flash Update @11:15 with Electrical Safety @2:45

Nrel chief operating officer ken powers
NREL Chief Operating Officer – Ken Powers

  • Ken Powers, NREL’s Deputy Laboratory Director and Chief Operating Officer

  • Ken served most recently as Associate Administrator for Management and Budgetat DOE's National Nuclear Security Administration(NNSA)

  • Served as Associate Administrator for Infrastructure and Environment at NNSA

  • He directed project management and procurement activities for NNSA's Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (OCRWM),

  • Served as the Deputy Manager of DOE’s Nevada Operations Office

2014 efcog electrical safety workshop

Leading the Way to a Clean Energy Future

Ken Powers

Deputy Lab Director/Chief Operating Officer

Laboratory snapshot
Laboratory Snapshot

Only National Laboratory Dedicated Solely to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

  • Leading clean-energy innovation for more than 35 years

  • 1,700 employees with world-class facilities

  • Campus is a living model of sustainable energy

  • Owned by the Department of Energy

  • Operated by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy

Nrel s mission
NREL’s Mission

NREL develops renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and practices, advances related science and engineering, and transfers knowledge and innovations to address the nation's energy and environmental goals.

Major programs funding
Major Programs & Funding

FY14 Spend Plan by NREL Program— ~ $400M

Scope of mission
Scope of Mission

Systems Integration

Market Focus

Energy Efficiency


Grid Infrastructure

Distributed Energy Interconnection

Battery and Thermal Storage


Private Industry

Federal Agencies

State/Local Govt.



Wind and Water




Residential Buildings

Commercial Buildings

Personal and Commercial Vehicles

National energy imperatives
National Energy Imperatives



Ensuring resilient and reliable energy systems

Stimulating clean-energy manufacturing


Protecting resources and reducing global warming

2014 efcog electrical safety workshop


Industry Collaboration

2014 efcog electrical safety workshop

Increasing Capacity, Improving Efficiency, Reducing Costs, Expanding Investment

  • Renewable energy accounts for 23% of all electricity generation worldwide (4,892 TWh).

  • Renewable electricity accounted for 56% of all new electrical capacity installations in the U.S.

  • U.S. clean energy investment reached more than $27B annually in 2012

  • Wind power accounted for about 75% of newly installed U.S. renewable electricity capacity in 2012

  • Solar PV capacity in the U.S. grew more than 83% from 2011 to 2012

  • Cumulative global renewable electricity installed capacity has grown by 97% from 2000 to 2012 (from 748 GW to 1,470 GW)

Worldwide Renewable Electricity Capacity

Source: 2012 Renewable Energy Data Book, U.S. Department of Energy

2014 efcog electrical safety workshop

NREL Innovation for the Future

  • Integrating/Upgrading Energy Systems

  • Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF)

  • Integrating renewable energy at all scales

Advancing DOE’s SunShot Solar Initiative

  • Reduce the cost of solar energy systems to 6 cents per kWh by 2020.

  • Cost competitive without subsidies to enable large-scale adoption across the US

Achieving Scientific Breakthroughs

  • Multi-Exciton Generation – potentially improving photovoltaic solar efficiency by 30%

  • Advanced Biofuels – Turning plants into fuels compatible with existing infrastructure

2014 efcog electrical safety workshop

NREL’s Energy Vision

  • A clean, resilient and reliable energy system contributing to economic prosperity, enhancing national security, and maintaining environmental quality

2014 efcog electrical safety workshop

For more than 35 years, NREL has delivered innovation impact enabling the emergence of the U.S. clean energy industry.

For more information please visit our website at www.nrel.gov.

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NREL Campus – General Information impact enabling the emergence

Nrel general information
NREL General Information impact enabling the emergence

  • Sign-In daily

    • Badges will not OPEN doors

    • You can EXIT anywhere but ALWAYS ENTER through RSF Main (east) entrance

  • Important Information Sheet

    • Evacuation Assembly Areas

    • Emergency Numbers

    • NREL/EFCOG Points of Contact Numbers ;

    • Change Sal’s number to: (720) 431-0972

    • Wireless Access User Name & Password

  • 2014 EFCOG Welcome Sheet

    • Site Map & RSF map hand-outs if needed

    • EFCOG Event Agenda

    • Featured Presenter Bios

Nrel general information1
NREL General Information impact enabling the emergence

  • Restrooms

    • 2 bathrooms downstairs 1st floor lobby behind registration area

    • Men’s & Women’s inside of each “B” Wing set of double doors 1st,2nd, 3rd, & 4th floors

    • Men’s & Women’s inside of each “A”Wing set of double doors 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5thfloors

  • Food & Snacks

    • Iced water outside San Juan all week; Iced tea, soft drinks & cookies each afternoon

    • NREL Café (Cafeteria building across from large parking garage)

    • Golden Grounds 2nd floor, A-wing

    • Off-site locations in and around Colorado Mills shopping complex

    • NOTE: NREL COMPANY PICNIC is on WED 07.16.14

      • $10.00/plate if visitors want to participate

  • Recycling

    • We have GREEN compost, GREY trashbins and BLUE recycle bins in each room

    • All plastic cups and utensils from the Café or Golden Grounds may be composted

    • Please use the appropriate bin when disposing of any items during you visit.

Efcog program schedule
EFCOG Program Schedule impact enabling the emergence

  • Agenda

    • The agenda is in your welcome packet (See change)

      • Electrical Safety will be presented at 11:15 AM (P.K. SEN)

      • DC Arc Flash Update will be presented at 2:45 am (Lloyd Gordon)

    • Tuesday & Wednesday AM

      • Check in at RSF X344 San Juan

    • Wednesday afternoon & Thursday

      • Check in at appropriate Working Group location

  • Working Groups

    • RSF X344 “A” / Power Systems Large Scale and Micro-grid

    • RSF X344 “B” / DC Electrical Hazards and Controls

    • RSF X344 “C” / Compensatory Controls for Arc Flashes

    • RSF X326 Gunnison / AHJ Policy Issues

    • RSF X344 Huerfano / Hazardous Energy Control