Notice of Staff Meeting
Transmission Research Program Colloquium
California Energy Commission staff will conduct a meeting to present research topics performed in the Commission's transmission research program
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008
CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
1516 Ninth Street
First Floor, Hearing Room A
This meeting is also available through WebEx (see public participation).
To present the interim and final results of various research topics undertaken by the Energy Commission's transmission research program. Specifically:
- Transmission Cost Allocation (and Strategic Benefit) Methodologies
- Real Time System Operations (RTSO) using Synchrophasors
- Enhancement of State Estimation Results using Real Time Phasor Measurement Data
- A Decision Making Tool for Planning Alternative Corridors for Transmission Lines (PACT)
- WECC Load Modeling
- WECC Wind Generator Modeling
- Development of Fault Controller Technology
- Critical Operating Constraints & Probabilistic Congestion Forecasting
- High Temperature Low Sag Conductors
The Energy Commission's Research Development and Demonstration (RD&D) Division supports public interest energy research, development, and demonstration. These RD&D activities include providing contracts and grants for research and development of energy technologies and related scientific activities.
The RD&D Division administers a total of $83.5 million in public interest energy research funds annually - $62.5 million for electricity and $21 million for natural gas.
Within the division the Transmission Research Program performs research projects that have the potential to enhance transmission capabilities.
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Participation is available through WebEx, the Energy Commission's on-line meeting service. To attend this meeting via WebEx, go to https://energy.webex.com and enter the meeting number: 924 450 176. When prompted, enter your information and the meeting password: trp@2008. After you login, a prompt will ask for your phone number. In the Number box, type your area code and phone number and click OK. You will receive a call back on your phone for the audio of the meeting. International callers can use the "Country/Region" button to help make their connection.
WebEx participation for callers with an extension type phone number (example: 916-454-5555 x451) go to https://energy.webex.com and enter the meeting number: 924 450 176. When prompted, enter your information and meeting password: trp@2008. After you login, a prompt will ask for your phone number. CLICK CANCEL. Instead call (866) 469-3239 (toll-free in the U.S. and Canada). When prompted, enter the meeting number above and your unique Attendee ID number which is listed in the top left area of your screen after you login. International callers can dial in using the "Show all global call-in numbers" link (also in the top left area).
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Note: California Energy Commission's formal name is State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission.