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Friday, September 23 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Enhancing electric power resilience in the face of extreme events.

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A panel of four researchers will addressed various aspects of the issue of power system resilience in the face of extreme events of the sort that can be caused by climate change and/or terrorist attacks. Granger Morgan of Carnegie Mellon will present an “Overview: Electric system resilience in the face of extreme events.” Sunhee Baik of Lawrence Berkley National Laboratories will address the problem of “Estimating the economic and societal costs of large outages of long duration. Luke Lavin of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory will discuss “Resource adequacy implications of temperature-dependent electric generator availability.” Finally, Angelena Bohman of Carnegie Mellon will discuss “Enhancing the resilience of power systems - Strategies, and their efficacy.” These short presentation will be followed by Q&A and round table discussion.

Friday September 23, 2022 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
DLCC Room 306