Lee Krevat and SDG&E are widely known for their progressive and innovative approach to Smart Grid initiatives and some of the topics covered in the podcast include:
Environment – Assess how to incorporate and enable all generation and storage options to support customer choice, improve grid stability, improve power supply options, and reduce GHG
Customer – Enable and motivate customer’s energy management through smart energy devices, new products and services, increased Energy Efficiency (EE)/Demand Response (DR), adoption of PEVs and renewable resources
Grid – Enhance the grid to reduce customer disruptions, resist attack, improve workforce and asset optimization In-home/in-premise displays, control of individual appliances, Energy management systems/controllers Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Integration, Renewable Resource Integration. Large Scale Energy Storage, Phasor Measurement Units, Self-Healing Grid, Network Communications
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“The reason I am releasing the podcast from Lee Krevat is because I believe we, as the smart grid community, need to share with each other useful information if the smart grid is going to become a reality.” explains Hecht, Smart Update Director.
“Lee will also be making a keynote presentation at our 2nd annual Smart Grid Technology Conference which is taking place on June 1st-2nd at the Crowne Plaza in San Jose. The event too is driven by a need for greater knowledge sharing and co-operation in the industry to ensure the efficient and effective roll out of all smart grid projects now and in the future.”
Lee Krevat will be joined on the speaker rostrum by several other utilities pioneering smart grid, including LADWP, OGE, Southern California Edison, CenterPoint Energy, Central Indiana Power and TVA.
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