Tag: transactive energy


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Jul 2017

Utilities In the Middle – Building Connections for Transactive Energy

At the Transactive Energy Systems Conference in Portland this June, over 130 representatives of government, industry, utilities and academia gathered to share the latest ideas and results in transactive energy (TE). The takeaway: we’re seeing significant early promise in TE, but there is still a lot of work to be done on establishing value and business models. By introducing market-based micro-transactions between energy suppliers and users,...

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Utilities In the Middle – Building Connections for Transactive Energy

23

Jun 2017

Business Models & Blockchains: Update from the TES Conference

The 4th International Transactive Energy Systems Conference just took place on June 13-15, 2017. Over 100 experts from the region, across the country and even overseas gathered in in Portland, Oregon to share in the progress, challenges and next steps for the future smart grid full of DERs and prosumers. Smart Grid Northwest helped produce the conference, working closely with GridWise Architecture Council. The first...

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Business Models & Blockchains: Update from the TES Conference

17

May 2016

Transactive Energy Systems :: 2016 Conference

Register at the Conference Website The Third International Conference and Workshop on Transactive Energy brings together representatives of government, industry, utilities, vendor organizations, and academia to advance understanding and implementation of transactive energy. The core principle of transactive energy is to combine economic and control techniques, leading to improvements in power grid reliability and efficiency. It encompasses techniques for managing the centralized and local generation,...

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Transactive Energy Systems :: 2016 Conference

08

Mar 2016

Power and Energy Automation Conference

The Energy Systems Innovation (ESI) Center at Washington State University (WSU) is strongly committed to collaborations with industry and governments. The mission of the ESI Center is to conduct research and development as well as knowledge/technology transfer on smart grid in a societal context. The center faculty team includes 11 core faculty researchers in power grids and approximately 20 additional faculty members in allied fields,...

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