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TE Challenge Phase I Capstone Event

The NIST Transactive Energy Challenge Phase I Capstone virtual meeting is the culmination of our TE Challenge first year of team activities. Our efforts in the past 3 months have made significant progress toward a co-simulation framework to support transactive energy simulations. We will present that work along with updates on the Phase I team efforts, review of NIST and DOE TE strategy and plans for our TE Challenge Phase II. The virtual meeting format allows us to engage more of you to share what we are doing now and planning for the future, and to obtain your input on these plans. More information on the TE Challenge can be found on the NIST TE Challenge site and the TE Challenge Collaboration site.

Please join us! And please register ahead of time to let us know you’re coming (see link to right).  You’ll receive the Capstone meeting logon information in your registration confirmation email!

Who Should Attend:

The event is for all those interested in:

  • the TE Challenge and how it can be valuable to electric system stakeholders;
  • advancing TE and providing input to make the Challenge more impactful;
  • hearing about first year Phase I accomplishments (including the draft co-simulation framework, Business & Regulatory Models team report and more);
  • learning about potential involvement in new team efforts to work on TE simulation problems and advancing TE science.

  • Welcome and introductions (Dave Wollman, Deputy Smart Grid and Cyber Physical Systems Office, NIST)
  • TE Challenge Phase I team reports (David Holmberg and TE Challenge team leaders)
  • Co-simulation Framework, reference grid and scenarios, metrics and tools (Marty Burns)
  • DOE TE program and role of TE Challenge (Chris Irwin, DOE)
  • NIST TE strategy and plans and the NIST TE White Paper (Avi Gopstein, NIST Smart Grid Program)
  • Open discussion and feedback
Created August 16, 2016, Updated January 5, 2017