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NIST Workshop on Smart Grid Testbeds and Collaborations II

NIST will hold a series of regional workshops to explore the diversity of smart grid testbed capabilities, and ways to develop a collaborative environment across these facilities through sharing information, leveraging resources, scaling experiments, and other forms of cooperation.  The workshops will consist of a half-day session on the NIST testbed project where we briefly present the testbed then listen to the viewpoints of stakeholders, followed by a half-day of presentations and discussions from other testbed facilities in the region.  These workshops are designed for stakeholders in the smart grid community and are open to the public.

Other dates and locations:

April 11, 2019 -University of Tennessee--Knoxville, Min H. Kao Building

 

9:00am                 Welcome

9:30am                 NIST Perspective on Testbed Collaboration

9:40am                 NIST Smart Grid Testbed

10:00am               Break

10:15am               Breakout Session:  Stakeholder Input on Collaborations

11:45am               Lunch

12:45pm               Stakeholder Panel: Experiences with Testbed Collaborations

2:15pm                 Break   

2:30pm                 Report Outs and Conclusions

4:00pm                 Closing Remarks - Tour of University of Vermont Testbed

 

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Please use the Volunteer Hall Parking Garage to Min H. Kao Building. Please see parking map for directions >>

Created March 12, 2019, Updated April 17, 2019