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Thomas L. Nelson

Publications

NIST Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards, Release 3.0

Author(s)
Christopher Greer, David A. Wollman, Dean E. Prochaska, Paul A. Boynton, Jeffrey A. Mazer, Cuong T. Nguyen, Gerald J. FitzPatrick, Thomas L. Nelson, Galen H. Koepke, Allen R. Hefner Jr., Victoria Y. Pillitteri, Tanya L. Brewer, Nada T. Golmie, David H. Su, Allan C. Eustis, David G. Holmberg, Steven T. Bushby
Section 1305 of the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007 (Pub. L. 110–140) directs NIST ‘‘to coordinate the development of a framework that

Towards Timely Intelligence in the Power Grid

Author(s)
YaShian Li-Baboud, Julien M. Amelot, Dhananjay Anand, Gerard N. Stenbakken, Thomas L. Nelson, James Moyne
One of the key lessons learned from the 2003 Northeast Blackout in the United States was the need for improved timing. The problem began as an isolated issue,

NIST Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards, Release 2.0

Author(s)
George W. Arnold, Gerald J. FitzPatrick, David A. Wollman, Thomas L. Nelson, Paul A. Boynton, Galen H. Koepke, Allen R. Hefner Jr., Cuong T. Nguyen, Jeffrey A. Mazer, Dean E. Prochaska, Marianne M. Swanson, Tanya L. Brewer, Victoria Y. Pillitteri, David H. Su, Nada T. Golmie, Eric D. Simmon, Allan C. Eustis, David G. Holmberg, Steven T. Bushby, Michael D. Janezic, Ajitkumar Jillavenkatesa
The Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007 requires that NIST develop a framework of standards for the Smart Grid. This document is the second
Created September 24, 2019