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ESIC Seminar Series: The U.S. Department of Energy Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium Research Agenda

Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory, Pullman, WA
Jeff Dagle, Chief Electrical Engineer, PNNL Room 101
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About the event

OVERVIEW: The Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium (GMLC) was established as a strategic partnership between the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the national laboratories to bring together leading experts, technologies, and resources to collaborate on the goal of modernizing the nation’s grid.

Beginning in 2016, the DOE has funded more than $200 million for GMLC projects in six technical areas: 1) Device and Integrated Systems Testing, 2) Sensing and Measurements, 3) System Operations, Power Flow, and Control, 4) Design and Planning Tools, 5) Security and Resilience, and 6) Institutional Support. Jeff Dagle from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory currently serves on the GMLC leadership team, and will share his perspectives on the future directions of this research, and opportunities for collaboration.