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2016 DOE/OE Peer Review

2016 Peer Review

2016 Peer Review

The Dept. of Energy’s Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (OE), in conjunction with Sandia National Laboratories, hosted the 2016 Peer Review conference Sept. 25-28 in Washington, DC.

Most presentations are available from the 2016 Peer Review Conference Archive page, including the Event Program. Also, the Attendee List (PDF, 344 kb) is available for download.

Download the Event Program – or – Visit the 2016 Peer Review website

Purpose

Research projects that receive financial support from the DOE OE are required to participate in regular peer review. The annual Peer Review serves as a platform to describe before science and engineering colleagues how the funded work met certain criteria. The objective of the meeting is to assess the following:

  • Basic and applied research projects: their progress, valuable results, and innovations.
  • Appropriateness of approaches and methods: logic, feasibility, soundness of how proposed and executed research is conducted.
  • Competency of personnel and adequacy of resources: performance of investigators, and the suitability of research environment and facilities used to perform research and evaluate technologies.

For more information about the 2016 Peer Review, view the Event Program, visit the 2016 Peer Review conference website or contact snl_energy_storage@sandia.gov.