Microgrids and Energy Storage for
Emergency Grid Resilience
U.S. DOE Office of Electricity Energy Storage Program,
Iowa State University Electric Power Research Center,
and Sandia National Laboratories
As extreme weather events and other potential disruptions to the electric grid increase in frequency, the need for new technologies and approaches for providing resilience in the grid increase as well. This five-session series will explore technologies, policies, economics, applications, and case studies associated with microgrids and battery energy storage as options to help emergency management agencies provide greater electricity resilience across the states in FEMA Regions 5 (IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI) & 7 (IA, KS, MO, NE).
Draft Agenda: Fridays from 10 AM to Noon. All times are Central Time.
|November 5, 2021||Introduction to Microgrids & Energy Storage|
|November 12, 2021||Stakeholder Needs|
|November 19, 2021||Microgrid & Energy Storage Applications for Resilience & Energy Equity|
|December 3, 2021||Microgrid & Energy Storage Engineering Challenges|
|December 10, 2021||Policy & Regulatory Approaches|
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