ARCHIVE - Lugar Center Spring Forum - 13 May 2015
Energy Diversification in Indiana.
A multi-dimensional exploration of local impacts and opportunities from recent and near-term changes in energy costs. Electricity generation in Indiana is evolving more rapidly than ever before, becoming more diverse and complex. Increased renewable energy sources and the onset of distributed generation raise the importance of interconnect standards, energy efficiency, net metering, energy storage, microgrids, and grid frequency and voltage regulation. These issues must be addressed in holistic ways to provide reliable, affordable power to Indiana's important manufacturing base. At this event individual speakers and panel discussions will cover the various aspects of Indiana's emerging diversification in energy generation, storage, and management. The expected outcome of this 1-day event on the IUPUI campus is a deeper understanding and appreciation of considerations which infuse decision-making at the level of the consumer, businesses, communities, and the State.
The 2015 Spring Forum explores these challenges and solutions and will examine their relevance to the burgeoning energy diversity mix in Indiana.
Select presentation materials are available here:
Several speakers did not use presentation materials during their remarks
ARCHIVE - Lugar Center Spring Forum - 6 May 2014
Microgrid Interconnects and Energy Storage.
-To share best practices in renewable energy and distributed generation
. This year’s topic is the study of microgrids, specifically the power electronics involved in connecting them, and the energy storage needed for load-leveling or for mobility use. This event is designed for sustainability leaders, renewable energy solution providers, academic researchers, and students interested in learning more about these important topics. The Spring Forum is conducted by the Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy at IUPUI, and is our flagship event in this important field of endeavor.
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