Texas Extraordinary Weather conditions and Blackouts | Ross Baldick | Intelligent Grid Seminar

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This presentation, discusses the consequences on the energy process in the Electrical Dependability Council of Texas (ERCOT) location of the serious cold climate in February 2021. The weather conditions context is to begin with reviewed, like its impact on electrical need, and on outages of technology in the direct up to and throughout the rolling blackouts. The causes for the outages and blackouts are talked about, and the outcome on wholesale rates are discussed. Broader implications for other regions are suggested.

Speaker Bio: Dr. Ross Baldick Professor Emeritus in the Section of Electrical andComputer Engineering at the College of Texas at Austin. He received his B.Sc. and B.E. levels from the University of Sydney, Australia and his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. His present-day study involves optimization, financial idea, and statistical evaluation utilized to electric powered ability program functions and electric power markets, the community plan and complex concerns connected with electrical transmission below electrical power industry restructuring, the robustness of the electrical power process to terrorist interdiction, electrification of the transportation sector, and the financial and technological implications of integration of renewables. His guide, Applied Optimization, emphasizes programs in electrical energy. Dr. Baldick is a Fellow of the IEEE and the recipient of the 2015 IEEE PES Remarkable Electric power Engineering Educator Award.


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