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Development and Deployment of UHV transmission technologies in China - Smart Grid Seminar

April 29, 2021 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Live Virtual Event: Please Register using link
Event Sponsor: 
Stanford Bits and Watts Initiative, Precourt Institute for Energy, TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering
Contact Email: 
wahilaw@stanford.edu

Bits & Watts’ Smart Grid Seminar provides experts from academia, startups, research institutes, and large corporations to familiarize seminar participants with current challenges and advances in grid data analytics, economics, market design, battery storage, electrified transportation, power electronics, renewable energy. 

Speaker: Qing He, Senior Engineer, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (North America Office)

Seminar Abstract:With the increasing interconnectivity of the power grid, the benefits will be a qualitative leap forward. Based on changes such as high proportion of intermittent clean energy access, high-voltage high-capacity controllable DC transmission technology and the ever-expanding scale of interconnection, the concept of global energy interconnection (GEI) is put forward. In the future, GEI with the ability of inclusiveness, mutual assistance, access to a variety of renewable energy sources, could make full use of different energy resources by space-time complementarity, and promote clean energy as the dominant energy source.

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Qing HE is Senior Manager of GEIDCO, North America office, based in New York City, U.S, where he is responsible for technical communication. Dr. He joined  GEIDCO as a Researcher in the Economic and Technology Division in January 2018. From September 2018 – September 2019, he was with the Africa Office in Ethiopia. He started his career at China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI) as a Planning and Operation Researcher, where he has worked for 7 years and has involved with many ultra high voltage (UHV) projects on the interconnection power grid. Dr. He holds a Ph.D. in Power System and Automation from CEPRI, China.

 

Admission Info

Seminar is open to all Stanford students, faculty and staff. Register via the RSVP link.