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Students showcasing research posters at the 2015 GCEP Symposium

Evolution and Challenges of Alaska's "Railbelt" Electric System

January 27, 2022 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm
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
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Speakers: Phylicia Cicilio and Steve Colt

Seminar Abstract: Phylicia Cicilio and Steve Colt will discuss the history and challenges of carbon reduction efforts and renewable energy deployment in Alaska.

Speaker Bios: Phylicia Cicilio is a research assistant professor at Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP). She has a PhD in electrical engineering and specializes in power system dynamics, modeling, and planning. Steve Colt is a research professor of energy economics and policy at ACEP. His work focuses on the prices, incentives, and energy policy that supports and accelerates sustainable and resilient microgrids and energy systems.

Admission Info: Seminar is open to the public. Stanford students enrolled in the Smart Grid Seminar course will attend in person in Y2E2 300. All others, please register to attend on Zoom via the RSVP link.