The Energy Transition: Gearing Up for the Smarter Grid – Part 3
IoT for Utility and Industrial Power Grids: Where is the value?
June 23, 2021 / 4-5pm CET / 10-11am Eastern
IoT is now part of the utility’s vocabulary. The good news is that the cost of devices and deployment has dropped. Connected devices on the distribution grid – think digital substations, intelligent transformer stations, smart chargers and more – enable informed actions through full data and analytics. Also, good news – companies have learned the hard lessons from the early days of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). It is critical to fully explore IoT data and understand the potential for automation that IoT systems provide for power grids operated by utilities or industrial facilities. There are lots of possible use cases such as grid transparency, predictive maintenance, outage prediction, power quality monitoring, and many more.
What you will learn:
- What use cases for IoT data and analytics are delivering value to public and industrial power grids?
- What must be in place to ensure successful outcomes and data security?
- What are the first steps?
There will be opportunities for audience interaction during the webinar.
After completing his studies in electrical engineering, Arjan Vromans started his career as a consultant power system analysis at KEMA, from where he made the switch to the petrochemical industry. Arjan has been working for Shell for over 20 years in different locations such as the Middle East, Siberia and his current work location Pernis near Rotterdam. At Pernis, Arjan is currently both electrical manager and electrical installation manager. In these years he has formed a clear vision on how through innovation and digitalization the maintenance and management of electrical installations can be optimized and how these contribute to the reliability of the electrical network, which will become increasingly important due to electrification as a result of the energy transition. Together with Siemens, Arjan was able to take the first steps in implementing data-driven maintenance and management of electrical installations.
Mr. Mukherjee has some 30 years of experience in the area of power transmission and distribution network planning as well as in grid design, construction, asset creation, technology adoption, automation and thermal power projects.
Mr. Ganguly has over three decades of power distribution utility experience – both for licensee and franchisee models of operation. His core areas: technology adoption, automation and smart grid applications.
Since April 01, 2019, Robert Klaffus is responsible as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the global Digital Grid business at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Robert holds a degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Technische Universität Berlin and ESCP Europe. He also holds an Executive MBA with Corporate Finance specialization from IE Business School.
Robert has collected lots of experiences over years in the whole energy sector with a focus on power distribution and energy automation.
Jill Feblowitz is an internationally recognized expert in the energy industry. With over 30 years of experience as an electrician, analyst and consultant, Jill has provided policy, business strategy and technical advice to energy providers, energy end users and government entities. She understands the impacts of game-changers (renewables, distributed energy resources, EVs, smart buildings and green hydrogen) on how energy is generated and delivered in a safe, secure, efficient and sustainable way. Energy companies will emerge as industry leaders if they take advantage of rapid advances in information and operational technology such as IoT, analytics, Big Data, automation, and edge computing.
In her career, Feblowitz has lead teams of engineers, programmers, economists, analysts, and researchers to deliver services and consulting projects to the energy industry. Ms. Feblowitz is a widely published writer and frequent speaker at industry conferences. She holds a S.B from MIT and an electrician’s license.