Electric Power Engineers, along with ENER-i.AI, will exhibit at DISTRIBUTECH Booth #6119 and invites you to connect with us during the event.  

Tuesday, February 7, 3 – 6 pm | Cantina Reception – drinks are on us at Electric Power Engineers Booth #6119. Stop by or feel free to let us know you plan to attend.  

Wednesday, February 8, 11 – 11:30 am | Aggregating and analyzing data for proactive maintenance to increase grid reliability presented by VP – Utilities, Distribution and Grid Modernization, Tamer Rousan
AMI and utility-level data has a multitude of uses including new opportunities to layer other data sources to predict maintenance and increase grid reliability. At this session, we’ll discuss how data engineering and modeling can help you to operationalize predictive maintenance, determine best practices for utilizing data in predictive maintenance and developing a roadmap for implementation. 

Wednesday, February 8, 2 – 2:30 pm | Practical Implementation of Scripting, Automation, and Optimization to Address Generation Interconnection and Transmission Planning Studies in Large Networks presented by Engineering Manager, Matt Mazhari 
Electric utilities in North America have received a great number of generation interconnection applications over the past few years and the trend is expected to continue in future. This added a huge burden to the staff and consulting partners to perform the system studies on time and align with the applicable standards. At the same time, the frequency and number of required system upgrades increased exponentially which brought up very COMMON questions like whether a particular study should be re-done or whether a set of mitigations suggested should be revisited.  EPE has employed advanced scripting, automation, and optimization frameworks to address a majority of the generation interconnection and transmission planning studies for multiple utilities in the US, ranging from steady-state, short-circuit, stability, and remedial action studies to mid- and long-term transmission planning. In this session, we will briefly cover some of those applications and share some practical insights on how those approaches can help transmission utilities path this transition period more smoothly. 

Thursday February 9, 9 am – 9:30 am | Managing DER Operations for Improved Voltage and Awareness presented by Senior Engineering Manager, Cody Davis 
If your utility is facing an influx of distributed energy resources (DER) interconnection requests, then this session will help you to learn more about the opportunities that smart inverter communications, voltage support functions, and control capabilities can present to improve the visibility and understanding of DER operations, reduce capital investment, and improve hosting capacity. The session will also identify the infrastructure necessary to support these capabilities as well as the technical, regulatory, and scaling challenges that must be addressed to realize the potential benefits.

Schedule a Software Demo | ENER-i.AI will exhibit at Electric Power Engineers Booth #6119 and Esri Booth #3517 and will conduct demos at both booths.

Get a Free Exhibition Pass | Register with Electric Power Engineers’ Promotion Code 10342 to get a free DISTRIBUTECH Exhibition Pass. 

Stop by or feel free to let us know you plan to schedule a demo or attend an event to your calendar via epeconsulting.com/distributech

Schedule a 1:1 Meeting | We’ll have engineering and business development professionals available to meet with you throughout the DISTRIBUTECH EVENT. If you’d like to schedule a 1:1 meeting, please contact us