[ISS4E] Revised -Talk by Adam Wierman *2pm* Mon. Nov 26
keshav at uwaterloo.ca
Tue Nov 20 08:30:44 EST 2012
Please note that the talk will be held at 2pm in the same location.
SPEAKER: Adam Wierman
California Institute of Technology
TITLE: Energy procurement in the presence of intermittent sources
DATE: Monday, November 26, 2012
TIME: 2:00pm - 3:00 p.m.
ROOM: DC 1331
The increasing penetration of intermittent, unpredictable renewable energy sources, such as wind energy, poses significant challenges for the utility companies trying to incorporate renewable energy into their portfolios. As a result, there is considerable discussion about how electricity markets should be restructured in order to facilitate the integration of renewable energy into the grid. Suggestions include adding additional markets, moving markets, closer to real-time, etc. In this talk, I will discuss how the optimal energy procurement of a utility company changes as a result of an increasing penetration of intermittent renewable resources, and what impact this should have on electricity market structure. (Joint with Sachin Adlakha and Jayakrishnan Nair)
Adam Wierman is a Professor in the Department of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at the California Institute of Technology, where he is a member of the Rigorous Systems Research Group (RSRG). His research interests center around resource allocation and scheduling decisions in computer systems and services. He received the ACM SIGMETRICS Rising Star award in 2011, and has been co-recipient of best paper awards at ACM SIGMETRICS, IEEE INFOCOM, IFIP Performance, IEEE Green Computing Conference, and ACM GREENMETRICS. Additionally, he has received multiple teaching awards, including the Associated Students of the California Institute of Technology (ASCIT) Teaching Award.
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