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Video VCS/ICS calendar Module 1, Unit 2 — Fleet Transition using Data Analytics
This lecture covers protocols for prioritizing a fleet and designing a pilot to study to evaluate the project and understanding the varying needs of each fleet. This lecture is presented by Andrew Kotz of NREL.
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Video Module 3, Unit 1 — Electric Vehicles and Tariff Design
This lecture covers key design principles for tariffs and objectives and considerations for home charging tariffs vs. public charging tariffs, as well as other fundamentals of tariff design. This lecture is presented by David Hurlbut of NREL.
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Video Module 2, Unit 1 — Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Standards and Communication Protocols
This lecture covers the basic structure of charging standards; common codes; communications (across different charging networks) and interoperability protocols for seamless connectivity; and synergies with the grid as well as other EV ecosystem stakeholders (e.g. buildings, EVSE manufacturers, urban planners). This lecture is presented by Jesse Bennett of NREL.
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Video Module 2, Unit 2 — Understanding Charging Infrastructure
This lecture covers charging location options (public/private), equipment choices, and cooperation with the grid/utilities landowners, and EVSE manufacturers as well as understanding charging options, both spatial and temporal, depending on the choice of fleet. This lecture is presented by Kaylyn Bopp of NREL.
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Video D source code Module 3, Unit 2 — Planning for Implications on the Grid
This lecture covers grid planning and management; challenges and opportunities presented by EV loads on the electric grid; time and capital costs incurred by grid infrastructure upgrades; and long-term planning and customer support. This lecture is presented by Scott Belding of NREL.
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Video chemical/x-pdb Module 4, Unit 1 — Workforce Development
This lecture covers tracking the evolution of the EV labor market; steps to enabling workers to transfer from shrinking labor markets to expanding labor markets; and creating holistic workforce development strategies. This lecture is presented by Alex Aznar and Sanjini Nanayakkara of NREL.
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Video chemical/x-pdb Module 4, Unit 2 — Policies and Incentives for EV Deployment
This lecture covers regulations, policies, and incentives for EV deployment. This lecture is presented by Cabell Hodge of NREL.
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Video Module 4, Unit 3 — The Social and Institutional Dimensions of Urban Electrification
This lecture covers perspectives on urban electrification and considerations at the intersection of e-mobility, energy, equity, and urban planning. This lecture is presented by Paty Romero-Lankao of NREL.
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Video Implementing Renewable Energy Zones for Integrated Transmission and Generation Planning
In many countries, integrating significant renewable energy to the grid requires new transmission to access the best wind and solar resources and accommodate generation from large projects. The renewable energy zone (REZ) approach provides a policy framework for planning new transmission to encourage utility-scale renewable energy development in areas that have the highest likelihood of being cost-effective. This webinar introduced the REZ approach, including the value of REZ to a power system, crucial components of the REZ process, technical approach to defining REZs using geospatial analysis, and case studies to highlight examples and key lessons for implementing REZ in other parts of the world.
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Integrating Variable Renewable Energy to the Grid: Training for U.S. Government Staff
Variable renewable energy, such as wind and solar, provides a clean, carbon-free source of power. At high penetration levels, however, wind and solar variability, uncertainty, and geographic concentration can affect the planning and operation of the power system. This training is intended to help USAID and other U.S. Government staff understand and communicate grid integration concepts and develop a portfolio of grid integration activities that enable large scale-up of renewable energy on the grid. In addition to overviewing emerging grid integration strategies from around the world, the training will share experiences from USAID fieldwork that is currently supporting policy-makers, regulators, and grid operators in integrating wind and solar to meet renewable energy and climate change mitigation targets.
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