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Video application/x-troff-ms Key Considerations for Adoption of Technical Codes and Standards for Battery Energy Storage Systems
Hosted on June 30, 2021, this webinar, based off a recently published technical report from NREL, presents global best practices of codes, standards, and interconnection procedures developed to support the safe and reliable deployment of battery energy storage systems (BESS) and a recently published USAID Clean Power Asia report from Hawaii Natural Energy Institute (HNEI), that builds off the NREL technical report to provide guidelines for developing BESS technical standards by referencing current international BESS related codes and standards.
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Video G-PST: Workforce Development for Power System Transformation
Developing a well-trained and diverse power system workforce is key to continued innovation in the power sector. The Global Power System Transformation (G-PST) Consortium's Pillar 3, led by Imperial College London, hosted a webinar focused on how to upskill the existing power sector workforce and revamp post-graduate power education programs.
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Video USAID-NREL-ACE AIMS III Air Quality Modeling Webinar
Southeast Asia air quality webinar hosted by NREL, the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE), and the University of Minnesota: NREL, ACE, and research partners from the University of Minnesota presented on an ongoing AIMS-III task exploring the air quality and public health implications of regional renewable energy scale-up and interconnection on September 30, 2021.
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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 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 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 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 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 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 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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