October 14, 2019
Lunch & Learn: Rethinking Power System Architecture for Serving Exurban Residential Paradigms with Panayiotis Moutis
UPDATED LOCATION: DANFORTH CONFERENCE ROOM, COHON UNIVERSITY CENTER
Join Carnegie Mellon University's Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation and Metro21: Smart Cities Institute for a Lunch and Learn by Scott Institute Systems Scientist Panayiotis Moutis. Moutis will be discussing Planned Communities (PC). PCs are a residential concept which aim to decongest the population growth out of the city centers, thus catering for the relief of urban environments and the reduction of pollution in major cities. The PCs, as medium-or high-voltage end-customers, which will be sited remotedly from what are sought to be traditional load centers, may suffer from reliability concerns (interruptions and black-outs). Additionally, in a de-regulated energy market, they will have to pay higher prices, due to transmission losses and network costs for the required systems infrastructure connecting them to the grid.
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