2010 UWIG Spring Technical Workshop and Annual Meeting
Wind Integration Where the Rivers Flow and the Winds Blow
April 15-16, 2010 - Portland, Oregon
The 2010 UWIG Spring Technical Workshop provided attendees with an expanded perspective on the status of wind in utility systems in the United States and other countries. The agenda, focusing on wind integration, application, and operation on utility power systems, included topics on systems operations in the Pacific Northwest, forecasting research and development, wind integration studies, technology developments, utility wind plant ownership experience, and industry developments.
UWIG is pleased to make available to the public presentations from the session Evolution of Systems Operations Thinking in the Pacific Northwest. All of the presentations from this workshop are available to employees of UWIG member organizations in the members area of the UWIG web site (log in required).
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Evolution of Systems Operations Thinking in the Pacific Northwest
Proposal for WECC to Develop an Energy Imbalance Market - Steve Beuning, Xcel Energy
Evolutionary Thinking on Reserve Sharing Groups, DCS Reliability Standard and Wind Ramps - Ty Bettis, Portland General Electric
NTTG/WestConnect/ColumbiaGrid Joint Initiative - Charlie Reinhold, WestConnect