Presentations and Executive Summaries
The following presentations were given at the June 15, 2010, Smart Grid Interactive Conference.
What is the Smart Grid and how can it support a more sustainable society?
Allan Schurr, IBM Vice President for Strategy and Development, Global Energy and Utilities
Battery Storage for a Smarter Grid: The case of Portland General Electric's Feeder Advanced Storage Transaction (FAST) Project.
The “Ever-Ready” Student Team (Naresh Bokka, Michael Broda, Rajin Kanth Roddy (RK) Karduri, Anil Palliboina, Cynthia Kan, Ken Nichols, Victor Shestakov)
Opportunities for the Smart Grid to Integrate with and Support EcoDistricts and District Energy System: The case of the proposed North Pearl Energy Project and Portland State University’s EcoDistrict Project.
The “Sludgehammer” Student Team (Fletcher Beaudoin, Bill Henry, Sam Henry, Ross Lancaster, Alexi Miller)
Portland’s electric vehicles Future: A look at the business, technological, and policy potential for electric vehicle adoption.
The “Green Wheels” Student Team (Matthew Hayes, Danielle Côté-Schiff Kolp, Alex Lopez, John Prohodsky, Jeremiah Thompson)
Austin’s Pecan Street Project: One model for integrating the Smart Grid into a comprehensive sustainable development strategy
Jose Beceiro, Board Member, Austin’s Pecan Street Project, and Director of Clean Energy Economic Development, Austin Chamber of Commerce