Research funded by the OE Energy Storage Program, under the direction of Dr. Imre Gyuk, was recently recognized with best paper awards at the 2016 IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) General Meeting that was held in Boston July 17-21. The first paper outlines an optimization methodology for estimating the maximum potential revenue from an energy storage system participating in the PJM energy and frequency regulation markets. The second outlines the design of a prototype damping control system that will be tested on the Pacific DC Intertie later this year:

[1] R. H. Byrne, R. J. Concepcion, and C. A. Silva-Monroy, “Estimating Potential Revenue from Electrical Energy Storage in PJM”, accepted for publication in the 2016 IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) General Meeting, Boston, MA, July 2016.

[2] B. Pierre, R. Elliott, D. Schoenwald, J. Neely, R. Byrne, D. Trudnowski, J. Colwell, “Supervisory System for a Wide Area Damping Controller using PDCI Modulation and Real-Time PMU Feedback”, accepted for publication in the 2016 IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) General Meeting, Boston, MA, July 2016.