Electric Vehicle Integration into the Power System (May 3)
Power and Energy Society Chapter & Consumer Electronics Society Chapter
Electric Vehicle Integration into the Power System
By: Mr. Marvin Moon
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Date, Time, and LocationThursday, May 3, 2012 6:00 PM – Networking 7:00 PM – Presentation ITT Technical Institute – Sylmar Campus 12669 Encinitas Avenue, Sylmar, CA 91342
The impact of Electric Vehicles (EV) on today’s power grid provide both challenges and opportunities for today’s utility as more automotive manufacturers bring cars to the market.
The presentation will provide a technical discussion revolving around considerations and modeling of EV integration and what it means from a power system perspective. Included in the presentation will be strategies on home, public, workplace, and fleet charging. The presentation will wrap up discussing strategies to encourage EV adoption as well as Date: barriers to overcome.
Marvin D. Moon is the Power System Executive Office Director for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). He is currently responsible for oversight of various major Power System projects including Electric Vehicles, Smart Grid/Meter Management, Demand Response, Major Distribution Project Coordination, Developmental Services, Reliability and Asset Management.
Mr. Moon’s previous responsibilities, as Power System Engineering Division Director, included design and management of all projects related to the Power System infrastructure of the LADWP. This included projects for generation, substations, underground transmission, renewable, and the distribution system.
Mr. Moon has been recognized as an Innovator by the Electric Power Research Institute, and has twice received the Los Angeles City Productivity Award.
For information please contact Mr. Milenko Bistric, IEEE SFV PES Chair at email@example.com