Toni Trias’ HELM method is presented at the DOE Advanced Grid Modeling Workshop (AGMW)

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, AGMW provides an overview of the Department’s modeling-related research activities pertinent to the electric system, and to lay out a research and development roadmap that applies advancements in mathematics and computation to improve the performance and capability of power system software tools and/or operator platforms, for the benefit of enhanced system reliability and flexibility. The event was co-hosted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ONRL) and University of Tennessee, with planning support by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory. This particular workshop leverages significant insights from previous stakeholder meetings. Over the past six years, OE and the Office of Science’s Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) Program have supported several workshops to discuss how mathematical and computational advancements could benefit grid modernization efforts.

Many of the electric grid and utility industry leaders attended.  The full program can be found at ORNL’s website.