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Work Group Meetings
The North American SynchroPhasor Initiative (NASPI) Work Group meeting will be held in San Diego, California April 15-17, 2019. We invite members of the broad synchrophasor community to submit abstracts to be considered for presentation at the meeting. We are particularly interested in receiving abstracts that showcase innovative and novel applications of synchrophasor technology, to solve operational or planning electric power reliability and resilience challenges. We are also particularly interested in wide-area streaming applications of high-speed (so-called “point-on-wave”) time-synchronized measurements. To complement this topic, we encourage abstracts associated with inverter-based generation and renewable power integration, including ameliorating issues associated with low inertia future scenarios and the ability to maintain essential reliability services.
April 15, 2019 - The NASPI meeting will be kicked off with the Technical Workshop on Communication and Networking Issues, organized by Dan Brancaccio. The workshop agenda and any shareable presentation will be posted on the NASPI Workshop webpage.
Download all the presentations from a zip file.
We are pleased to announce that the October NASPI Work Group meeting will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on October 23-24, 2018. This Work Group meeting will feature invited user success stories, a vendor show, and poster session. Meeting content will include presentations from companies and individuals who are using synchrophasor technology successfully to solve specific challenges. Join us to hear about the solutions, accomplishments and lessons learned. Our distinguished keynote speaker will be Mike Bryson, VP of Operations, PJM Interconnection, LLC. We hope you join us in Philly!
A big congratulations to the 2017 NASPI Awardees. Without you, NASPI would not have seen all its successes over the years. You are what makes NASPI happen! Keep up the great work.
Press release: Office of Electricity Delivery & Energy Reliability: Recognizing the people behind the technology; NASPI 2017 Awards.
The North American Synchrophasor Initiative (NASPI) held its spring meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 24-26, 2018. This meeting featured technical sessions and presentations on new synchrophasor-based applications for planning or operational purposes, as well as uses that enhance the reliability and resilience of the power system. We shared and discussed new research in the synchrophasor technology deployment and advanced analytics. Robert W Cummings, the Senior Director of Engineering and Reliability Initiatives for the North American Electric Reliability Corporation delivered the keynote speech.
On April 24 from 8:30AM – 12:00PM NASPI hosted an optional technical workshop - Emerging Network and Communications Technologies. Learn more about the NASPI Technical Workshop.
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Thank you to the NASPI community and vendors for making the Springfield meeting so successful! We hope you had a productive time in Springfield and where able to leave with new or inspiring synchrophasor information. The Work Group presentations can be found below. The NASPI-NERC SMS Technical Workshop material can be downloaded here. If you have any changes to your presentation or comments in general please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are pleased to announce that the September NASPI Work Group meeting, vendor show, and poster session will be held in Springfield, Massachusetts, on September 26-27, 2017. On the afternoon of September 27, NASPI there will be a technical workshop on power system oscillations in conjunction with the NERC Synchronized Measurement Subcommittee (SMS) and IEEE Power & Energy Society. The NERC SMS will hold its meeting in Springfield, MA on September 28, 2017.
The NASPI Work Group meeting will feature invited user success stories. Join us to learn about synchrophasor implementation challenges, solutions, accomplishments and lessons learned. We also look forward to a keynote address from Gordon van Welie, President and Chief Executive Officer of ISO New England, Inc.