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Metamorphosis of the Electric Grid in Hawaii: Merging Intelligence, Data, and Energy to Reach 100% Renewable Energy by 2045
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|Title:||Metamorphosis of the Electric Grid in Hawaii: Merging Intelligence, Data, and Energy to Reach 100% Renewable Energy by 2045|
|Issue Date:||10 Nov 2015|
|Series/Report no.:||Mānoa Faculty Lecture Series|
|Abstract:||Research at the intersection of power systems, intelligent systems, and communication is critical to make innovative solutions that will be required to meet the human needs for sustainable energy, particularly in Hawai‘i, with its goal of using 100% renewable energy by 2045.
The Renewable Energy Design Lab (REDLab) is poised to develop the tools needed to advance the understanding of renewable energy systems with the goal of stable and reliable power generation.
One current project, funded by the National Science Foundation, focuses on grid optimization architecture, bridging data science, artificial intelligence, power systems, and economics to tackle ongoing and anticipated issues in the electric network.
|Description:||This item includes a video recording of a Mānoa Faculty Lecture Series presentation that took place in the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa Library and also a flyer for that presentation.|
|Pages/Duration:||Duration: 58 min. 29 sec.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mānoa Faculty Lecture Series|
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