General Session 2: Resource Requirements for the Future Grid
301: The Control Room Operator of the Future
302: DER Recovery & Transformation in Puerto Rico
303: So We've Done the TRMM Assessment, Now What?
304: The Blind Side - Using Sensors to Visualize Distribution Assets
305: Cultivating a Culture for Data and Analytics Transformation
401: Building a Grid More Resilient to Weather, DER’s and Rising Consumer Expectations
402: Duke Energy Distribution Microgrids - Inverter-based Resources
403: Conceptual Approaches to the New Resiliency
404: Preparing Grids to Meet the Growing Demand for EV Fleet Charging
501: Utilizing Analytics to Identify Line Losses
502: Modernizing the Settlements Process
503: DERMS for High-Renewable Penetration Scenarios
504: Streamlining Restoration Efforts Using No-code Apps and Data Visualization
601: Grid Modernization and Resilience with GIS
Amy Barron - Duke Energy Manager GIS, Centralized Design, and Residential Development
Rick Grant - Duke Energy Vice President, Grid Operations
Christy Guenther - Duke Energy Sr. Manager, Transmission Innovation and Business Transformation
Matt Piper - Esri Global Industry Solutions Director - Infrastructure
Paul Wagner - Duke Energy Senior IT Manager
Scott Waldmann - Duke Energy Manager II – GIS, Centralized Design, and Residential Development
Sarah Wray - Duke Energy Systems Consultant
602: The Role of After-Action Reviews During Storm Response in Creating Real-time Safety-CANCELED
603: PPL’s Transformational Journey to Cloud Analytics
604: Utility Strategies for Structural Resiliency of Distribution Overhead Lines
605: A Maintenance Hat Trick: Safety, Cost, and Reliability
General Session 3: The Energy Transition and the Grid We Need to Support It
701: Zero-Trust Applications for the Grid (ZTAG)
702: Future Utility Engineers
703: Harmonization of the Electrified Transportation and Electricity Ecosystems
704: Advanced Communications over Redundant Passive Optical Networks
801: Grid Monitoring and Asset Management: A Case Study from Alabama Power
802: Can the Transmission Grid Support a Mass Transition to EVs?
Joshua Loyd - 1898 & Co. a part of Burns and McDonnell Zero Emissions Mobility Consultant
Casey Cathey - Southwest Power Pool Director, System Planning
Kyle Combes - 1898 & Co., part of Burns & McDonnell Project Manager
Malinda Broussard-Briscoe - Evergy Manager- Distribution Planning Engineering
Lincoln Wood - Southern Company Electrification Manager
803: Accelerating Industry Response to Climate Change and Wildfire Risk Mitigation
804: Innovation and Technology to Meet T&D Challenges
General Session 4: Transmission Planning for a Cleaner and More Resilient Grid
When do I need to be in the room where I present?
Speakers should be in the room where they are scheduled to speak about 15-30 minutes before their presentation to download it onto the computer at the podium before the session starts. There will be an AV tech on hand to assist and a T&D World staff or representative to introduce you.
Can I use my own template?
Yes. We request that you use the T&D World template for your opening and closing slides which can be found in the Speaker Hub in the Speaker Toolkit.
What should I bring to my presentation?
Your presentation should be downloaded to the desktop in the room where you are scheduled to present. An AV tech or Show Management will be able to assist with loading the presentation on the desktop. A slide advancer/laser pointer will be provided.
What audio/visual equipment is provided?
Screen, projector, podium, microphone or lavalier, slide advancer/laser pointer and a laptop computer. Plan to prepare your presentation in 16:9 format (HD).
Do I need to prepare handouts?
Attendees will have electronic access to your presentation via a password protected webpage that will pushed out on the first day of the show.
Am I registered and what is included?
All speakers and panelists will be sent a registration link. Speakers and panelists receiving complimentary badges can pick up their badges onsite beginning October 5, 2022.
Your registration will cover the conference sessions, breakfasts, coffee breaks and networking receptions.
Is there a speaker ready room?
Conference Manager, Debbi Wells, will be located in the registration or session rooms area for all speaker-related questions or issues..
What are the guidelines for preparing my presentation?
Please refer to the Speaker Hub where an entire section is dedicated to presentation details under Speaker Toolkit.