MIT22_081JF10_lec07a

MIT22_081JF10_lec07a - hanges in the Electric Power Sector...

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Unformatted text preview: hanges in the Electric Power Sector Changes in the Electric Power Sector Presented to Sustainable Energy Choosing Among Options rfax Steve Fai eptember 30, 2010 September 30, 2010 utline Outline Who is Steve Fairfax? Introduction to the grid ulk electric power marketplace Bulk electric power marketplace Distributed generation Steve Fairfax MIT Course VIII 1978 Course VI, VIII 1984 1988-94 Head of engineering Alcator tokamak Consultant, guest lectures 1994-present 1984-1986 Principal Engineer Cyborg, Newton MA 986 988 Principal Engineer KSI Beverly MA 1986-1988 Principal Engineer KSI, Beverly MA 1994-1997 Failure Analysis Associates Inc. 997- resent President, MTechnology, Inc. 1997 present President, MTechnology, Inc. Technology, Inc. MTechnology, Inc. ounded 1996 Founded 1996 Applied quantitative risk assessment to 7x24 industries Leverage techniques, tools from nuclear power te miss l systems f rom 30 kW t Evalua ion-critica o 180 MW Power electronic systems development 1200 kVA power plant for Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems 2 kA magnet protection system for proton beam therapy cyclotron elected Clients Selected Clients OEMs Active Power ctive Power APC-MGE Cummins Emerson / Liebert Power One Rolls Royce Fuel Cell S&C Electric Company Siemens Still River Systems ustainX SustainX Utilities First Energy Progress Energy Salt River Project NorthEast Utilities Detroit Edison End Users Clean Energy Group lean Energy Group Fidelity Investments First Solar Goldman Sachs Harvard Medical School Jones Day JP Morgan Chase Merck & Co. MIT Consultants/Engineers CH2M HILL Industrial Design & Construction EPRI PEAC HDR EYP Mission Critical Facilities Jones Lang LaSalle Tishman Speyer troduction to the grid Introduction to the grid Role of electric power iss str Power plants, transm ion, di ibution As-built summary - ower, plants, lines, miles, substations, etc. power, plants, lines, miles, substations, etc. Transmission system design requirements Transmission voltages, stability limits ole of Electric Power Role of Electric Power National Academy of Engineering: Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20 th Century #1 - Electrification Electric power is essential to modern society Critical infrastructure relying on electric power: Information and communications anking finance commerce Banking, finance, commerce Oil and gas production and transport Rail and air transport ater Water Sewage US Generation by Energy Source, 2008 Energy Source Number of Generators Nameplate Rating Megawatts Natural Gas 5,467 454,611 Coal 1,445 337,300 uclear 04 06 147 Nuclear 104 106,147 Hydroelectric 3,996 77,731 Petroleum 3,768 63,655 Renewable 2,576 41,384 Pumped Storage 151 20,355 ther Other 49 1042 Total 17,658 1,104,486 http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/epa/epat1p2.html US Generation, Change 2006-2008...
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