Workshop on Steering Cities and Regions towards Resilience and Equity is an event related to the project titled “SRS RN: Sustainable Transportation Electrification for an Equitable and Resilient Society (STEERS)” and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). This event …

Workshop on Steering Cities and Regions towards Resilience and Equity, 12/15/2022 Read more »

Electric grids worldwide are rapidly changing with the integration of much more renewable generation, the addition of new loads, and new technology.  Our electric future could be quite bright as we quickly move to a long-term sustainable energy infrastructure!  However …

Resilient Electric Grid Consortium of North America Symposium (RECONS 2022) Read more »

At 3 p.m. CDT on August 31, 2022, Adam Birchfield, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, is going to present the webinar titled “Modeling and Analysis of Interdependent Electric Power Grid …

Webinar on 9/21/2022: Modeling and Analysis of Interdependent Electric Power Grid and Natural Gas Network Read more »

The paper titled “Use of D-STATCOM for Solid State LED Lamp Harmonic Power Mitigation” was recognized with Best Paper Award at the 10th International Conference on Smart Grid (icSmartGrid2022) held in Istanbul, Turkey, on June 27-29, 2022. The authors are …

icSmartGrid2022 Best Paper Award for Robert Balog, Wesam Rohouma, Miroslav Begovic, and Aaqib Peerzada Read more »

On the impact of U.S. heat wave on the power grid of Texas, National Public Radio (NPR) interviewed Thomas Overbye, Ph.D. (O’Donnell Foundation Chair III Professor at  Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, TAMU, and Director of TEES Smart Grid …

Comments by Thomas Overbye and Le Xie on Impact of U.S. Heat Wave on Texas Power Grid in July 2022 Read more »

At 1 p.m. CDT on August 31, 2022, Le Xie, Ph.D., Segers Family Dean’s Excellence Professor, Chancellor EDGES Fellow, and Presidential Impact Fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, Associate Director-Energy Digitization at Texas …

Webinar on 8/31/2022: Toward Carbon-Neutral Electricity and Mobility: Is the Grid Infrastructure Ready? Read more »

Kate Davis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, was interviewed on the cyber security research protecting power grid resilience conducted at Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), along with her senior Ph.D. student …

Interviews with Kate Davis and Bill Flores on Importance of Grid Cyber Security Research Read more »

At 3 p.m. CDT on July 13, 2022, Thomas J. Overbye, Ph.D., O’Donnell Foundation Chair III professor at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, TAMU, and director of TEES Smart Grid Center, is going to present the webinar titled “An …

Webinar on 7/13/2022: An Approach for the Direct Inclusion of Weather Information in the Power Flow Read more »