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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and its power industry and software vendor partners are developing an innovative sustainable data evolution technology (SDET) to create open-access power grid datasets and facilitate updates to these datasets by the power grid community. The objective is to make this a sustained effort within and beyond the ARPA-E GRID DATA program so that the datasets can evolve over time and meet the current and future needs for power grid optimization and potentially other applications in power grid operation and planning.

The SDET approach will uniquely 1) derive features and metrics for both transmission and distribution (T&D) systems by analyzing many public and private datasets provided by our industry partners National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), PJM Interconnection (PJM), California Independent System Operator (CAISO), and Avista Utilities (Avista); 2) develop data-creation tools and use these tools to generate large-scale open-access realistic datasets that comply with the metrics for both T&D systems, and 3) validate the created datasets using industry tools provided by our vendor partner General Electric (GE).

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SDET 800 bus transmission model

800-bus transmission power flow model created by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Sustainable Data Evolution Technology (SDET) tool. It has total of 801 buses, 210 generators, 769 transmission lines and 143 2-winding transformers. For questions, please contact renke.huang@pnnl.gov

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Publisher
Modified Date
2018-09-18
Release Date
2018-09-18
Identifier
eaeb4bac-420a-46fc-9184-8c956142bd57
License
Other (Public Domain)
Author
Renke Huang
Contact Name
Renke Huang
Contact Email
Public Access Level
Public