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PMIwhiteImpact of High Power Electronics

Tuesday, August 27, 2024 - 2:00 PM ET

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The plummeting cost of high voltage/high power semiconductors and waveform-sampling microcontrollers is creating a new generation of power-hungry loads with minds of their own.

Increasingly, electrical compatibility between the utility and load is a matter of satisfying an intelligent controller's thresholds rather than the physical needs of a load. With solar and wind growth, this complexity extends even to generation. Challenges from these trends are outlined, along with possibilities for incorporating these trends on the utility side of the meter to address them.

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Registration - 1 Hour Class

Speaker - Chris Mullins

Chris Mullins is President at Power Monitors, Inc. in Mt. Crawford, VA.  Chris leads a company devoted to leading-edge product development to meet the needs of electric utilities and electricity end-users. His 30 years at Power Monitors have provided him a deep background in electric power quality, power line communications, and electronic instrumentation design, and his work has resulted in patents in power line communications techniques, power quality instrumentation, and energy monitoring.  Chris is an active member of several IEEE standards groups, and has authored over 70 white papers on many power quality topics. He holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia.

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