Energy Analytics for Smart Cities – Micro-Grid, Distributed Generation and Electric Vehicles

    The smart city is seen as an enabler to enhance livability, workability and sustainability through the use of information and communication technology (ICT) with the Union Government launching Smart City Mission, with the intention of developing 100 cities as Smart Cities. The critical success factor in the Smart City initiative is on the smart energy infrastructure which includes Power Delivery Systems, growth of the demand and enabling infrastructure for Electric Vehicles, improving the reliability and quality of supply with Micro-Grid development, integrating distributed generation (in particular solar and waste to energy power plants) and overall designing of the system with aesthetic outlook. The basic tenet of smart cities infrastructure is on Collecting, Communicating and Crunching (3C’s). The smart city collects information about itself through sensors, other devices and existing systems. It communicates that data using wired or wireless network for crunching (analyzing) the data to understand what’s happening now and what’s likely to happen next which would make the infrastructure smart.

    Considering the above, IEEE power and Energy Society, Bangalore Chapter is organizing a TWO day workshop on “Energy Analytics for Smart Cities – Micro Grid, Distributed Generation and Electric Vehicle’s”. The main focus of this workshop is to disseminate various issues to improve the energy infrastructure for the smart cities and promote research in Energy related analytics for disseminating information obtained through various measuring instruments, sensors and other allied information from smart cities domain. The improvement in energy infrastructure and greening of smart cities would be possible only with a shared understanding among all the stakeholders in the industry which will enable devising the energy analytics, technical guidelines, business strategies, rates and incentives considering the full range of costs and benefits. The workshop is organized with invited talk and brainstorming session from all the stakeholders’ viz., Regulators, policy makers, CEA, utilities, urban planners, infrastructure developers, distribution generation developers and investors, solar panel manufacturers, developers and investors, meter manufacturers, EV’s along with academicians and practicing consultants in this area.  The workshop proceeding would be shared among all the stakeholders including policy makers for fruitful action.

    Your active participation in this workshop through nomination will enable IEEE and power industries in enabling understanding and propose possible solutions for critical energy infrastructure in Smart Cities and make the workshop a success. 

    venue : IISc Bangalore

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    Workshop Programme Schedule

    23rd  September, 2016

    08:30 hrs-09:30 hrs.:   Registration
    09:30 hrs-10:15 hrs.:   Inauguration
    9.30 to 9.35 hrs.  :  Welcome address by Chair
    9.35 to 9.40 hrs.  : Lighting the Lamp
    9.40 to 9.50 hrs.  : Address by Chief Guest Mr.Sumanth D(T) KPTCL
    9.50 to 10.00 hrs. : Address by Guest of Honour by Dr.Sukla Chandra GM, GE Global
    10.00 to 10. 10 hrs. : Outstanding Service Award Ceremony
    10.10 to 10. 20 hrs. : Outstanding Engineer Award Ceremony
    10.20 to 10.25 hrs.: Vote of Thanks
    10.30 to 11.45 hrs. : Key Note Address by Dr.Giandomenico TestiABB

    High Tea: 11:45 12:00 hrs.

    Session 1: 12:00 1:30 hrs.

    Session 1 : Role of Smart Grid in Smart cities

    Moderator : Dr. Balaraman K  – PRDC

    Speaker 1 Mr. Akshay Ahuja, Indian Smart grid
    Speaker 2 Mr. Babunarayan, Addl. Director (Retd.) CPRI
    Speaker 3 Dr. Jagabondhu Hazra,  IBM

    Lunch Break: 13:30 14:15 hrs.

    Session 2: 14:15 15:45 hrs.

    Session 2 : Communication system and IT for energy systems in Smart Cities

    Moderator : Dr. GurunathGurrala – IISC

    Speaker 1 Mr. Mehmood, SRTS 2,  Power Grid
    Speaker 2 Ms. Anitha Varghese,  ABB
    Speaker 3 Mr. Ganga Prasad,  C-DAC

    Coffee/Tea Break: 15:45 16:00 hrs.

    Session 3: 16:00 17:30 hrs.

    Session 3 : IoT and Advanced Energy Production and Distribution Technology

    Moderator :  Mr. Suresh V – SRLDC

    Speaker 1 Mr. Balaji Gokulan Parasumanna, Bosch
    Speaker 2 Mr. DeepaknathTandur,  ABB
    Speaker 3 Dr. Yogesh Simhan , IISc

    24th  September, 2016

    Session 1: 9:30 11:15 hrs.

    Session 4 : EV infrastructure for Smart Cities

    Moderator : Mr. Sethuraman Ganeshan,  ABB.

    Speaker 1 Mr.Sanjay Krishnan,  LITHIUM
    Speaker 2 Dr.Allabaksh Naikodi, Mahindra
    Speaker 3 Mr. Arvind Ramanujam, TCS

    Coffee/Tea Break: 11:15 11:30 hrs.

    Session 2: 11.30 hrs.to13.30 hrs.

    Session 5 : Role of Distributed Generation, Micro-Grid and storage in shaping                                            smart cities

    Moderator : Dr. Kannan Tinnium,  GE

    Speaker 1 Dr. Uday Mhaskar, Schneider Electric
    Speaker 2 Mr. AmitRane, Wudmin Energy,
    Speaker 3 Mr.Narayan Raja Gopal, TCS
    Lunch Break: 13:30 14:15 hrs.
    Session 3: 14.15 hrs.to15.45 hrs.

    Session 3 : Big Data Analytics for Energy Sector in Smart Cities

    Moderator : Mr. Deepak Krishnan – WRI

    Speaker 1 Dr. Rajesh Sundaresan,IISc
    Speaker 2 Dr. Vinay Jammu, GE
    Speaker 3 Mr.Umashakar, ITC infotech
    High Tea Break: 15:45 16:00 hrs.

    Interactive Session  & Valedictory Function : 16:00 17:15 hrs.





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