Optimal Strategies for Renewable Integration

Join us to learn best business practices for planning and operations modeling processes related to renewable and hybrid energy projects.

Thursday, September 29, 2022 | 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET

 

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Extreme weather events are becoming the norm. From cold snaps to heat waves, how can the energy system prevail in these conditions? Join us on September 29th for a discussion on the reliability and economic implications of these extreme weather events in energy systems with a high penetration of variable energy resources (VER).

In this webinar, Carlos Romero will discuss best business practices for planning and operations modeling processes related to renewable and hybrid energy projects. The webinar will also cover the entire lifecycle process from long term planning, to market analysis and portfolio short term operations.

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Key Takeaways include:

Comparative analysis of deterministic scenarios vs. Monte-Carlo simulations vs. Stochastic optimization
Renewables Lifecycle: from planning to operations; key considerations for integrating long term planning and short term operations
Renewables Value: optimal configuration of renewables and hybrid storage projects
Modeling Uncertainty and Extreme Events: effective tools for optimal modeling of renewable and other variable uncertainties while observing and managing extreme weather conditions
Digital Transformation: enterprise-wide collaboration, advanced market insights and digital platform to support the transition to a cleaner and more reliable energy grid

 

Speaker

 

Carlos Romero
Carlos Romero
Energy Exemplar

Carlos A. Romero is Principal, Solution Engineering at Energy Exemplar. He is responsible for product and solution positioning, business development and overall growth strategy for the PLEXOS and AURORA product lines of Energy Exemplar. He has over 20 years of experience in the design and implementation of regulatory framework, market analysis and forecast, business strategies and solutions for generation management, smart grid commercial operations, portfolio optimization, hydro-thermal scheduling, bidding strategies and asset-centric trading operations. Carlos earned his B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from La Salle University and his M.A. in Financial Administration from Business Administration School. He has worked with many customers around the world implementing software and consulting solutions, and reengineering business workflows to enhance profitability on Utility operations within the Smart Grid framework and GenCo operations. He has directed and lectured in numerous seminars and conferences focused on the planning, operation, structure and development of various aspects related to competitive and deregulated energy markets worldwide.