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  1. IoT China

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    2018(10th) Shenzhen International Internet of Things Exhibition will be held on July 31-Aug 2. It’s expected to be a complete showcase of IoT industry chain with more than 500 exhibitors.It is exclusively dedicated to showcasing the whole IoT industry chain (Perceptual Layer, Network Layer and Intelligent Application layer of IoT).It exhibits the technologies of RFID, Sensor Network, Short-Range Communication, Financial Mobile Payment, Middle-ware, Big Data Processing, Cloud, Real-Time Locating, and etc; It also shows the IoT solutions and applications in various industries.

    For the consecutive nine years, the leading event has become the biggest and the most comprehensive IoT event with annual 21% growth rate. Last year, the number of exhibitors is growing from 453 to over 532, the visitors are from 87,426 to 101510. So far,more than 300 RFID manufacturers,including global leading brands Alien,Tatwah Smartech,Invengo, Alien, Mühlbauer, ST, Fudan Microelectronics, Sato, Denso, Fujitsu,Zebra,Murata and UPM will exhibit at IoTE 2017. Other IoT global players such as Huawei, ZTE, Intel,Telit, Sensoro, Baidu, Gizwits, NXP, Fujitsu, Invengo, Postek, Aisino, Legic China, Trimble-ThingMagic, Alien, NB-IoT Alliance, China Unicom, Lierda, Xlink, ACS Tech, BEONE, Ing Dan, Zigbee Alliance, Figigantic,Security & Fire, Umeinfo, AMN, and etcs, are also expected to participate IoTE 2018.

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  2. Assessment of DERMS Deployment Under Various Operating Conditions

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    Under the California Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC -1) project for Distributed Control for Smart Grid, San Diego Gas & Electric conducted a demonstration of various DERMS use cases. The demonstration consisted of the modeling of two SDG&E substations and feeders with an open tie and various downline DERs and devices.

    The software was written and delivered by Advanced Control Systems. The seminar will summarize the findings, benefits and recommendations related to a DERMS installation. The demonstration consisted of control of LTCs, Voltage regulators, capacitors, switches and DERs. The DERS were 2MW PV inverters with a 2MW energy storage unit, each operating with injection into the grid.

    Various use cases were demonstrated to study quiescent and stress operating states including failure modes, low and high DER injection modes, low and high load conditions, with the transition performance between each mode of operation. Three classical control technologies were compared and will be reported for each demonstration.

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  3. Research Brief: Spotlight on Low Income

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    SECC research leaders will give voice to low-income consumers to qualify and quantify consumer needs and provide tangible insights regarding communication, delivery partnerships and low-income program design.

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  4. Community Solar Power Summit

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    The Community Solar Power Summit, produced by the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA), brings together leading community solar businesses, utilities, non-profits, and policymakers for an exclusive two-day event — featuring in-depth conversations with national community solar thought leaders from CCSA, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), and other industry leaders, along with sessions on current trends and policies, and targeted matchmaking and networking opportunities.

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  5. July 2018 Battery Seminar

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    Conference fostering joint development efforts to advance energy storage solutions

    Key Event Highlights:

    • Entire day of in-depth training by EnerDel on Lithium Ion battery chemistry, its manufacturing, battery management system (BMS) design, thermal management, testing and validation methodologies, safety processes, etc. Attendees will gain an appreciation for:
      • Introduction to battery history – primary and secondary battery chemistries, and advanced battery technologies
      • Markets and applications – today and tomorrow
      • Li Ion theory of operation, cell components and design, and comparison of different chemistries
      • Module, pack and system design criteria, including requirements for BMS design and development
      • Overview of cell, module and pack manufacturing processes, and the importance of quality manufacturing systems
    • Latest industry updates on use of energy storage systems in automotive applications by subject matter experts from major OEMs, Tier 1 system developers and battery makers
    • Latest industry updates on use of energy storage systems in large-scale stationary grid/utility storage applications by subject matter experts from major Utility companies, Tier 1 system developers and providers
    • Poster presentations
    • Complimentary meals and refreshments
    • Plenty of industry networking opportunities
    • Chance to win some cool prizes in a raffle Giveaway
    • An evening cocktails reception and an exclusive guided tour of Intertek facility

    Event attendees will get an exclusive opportunity to tour the 100,000+ square-foot Intertek Battery Testing Center of Excellence to learn about the latest testing methods for batteries of all sizes from coin-cell through electric vehicles. Intertek performs a variety of tests out of this facility, to industry and global standards, including life-cycling, vibration, environmental, abuse and safety certifications. See this facility firsthand and ask questions to resident experts, and enjoy some light appetizers and beverages while networking with industry peers.

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  6. Integration of Sustainable Energy Expo and Conference

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    Get connected – Meet experts from industry and science to receive insider information on the energy system of tomorrow!

    The contribution of renewables in the electricity and energy sectors is steadily increasing. The future challenge is intelligent integration at the system level: to maintain stability of supply while simultaneously stabilising energy costs. This is an interdisciplinary task, one that will accompany us as a society for years and decades to come. At the iSEnEC – Integration of Sustainable Energy Expo & Conference, industry meets research – to encourage and foster mutually beneficial exchanges. Professionals, speakers and exhibitors from all areas of energy technology come together at this event.

    The iSEnEC integrates multiple technical conferences exploring topics that make key contributions to the development of sustainable energy systems. The core focus: system integration of sustainable-energy technologies.

    Save the Date – the iSEnEC will take place on the 17th and 18th of July 2018!

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  7. Aspen Energy Week: Designing Transitions for the New Energy Economy

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    Aspen Energy Week is once again convening a small group of diverse energy experts in Aspen with this year’s topics including the future of electricity markets and roles of States and Utilities in the Energy Transition in North America. This year, Aspen Energy Week will be co-chaired by Ernest Moniz, former Secretary of Energy and Andy Karsner, Managing Partner of The Emerson Collective.

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