viernes, 9 de diciembre de 2016

Presentación del MIT Utility of the Future

El próximo día 15 se presenta el último estudio de MIT, Utility of the Future, dirigido por Ignacio Pérez Arriaga, y al que han contribuido muchos investigadores del IIT. Abajo encontraréis el link para apuntaros al streaming en vivo.

Join us for the release of the MIT Energy Initiative’s Utility of the Future study report, a comprehensive new research report to help regulators, policy makers, and industry to prepare for and shape the evolution of electric power systems.
The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) invites regulators, policy makers, industry stakeholders, research partners, and representatives of advocacy organizations to the release of a significant new research report resulting from a multi-year MIT study: The Utility of the Future. The report will be released in Washington, D.C., on December 15, 2016, from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM at The National Press Club. Lunch will be provided. There is no charge for this widely attended event. The event will also be livestreamed for those who are unable to attend in person.
Important changes are now affecting the distribution side of electric power systems. Emerging distributed energy technologies are creating new options for the provision and consumption of electricity services. At the same time, information and communications technologies are becoming ubiquitous, enabling more flexible and efficient consumption of electricity, improved visibility of network use, and enhanced control of power systems.
The Utility of the Future study report presents a framework for proactive regulatory, policy, and market reforms designed to enable the efficient evolution of power systems over the next decade and beyond.
At this event, leading energy experts from MIT, IIT-Comillas, and other entities will present key findings and recommendations resulting from the comprehensive research study, related to reforms in pricing of electricity services, regulation of distribution networks, and market design to respond to the evolving sector and achieve substantial cost savings for consumers and industry.
Speakers include Robert C. Armstrong, MITEI director and MIT professor; Ignacio Pérez-Arriaga, study principal investigator, MIT visiting professor, and IIT-Comillas professor; Raanan Miller, study executive director, and members of the research team of authors. The study team from MIT and IIT-Comillas combines a range of skills in quantitative economic and engineering modeling, with a deep understanding of the complex interactions in the electric power industry.
RSVP at the link below to attend in person or to receive the link to the livestream.
This event is open to members of the media. Journalists, please RSVP directly to Emily Dahl,

1 comentario:

Fernando Leanme dijo...

Voy a ponerlo en mi calendario. Me interesa ver la parte de "new business models" porque quiero invertir en un negocio para lavar paneles solares montados en techos. Mi tecnología es bastante secreta, necesito sacar una patente, y espero que no lo mencionen.