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Did a Paradigm Shift Emerge in the 24 Hours of the IEEE Spectrum Smart Grid 2025 Game? Part III

Jose Antonio Vanderhorst-Silverio | Mar 21, 2011

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Last 20 plays. Continuation of the 60 plays on the IEEE Spectrum Smart Grid 2025 Game of Part I and Part II  

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3/18/2011 14:32
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Me too!
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3/18/2011 12:30
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The redundant gas turbine wastes a lot of gas waiting for a problem. Demand response does not waste that much.
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3/18/2011 12:34
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So multiply the number of users who can draw from the system by creating smarter demand, not supply?
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3/18/2011 12:57
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Exactly! Notice also that customers have different preferences in the Technology Adoption Life Cycle. They wait for a Killer application
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3/18/2011 10:56
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But generally with 1 hour or 15 minute intervals. These could be shortened, thus reducing costs of imbalance.
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3/18/2011 12:06
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That's right! But, integrating varying solar and wind generation makes it more difficult.
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3/17/2011 18:13
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That is the reason why the current Smart Grid \...implementation and integration process ...is fragmented and uneven\""
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3/17/2011 18:27
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There are about 3000 utilites in the US each is 'doing its own thing' when it comes adopting smart technologies. Guaranteed fragmentation...
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3/18/2011 0:43
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It does not matter that there are not 3,000, but 10,000 utilities worldwide. No new. Utilities have been adopting new technologies before.
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3/18/2011 0:46
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Develop the necessary electric power policy incentivesstructures to avoid fragmentation, using systems architecture, like #EWPC-AF
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3/18/2011 10:26
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Surely you don't blame academics for that?
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3/18/2011 9:18
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My colleagues get more work.
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3/17/2011 17:00
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There was a system architecting effort between 2002 and 2004 that led to the system-within-system approach, that only considered technology
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3/17/2011 16:26
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Are you asking for a paradigm shift away from business as usual?
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3/17/2011 16:32
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No. I am merely stating engineering goal and economic objectives of the Smart Grid should complement each other and get reflected in policy.
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3/18/2011 11:08
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\... technology is the easy part to change. The difficult aspects are social, organizational and cultural.\" Donald Norman"
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3/18/2011 14:06
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How do we achieve changes in social, cultural and organizational aspects to move towards a smarter grid? What are the benefits?
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3/18/2011 14:18
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Eliminate restriction imposed Areas beyond system architecting “changes to the overall business and regulatory structure of the industry.�
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3/18/2011 14:21
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That set the difference between a technological and socio-technical architecting process. The benefit: avoiding the very costly dead end.
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3/17/2011 17:37
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A paradigm shift is needed to consider not only the engineering goal and economic objectives. There is a need to include socio cultural too
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