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PJM Conference and Training Center, Norristown, PA
March 11 – 12, 2014

The GridWise Architecture Council (GWAC) released a draft of the “Transactive Energy Framework” document in November 2013.  The Council is now working on both incorporating comments into the existing document and expanding the document to include a Transactive Energy Roadmap.

The purpose of the roadmap is to identify near term (0 – 5 years), medium term (5 – 10 years) and longer-term activities needed to apply transactive energy methods in the ongoing modernization and evolution of electric power systems and end-uses of electric power.  As described in the Transactive Energy Framework these efforts are driven by the changing nature of electric power systems brought about by the increased use of variable generation resources, the increased use of distributed resources, the increase in intelligent components and loads, and preparation for further penetration of new loads such as electric vehicles.

The Council seeks to involve a broad cross-section of stakeholders including industry, academia, government entities, non-government organizations, and the international community in understanding the needs for further development and application of transactive energy systems.

The workshop on March 11th and 12th will focus on gathering input on transactive energy desired outcomes for research, pilot projects, and commercial activity.  These desired outcomes will frame the manner in which the community will use the roadmap and guide its further development.

Reliable Controls The workshop activity will take place on the afternoon of March 11th and morning of March 12th.  Please plan to join the council in this workshop activity.

The agenda and meeting logistics will become available as the workshop date approaches.

Space is limited; the number of participants in the workshop will be limited to fifty people, including Council members. If you are interested in attending please contact the GWAC administrator as soon as possible to register.












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