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U. S. Department of Energy/American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Crossroads Smart Grid Training Project (CSGTP)

U. S. Department of Energy/American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Crossroads Smart Grid Training Project (CSGTP)

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U. S. Department of Energy/American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Crossroads Smart Grid Training Project (CSGTP)

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  1. U. S. Department of Energy/American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Crossroads Smart Grid Training Project (CSGTP) Principle Investigators: Thomas J. Snyder Rebecca A. Nickoli, Ed.D. Project Director: Sherm Johnson

  2. Ivy Tech Community College • Nation’s largest singly accredited statewide community college system

  3. Ivy Tech Community College • Nation’s largest singly accredited statewide community college system • Serving over 200,000 students annually

  4. Ivy Tech Community College • Nation’s largest singly accredited statewide community college system • Serving over 200,000 students annually • 14 Operating Regions

  5. Ivy Tech Community College • Nation’s largest singly accredited statewide community college system • Serving over 200,000 students annually • 14 Operating Regions • 30 Campus Locations

  6. What is Smart Grid? The modernizing of the electric power transmission and distribution system to maintain a reliable, secure infrastructure that will meet growth of future demand and can achieve economic, efficiency, and environmental goals.

  7. Purpose of Smart Grid?*

  8. Purpose of Smart Grid?* • Reduce peak demand by actively managing consumer demand.

  9. Purpose of Smart Grid?* • Reduce peak demand by actively managing consumer demand. • Balance consumer reliability and power quality needs.

  10. Purpose of Smart Grid?* • Reduce peak demand by actively managing consumer demand. • Balance consumer reliability and power quality needs. • Mine energy efficiency opportunities proactively.

  11. Purpose of Smart Grid?* • Reduce peak demand by actively managing consumer demand. • Balance consumer reliability and power quality needs. • Mine energy efficiency opportunities proactively. • Improve overall operational efficiency.

  12. Purpose of Smart Grid?* • Reduce peak demand by actively managing consumer demand. • Balance consumer reliability and power quality needs. • Mine energy efficiency opportunities proactively. • Improve overall operational efficiency. • Seamlessly integrate all clean energy technologies.

  13. Purpose of Smart Grid?* • Reduce peak demand by actively managing consumer demand. • Balance consumer reliability and power quality needs. • Mine energy efficiency opportunities proactively. • Improve overall operational efficiency. • Seamlessly integrate all clean energy technologies. • * Source: GridWise Alliance

  14. Grid Modernization*

  15. Grid Modernization* • Energy Storage - regulation and load shaping

  16. Grid Modernization* • Energy Storage - regulation and load shaping • Load Management - peak load shedding

  17. Grid Modernization* • Energy Storage - regulation and load shaping • Load Management - peak load shedding • Renewable Integration - variability & intermittence

  18. Grid Modernization* • Energy Storage - regulation and load shaping • Load Management - peak load shedding • Renewable Integration - variability & intermittence • System Operation - coordination - national to nano-scale • Cyber Security & Physical Security – Securing physical • infrastructure & two-way communications • *Presentation of Dept. of Energy Secretary Steven Chu 9/23/10- GridwiseGlobal Forum

  19. Synopsis Project Investment: Federal Government: $4,699,353 Partners Cost Share: $4,699,353 Total Project: $9,398,706 Project Duration: 36 months beginning 7/1/10. Concludes 6/30/13 Partners:Ivy Tech Community College- Lead Purdue University IBEW Joint Apprenticeship Training Committees (JATC) (8) Sheet Metal Workers JATC

  20. Areas of Training/Education Emphasis

  21. Areas of Training/Education Emphasis • Incumbent Workers (non-credit): Utilities, Related Industry –Silver Tsunami..51% expected to retire in five years

  22. Areas of Training/Education Emphasis • Incumbent Workers (non-credit): Utilities, Related Industry –Silver Tsunami..51% expected to retire in five years • Academic Courses (credit): Capacity building

  23. Areas of Training/Education Emphasis • Incumbent Workers (non-credit): Utilities, Related Industry • – “Silver Tsunami”..51% expected to retire in five years • Academic Courses (credit): Capacity building • Apprenticeship/Journeyman (credit)

  24. External Advisory Board

  25. External Advisory Board • Delphi • Indianapolis Power & Light/AES • Vectren • Indiana Statewide Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives • Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) • Midwest Independent Transmission Service Operator • Duke Energy (Indiana) • Louisville Gas & Electric • Indiana Michigan Power/AEP • Indiana Municipal Power Agency • General Electric

  26. Ivy Tech: Objectives

  27. Ivy Tech: Objectives • Develop Industry-driven training content for delivery to incumbent utility workers • (Corporate College).

  28. Ivy Tech: Objectives • Develop Industry-driven training content for delivery to incumbent utility workers • (Corporate College). • Develop, modify, update ITCC academic courses relevant to Smart Grid. • (Existing degree, certificate programs)

  29. Ivy Tech: Objectives • Develop Industry-driven training content for delivery to incumbent utility workers • (Corporate College). • Develop, modify, update ITCC academic courses relevant to Smart Grid. • (Existing degree, certificate programs)

  30. Ivy Tech: Objectives • Develop Industry-driven training content for delivery to incumbent utility workers • (Corporate College). • Develop, modify, update ITCC academic courses relevant to Smart Grid. • (Existing degree, certificate programs) • Place Smart Grid relevant courses on-line (Distance Education)

  31. Ivy Tech: Objectives • Develop Industry-driven training content for delivery to incumbent utility workers • (Corporate College). • Develop, modify, update ITCC academic courses relevant to Smart Grid. • (Existing degree, certificate programs) • Place Smart Grid relevant courses on-line (Distance Education) • Provide scholarship stipends for students in Smart Grid relevant career training.

  32. Ivy Tech: Objectives • Develop Industry-driven training content for delivery to incumbent utility workers • (Corporate College). • Develop, modify, update ITCC academic courses relevant to Smart Grid. • (Existing degree, certificate programs) • Place Smart Grid relevant courses on-line (Distance Education) • Provide scholarship stipends for students in Smart Grid relevant career training.

  33. Ivy Tech: Objectives • Develop Industry-driven training content for delivery to incumbent utility workers • (Corporate College). • Develop, modify, update ITCC academic courses relevant to Smart Grid. • (Existing degree, certificate programs) • Place Smart Grid relevant courses on-line (Distance Education) • Provide scholarship stipends for students in Smart Grid relevant career training. • Purchase training labs/equipment to build Smart Grid training capacity.

  34. Ivy Tech Regions (9) Northwest* North Central* Lafayette* Central Indiana* Columbus* East Central Northeast Sellersburg Bloomington Energy Technology Electronics & Computer Technology Industrial Technology Computer Information Systems/Technology Information Security

  35. Ivy Tech Achievements

  36. Ivy Tech Achievements • Developed Smart Grid 101 Series: Overview (2), Distribution Automation (6), Smart Meters (2), Substation Automation (6)

  37. Ivy Tech Achievements • Developed Smart Grid 101 Series: Overview (2), Distribution Automation (6), Smart Meters (2), Substation Automation (6) • 27 courses have been developed/modified

  38. Ivy Tech Achievements • Developed Smart Grid 101 Series: Overview (2), Distribution Automation (6), Smart Meters (2), Substation Automation (6) • 27 courses have been developed/modified • 11 courses are being developed for on-line delivery

  39. Ivy Tech Achievements • Developed Smart Grid 101 Series: Overview (2), Distribution Automation (6), Smart Meters (2), Substation Automation (6) • 27 courses have been developed/modified • 11 courses are being developed for on-line delivery • 246 scholarship stipends have been awarded to-date

  40. Ivy Tech Achievements • Developed Smart Grid 101 Series: Overview (2), Distribution Automation (6), Smart Meters (2), Substation Automation (6) • 27 courses have been developed/modified • 11 courses are being developed for on-line delivery • 246 scholarship stipends have been awarded to-date • $755,873 invested in training labs/equipment • 9,838 enrollments in ITCC Smart Grid training

  41. Purdue • Develop Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Developing a graduate Smart Grid certificate

  42. Purdue • Develop Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Developing a graduate Smart Grid certificate • Develop/create a unique website that will house Smart Grid content developed within the grant and from outside sources.

  43. Purdue • Develop Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Developing a graduate Smart Grid certificate • Develop/create a unique website that will house Smart Grid content developed within the grant and from outside sources. • Create interactive role-playing game to create interest in the ideas and concepts of Smart Grid..similar to Second Life.

  44. Purdue Achievements • Developed 10 Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Enrolled 389 students to-date.

  45. Purdue Achievements • Developed 10 Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Enrolled 360 students to-date. • Building a website to house Smart Grid content for access by interested parties.

  46. Purdue Achievements • Developed 10 Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Enrolled 360 students to-date. • Building a website to house Smart Grid content for access by interested parties. • Developing a Smart Grid interactive role-playing game.

  47. Purdue Achievements • Developed 10 Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Enrolled 360 students to-date. • Building a website to house Smart Grid content for access by interested parties. • Developing a Smart Grid interactive role-playing game. • Developing Integrated Smart Energy Technology (INSET) Lab to instruct on batteries, electric vehicles, EV charging, vehicle-to-grid connections, and distributed automation of alternative energy sources (solar, wind, bio-fuel, etc) into the grid

  48. Purdue Achievements • Developed 10 Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Enrolled 360 students to-date. • Building a website to house Smart Grid content for access by interested parties. • Developing a Smart Grid interactive role-playing game. • Developing Integrated Smart Energy Technology (INSET) Lab to instruct on batteries, electric vehicles, EV charging, vehicle-to-grid connections, and distributed automation of alternative energy sources (solar, wind, bio-fuel, etc) into the grid • Developing the Purdue Green Energy Certificate, integrating Smart Grid, diesel hybrid, and electric vehicle courses, for graduate students.  

  49. Purdue Achievements • Developed 10 Smart Grid courses for delivery in undergrad and grad programs. Enrolled 360 students to-date. • Building a website to house Smart Grid content for access by interested parties. • Developing a Smart Grid interactive role-playing game. • Developing Integrated Smart Energy Technology (INSET) Lab to instruct on batteries, electric vehicles, EV charging, vehicle-to-grid connections, and distributed automation of alternative energy sources (solar, wind, bio-fuel, etc) into the grid • Developing the Purdue Green Energy Certificate, integrating Smart Grid, diesel hybrid, and electric vehicle courses, for graduate students.   • Collaborate with industry in data acquisition from EV charging stations for enhanced student training on batteries, charging stations and grid interface.