Partnership for Innovation: Role of the Smart Grid in Alleviating Electrical Power System Stress Conditions Through Demand Response

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“Partnership for Innovation: Role of the Smart Grid in Alleviating Electrical Power System Stress Conditions Through Demand Response”, PI – S. Rahman, co-PIs – J. Bohland and M. Pipattanasomporn, Funding…

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US-Egypt Cooperative Research: Managing Grid Integration of Large-Scale Wind Power Parks using Energy Storage Technology and Demand Response

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“US-Egypt Cooperative Research: Managing Grid Integration of Large-Scale Wind Power Parks using Energy Storage Technology and Demand Response “, PI – S. Rahman, Funding agency: the National Science Foundation, Grant no.…

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Development of Dynamic Input-Output Building Models for System-Level Energy Savings and Peak Demand Reduction Assessment

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“Development of Dynamic Input-Output Building Models for System-Level Energy Savings and Peak Demand Reduction Assessment”, PI – S. Rahman, Sponsored by Commonwealth Edison Company of Chicago, Grant amount $190,000, (May…

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Phase III- Estimate Energy Savings and Peak Demand Reduction Potentials of Selected Buildings in Bronzeville Microgrid

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“Phase III- Estimate Energy Savings and Peak Demand Reduction Potentials of Selected Buildings in Bronzeville Microgrid”, PI – S. Rahman, Sponsored by Commonwealth Edison Company of Chicago, Grant amount $153,563…

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