The 6th Low Emission Advanced Power (LEAP) Workshop - Virtual
November 1-5, 2021
$0.00 - Free Registration

 


Meeting begins daily at 10:00 a.m. EST

Leap Classroom Picture
To target the goal of building a carbon pollution-free electricity sector by 2035, the nation will need a surge in technology development and innovation this decade to decarbonize the U.S. power sector. Advanced fossil generation assets featured with carbon management are required in future integrated energy systems to better support increased deployment of variable renewable generations.


The sixth LEAP workshop will be held by the U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), with a focus on the transition to net-zero carbon and the associated technology development. The workshop is composed of a three-day section “Advanced Systems Integration” focused on integrated energy systems and a two-day section “Cyber-Physical Modeling” focused on merging numeric and hardware simulations to develop cyber-physical models for accelerating technology development.
 

The goal of the “Advanced Systems Integration” section is to review and discuss integrated energy systems technology development, which will support the transition to a net-zero carbon energy sector, by promoting dialog among the leading international researchers from national laboratories, industry, and universities. The purpose of the “Cyber-Physical Modeling” section is to bring together the academics, national labs, and industry to explore how cyber-physical systems can be used as a modeling tool in energy system development, design, and deployment; identify the opportunities for cyber-physical modeling of energy systems, and define the infrastructure, software, and components needed.
 

This workshop will be accomplished through working sessions where ideas can be evaluated throughout the meeting. In lieu of traditional presentations, attendees will be encouraged to share their technical expertise through an interactive format. Information content in presentations and discussion, including technology barriers and potential solutions, will be made publicly available. Key conclusions from the workshop are anticipated to be published in a technical note.
 

Advanced Systems Integration Cyber-Physical Modeling
PDT
(Pacific Daylight Time)
EDT
(Eastern Daylight Time)
CET
(Central European Time) 
Monday
11/01/2021
Tuesday
11/02/2021
Wednesday
11/03/2021
Thursday
11/04/2021
Friday
11/05/2021
7:00AM
-8:30AM
10:00AM
-11:30AM
3:00PM
-4:30PM
Session 1
Goal net-zero
Session 4
Microgrids
Session 7
Paths to Commercialization
Session 10
An Introduction to
Cyber-physical Modelling
Session 13
Intelligent, Reconfigurable, Adaptive Energy Systems  
9:00AM
-10:30AM
12:00PM
-1:30PM
5:00PM
-6:30PM
Session 2
Renewables and Integration 

 
Session 5
Thermally/Chemically Integrated Systems 
Session 8
Controls Development for Energy Systems
Session 11
Cyber-physical Modeling and Energy System Design 
Session 14
Report out & Open Discussion 
11:30AM
-1:00PM
2:30PM
-4:00PM
7:30PM
-9:00PM
Session 3
Transition Cost and Impact
Session 6
Dynamic Performance
Session 9
Open Discussion and Conclusions
Session 12
Building Cyber-physical Energy System Models 
 


WebEx Information


Thursday, November 4, 2021

Attendee Link

https://doe.webex.com/doe/j.php?MTID=m8f233ad63ec11bfb75933b533f3368d7

Event Number

199 136 2614

Event Password

0101

Audio Call #

1-415-527-5035

Access Code #

199 136 2614

ICS File Download Here

 

Friday, November 5, 2021

Attendee Link

https://doe.webex.com/doe/j.php?MTID=m229bd8b4c4a0aaf17dca5f30fa779659

Event Number

199 100 1097

Event Password

0101

Audio Call #

1-415-527-5035

Access Code #

199 100 1097

ICS File Download Here

 

Open-to-the-Public Meeting

Before we get started today, I have some DOE security requirements to fulfill by telling everyone here this meeting is considered “open- to-the-public.”

That has a specific meaning for DOE to include both our federal employees and members of our site support contractor community.

It means the purpose for this meeting has been examined during the planning stages, and NETL has made some specific determinations that affect our attendance.

All information presented at this meeting must meet criteria for public sharing or have already been published and available in the public domain or expects the material to be made available soon after the conclusion of the proceedings.

Please do not communicate information that is considered official use only, proprietary, sensitive, restricted or protected in any way during the presentations or during any sidebar or casual conversations.

Foreign nationals, who may be present today, have not been approved for access to DOE information and technologies.

For NETL personnel here today, the “open-to-the-public” designation does not remove your obligation for personal reporting, if warranted. The usual rules apply in that regard.

 

For general inquiries about the program content please feel free to contact:  Nana Zhou  -  email:  Nana.Zhou@NETL.doe.gov

For Technical support please feel free to contact:  Karen Blaney – email: Karen.Blaney@NETL.doe.gov