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Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest Division Smart Grid Regional Demonstration Project
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Lead Organization:
Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest Division
HQ Location:
Richland, Washington
Project Contact Information:
Name:
 Mario Sciulli
Email:
 Mario.Sciulli@netl.doe.gov
Address:

902 Battelle Boulevard
Richland, WA

 
Project Summary:

Spanning five states and affecting more than 60,000 consumers, demonstrate and validate new smart grid technologies and inform business cases; provide two-way communication between distributed generation, storage, and demand assets and the existing grid infrastructure; quantify smart grid costs and benefits; and advance interoperability standards and cyber security approaches. The project having started in 2010 is led by Battelle. Project team members include the Bonneville Power Administration, 12 Northwest utilities (listed below, with test sites), and technology companies and vendors that include 3TIER Inc., AREVA USA, IBM, Netezza Corp., and a team of QualityLogic, Inc. and the Drummond Group, Inc. Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project Test Site Locations and Corresponding Utilities Idaho: Idaho Falls (Idaho Falls Power) Montana: Northwest Montana (Flathead Electric Cooperative, Inc.) Southwest Montana (NorthWestern Energy) Oregon: Milton-Freewater (City of Milton-Freewater) Portland (Bonneville Power Administration) Salem (Portland General Electric) Washington: Airway Heights (Inland Power & Light Co.) Ellensburg (City of Ellensburg) Fox Island (Peninsula Light Co.) Kennewick (Benton PUD) Pullman (Avista Utilities) University of Washington (Seattle City Light) Wyoming: Western Wyoming (Lower Valley Energy).

Equipment:

- Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) / Smart Meters
- Controllable and Regulating Inverter
- Direct Load Control Device
- Distributed Energy Resource
- Distribution Automation
- Electricity Storage Technologies
- Programmable Communicating Thermostat
- Smart Meter - Industrial

Targeted Benefits:

- Creation of approximately 1,500 jobs in manufacturing, installing, and operating Smart Grid equipment, telecommunications networks, software, and controls
- More cost effective, clean, reliable electricity supply
- Increased grid efficiency, reliability, and intelligence
- Customers empowered to conserve energy and avert increased energy cost

 
Additional Information:

For more information about the project, please refer to:
- http://www.smartgrid.gov/project/battelle_memorial_institute_pacific_nor...

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