Lessons Learned from implementing Duke Energy's Mount Holly Microgrid

Dr. Stuart Laval

Duke Energy, USA

Dr. Stuart Laval is a member of Duke Energy's Emerging Technology office, where he has spent the past 5 years leading the development of grid-edge operational technologies and pioneering the utility industry's Internet of Things (IoT) standardization efforts related to grid interoperability. He currently serves as the co-chairman of the Open Field Message Bus (OpenFMB) users group within the UCA International Users Group (UCAIug) and also the OpenFMB standardization task force at the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB). Prior to his role at Duke, Stuart spent over 10 years developing over 20 products at manufacturers of utility equipment, cellular radios, and power electronics. Stuart holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from MIT, a MBA from Rollins College, and a Ph.D in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida.


IP-3 » Invited Presentation - Microgrids (Chair: Efrain O’Neill-Carrillo) (10:15 - Wednesday, 27th June, University D)