Educating Microgrids Using Planning Tools - Interactive Case Studies and Lessons Learned

Johan H. Enslin

Clemson University

Professor Johan Enslin is a Fellow of the IEEE and SAIEE and Registered Professional Engineer in South Africa. He is the Director for the Zucker Family Graduate Education Center and the Duke Energy Endowed Chaired Professor in SmartGrid at Clemson University in North Charleston SC. He is also a Distinguished Visiting Professor at University of Johannesburgin South Africa. Johan has combined a balanced industry and academic career with 35-year leadership experience in industry and academia throughout the US, Europe and South Africa. Dr. Enslin’s research is focused mainly in the area of building a  smarter, modern power grid. Among others he is evaluating the role and optimization of energy storage technologies in grid modernization. 


  1. MAIGHA MAIGHA (Clemson University)
  2. Johan H. Enslin (Clemson University)

Topic Areas

Track 3 Topics: Microgrids / nanogrids – grid interconnected and islanded operation , Track 3 Topics: Distributed generation power electronics and electric power quality


S19 » Grid Impact of Distributed Generation (10:15 - Thursday, 28th June, University D)