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2023 Editorial Calendar



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January/ February

• Power System Dynamic State and Parameter Estimation

Space Reservation: 12/05/2022

Materials: 12/08/2022


• Transmission & Distribution (T&D) Equipment

Space Reservation: 1/20/2023

Materials: 01/23/23


• Blackouts – What they can teach us about enhancing reliability.

Space Reservation: 3/20/2023

Materials: 03/23/23


Power System Dynamic State and Parameter Estimation
The massive deployment of inverter-based generations, such as wind farms, battery storage, and solar photovoltaics, is changing the dynamic paradigm of electric power grids. This special issue will share the dynamic state and parameter estimation developments for grid visibility and demonstrate their practical industry applications in dynamic modeling, monitoring, operation, stability control, and protection.


Transmission & Distribution (T&D) Equipment
The T&D equipment issue will focus on recent developments, opportunities, and challenges related to the design, studies, application, installation, and operation & maintenance of electric transmission & distribution equipment. This issue intends to bring the audience ideas of some advances, lessons learned, and best practices for several major classes of the T&D equipment, including transformers, circuit breakers, capacitor banks, surge arresters, and flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS) devices. Although this issue covers only a small portion of T&D equipment categories, we hope to trigger the industry’s interest and focus on this traditional area to help develop or maintain T&D equipment to better serve the utility of the future.


Blackouts – What they can teach us about enhancing reliability.
As we approach the 20th anniversary of August 14, 2003, blackout, the largest in the history of the North American grid, this issue will include an international perspective on blackouts that have occurred. The articles will describe the impact of blackouts on society.


• Empowering Customers

Space Reservation: 05/19/2023

Materials: 05/22/23

September/ October

• Grid Communications

Space Reservation: 07/20/2023

Materials: 07/24/23

November/ December

• Making EVs and
Grid Work Together

Space Reservation: 09/18/2023

Materials: 09/21/23


Empowering Customers
A new and growing combination of digitalization and rising renewables are allowing consumers to act on the carbon footprint of their electricity use. Retail electricity markets will have a key role to empower and engage users. New regulatory tools need a careful redesign to support end-user engagement.

Grid Communications
 As the grid transforms to support a decarbonized and more resilient energy future, grid operators are faced with a much more complex and dynamic system. In response, utilities will need reliable and timely access to more frequent and higher-fidelity data. In this issue, we explore how the industry is evolving grid communications to meet the demands of current and future energy system operations.


Making EVs and Grid Work Together
Electric vehicles (EVs) are a reality in many countries around the world. However, as the adoption of this technology increases, there will be the need to provide adequate electrical infrastructure to ensure that users can charge EVs when needed.

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