Power and renewables

Ask the Experts Series: Gaining trust in the data: verifying models, data, and results

Synergi Electric Reliability software module - aids in simulation and analysis of power distribution system reliability

Gaining trust in the data: verifying models, data, and results.

DNV will present some insights and best practices on distribution system modelling based on over 20 years of experience building analytical distribution system models for our clients.

Join this webinar to hear from DNV’s distribution system modelling experts on best practices and lessons learned from a range of model building work in Synergi Electric over 20 years. The accuracy and utility of results from distribution system analysis is only as good as the quality of the models available. There are several key processes involved in building the models where best practices can help to produce accurate models and avoid assumptions. Validation and verification exercises in Synergi can also be used to identify any quality issues in the data, further improving the quality and trust in the models.

Webinar highlights:

  • Different approaches to model building (I.e. one-off vs automated and updated), and their use cases
  • What tools and methods DNV uses to validate models

Key takeaways:

  • Which aspects and features of source data are key to an efficient and accurate model build?
  • How can models be verified and/or validated once built?
  • What are best practices with regards to supplemental data, such as AMI, DER, etc.?

Speakers: 

Jonathan Flinn, Principal Consultant 
Mr. Flinn has been employed by DNV for 16 years, with the last 10 years working as a power system engineer. Through this work, Mr. Flinn has extensive experience in studying various aspects of the transmission and distribution system, with a focus on the integration of distributed energy resources, renewable energy and distribution planning. His specialization is now in working with DNV’s Synergi Electric software, supporting utilities’ implementations of the software and running and automating complex analyses. Through this work, Mr. Flinn assists utilities in finding the most efficient methods to produce the results required for their distribution planning processes, including multi-year load flow analysis; implementation of load profiles; DER studies; reliability analysis, and contingency analysis.

Starlet Myers, Principal Solutions Consultant

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09 February 2022, 10:30 - 11:00

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DNV will present some insights and best practices on distribution system modelling based on over 20 years of experience building analytical distribution system models for our clients.

Join this webinar to hear from DNV’s distribution system modelling experts on best practices and lessons learned from a range of model building work in Synergi Electric over 20 years. The accuracy and utility of results from distribution system analysis is only as good as the quality of the models available. There are several key processes involved in building the models where best practices can help to produce accurate models and avoid assumptions. Validation and verification exercises in Synergi can also be used to identify any quality issues in the data, further improving the quality and trust in the models.

Webinar highlights:

  • Different approaches to model building (I.e. one-off vs automated and updated), and their use cases
  • What tools and methods DNV uses to validate models

Key takeaways:

  • Which aspects and features of source data are key to an efficient and accurate model build?
  • How can models be verified and/or validated once built?
  • What are best practices with regards to supplemental data, such as AMI, DER, etc.?

Speakers: 

Jonathan Flinn, Principal Consultant 
Mr. Flinn has been employed by DNV for 16 years, with the last 10 years working as a power system engineer. Through this work, Mr. Flinn has extensive experience in studying various aspects of the transmission and distribution system, with a focus on the integration of distributed energy resources, renewable energy and distribution planning. His specialization is now in working with DNV’s Synergi Electric software, supporting utilities’ implementations of the software and running and automating complex analyses. Through this work, Mr. Flinn assists utilities in finding the most efficient methods to produce the results required for their distribution planning processes, including multi-year load flow analysis; implementation of load profiles; DER studies; reliability analysis, and contingency analysis.

Starlet Myers, Principal Solutions Consultant