Effective distribution automation improves the reliability of power distribution systems. But no two distribution feeders are exactly the same. Distribution engineers may need a range of automated coordination solutions, from simple to sophisticated, to optimally cover all the areas of their distribution system.
This webinar will address several automated coordination schemes that are commonly used today. You’ll learn about:
Shane Reeves is an application engineer who works alongside industry professionals to apply medium- and high-voltage protective relays along with distribution automation solutions, metering, and fault indicator products. Shane obtained a B.S.E.E. from Mississippi State University and is currently working on an M.S.E.E. at the University of Arkansas.
William Edwards, CISSP, P.E., received his B.S.E.E. from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2011. He joined SEL in 2011, where he is presently a technology development automation engineer. Prior to joining SEL, William worked for Concurrent Computer Corporation, where he ensured quality for video-on-demand solutions. William is a member of the IEEE, a certified information systems security professional, and a registered professional engineer in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Puerto Rico, and Tennessee.