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16-20 July 2023 | Orlando, Florida

IEEE PES General Meeting 2023

Early Bird Registration Ends 9 June 2023

Sign up today and save! PES Members will save $130 off the regular registration rate. Group saver packages are also available!

The 2023 IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) General Meeting (GM) will be held in person at the Hyatt Regency in Orlando, Florida on 16 – 20 July 2023.  The theme of this year’s conference is Meeting the Energy Needs of a Dynamic World.  The IEEE PES GM is the premier annual power and electrical engineering event that will bring together leading PES members, power and electrical engineers, key academics, and engineering students from all over the world.  The aim is to provide an international forum for experts to network, promote, share, and discuss vital issues and progressive developments that impact the field of electrical and power engineering.

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Featured Super Sessions

  • Communications infrastructure in support of the grid and IOT/development of the support grid
  • Cyber security (related to the above topic)
  • Challenges and opportunities for digital twin (IoT) / digitization
  • Tools for operating the new grid
  • Physics-informed machine learning for power systems
  • Move from SF6 to Vacuum tech
  • Role of AI to prevent and maintain the dynamic security of the power system
  • Infrastructure support of distributed generation
  • DER integration/EV charging/BTM impacts on system ops
  • How Distribution should evolve to support decarbonization
  • Energy storage
  • Not all generation is created equal
  • How Transmission should evolve to support decarbonization
  • Building out the transmission system to support renewable development
  • Offshore Wind/Solar
  • Energy Storage
  • Integrating inverter-based resources into the BPS
  • Responsibility for negative sequence injection (IEEE 2800)
  • Need for the advancement of transmission planning