[EXTERNAL] Re: [microgrids] Proposed Architecture

Daniel Lazaro

I will not be able to make the meeting this week.


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From: <microgrids@...> on behalf of Bruce Nordman <bnordman@...>
Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 5:02 PM
To: Shuli Goodman <sgoodman@...>
Cc: Tod Morita <todmaplemorita@...>, James Kempf <kempf42@...>, "microgrids@... Calendar" <microgrids@...>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [microgrids] Proposed Architecture


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For tomorrow (Thursday; at least in California) I will be late to the meeting and then just on the phone for a while.



On Wed, May 12, 2021 at 12:36 PM Shuli Goodman <sgoodman@...> wrote:

Hi Tadashi and James, I was reading through my mail. I think where you are going is great and could benefit from formal agreement.


What do you think about the two of you leading us in the next steps building on Kotaro and my slides? Last session I think we were trying to define scope. Now we can move onto functions. You both captured this nicely.


Please let us all know.





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Hi! James,


I completely agree the definition you provided for the microgrid.

Big issue on microgrid is a transition of main-grid connection and disconnection.

Using breaker or back-to-back converter for separation form main-grid will generate imbalance transition.

I added additional entity on your document.


Let get started the discussion of microgrid architecture.


Tadashi Morita


2021/04/10 12:20James Kempf <kempf42@...>のメール:


Prompted by Bruce's comment yesterday that I should write up my proposed architecture, I found some time today to do so. Slides attached.


Please send any feedback when you have time, or we could meet during the break at the LF Energy Summit on Wed.










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