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 PHD researcher and Energy Project managerGrigory Dudorov Individual Grid Having 15 years industrial experience (ABB, Schneider Electric), two master degrees in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Project Management, Risk Analysis and Energy Efficiency certifications, I am ready to join as a team member and contribute as full time research engineer or/and professional project manager.
My major is: Hybrid grid optimization, load forecasting and efficiency of electrical distribution using Artificial Intelligence algorithm and modeling which 100% fit to the topic.
Flexibility in moving around the States, fast responding and decision making, punctual and resilient.


Phone: (917)4205249

Address: 266 Grissom, Hercules, CA, 94547, United States
 Southwest Power PoolJay Caspary Non-Profit Grid Southwest Power Pool (SPP) and its diverse group of member companies coordinate the flow of electricity across 66,000 miles of high-voltage transmission lines spanning 14 states. SPP is one of nine independent system operators/regional transmission organizations (ISOs/RTOs). SPP is mandated by FERC to ensure reliable supplies of power, adequate transmission infrastructure and competitive wholesale prices of electricity. SPP’s footprint includes the best solar and wind resources in the U.S. which creates challenges with renewables integration, grid planning and market operations. Wind development in SPP has been facilitated by our transmission expansion and market evolution to accommodate penetration records exceeding 67%. The SPP Generation Interconnection queue has 29.7 GW of grid scale solar PV and 6.9 GW of Battery Energy Storage (BES). It is critical that SPP fully understands the impacts of Grid transformation towards inverter based resource, load, and transmission technology.

• Eastern Interconnection and Western Interconnection AC interconnection co-optimized generation and transmission Grid design to enable reliable operations which is adapatable and resilient to meet current and future North American electrification needs.
• Resilence based metrics to enable electrification decision making that includes prosumers, energy producers, state and national governing bodies.
• Multi-Market design to fund enabling technology to extract value from continent wide diversity.
• Multi-State High Voltage Poly-Terminal DC pool for controlled delivery of inverter based energy to Continent EHV AC Grid and markets.


Phone: 5016143220

Address: 201 Worthen Dr., Little Rock, AR, 72223-4936, United States
 Oak Ridge National LaboratoryHenriette Jager Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Bioenergy We have developed spatial tools for risk assessment of renewable energy portfolios (biofuels, hydropower) that can be used to identify future threats to providing reliable electricity, including those associated with meeting regulatory requirements (e.g., thermal or water quality or air quality standards).


Phone: 865-574-8143

Address: Bethel Valley Road, Oak Ridge, TN, 37831-6038, United States
 Oak Ridge National LaboratoryShawn Ou Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Transportation Dr. Shiqi(Shawn) Ou is currently a R&D research staff from the Transportation Planning & Decision Science Group of the Energy and Transportation Science Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He received PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee. He also passed all CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) exams, and is qualified to apply for the CFA charterholder. Shawn joined the Energy and Transportation Science Division as Postdoc in 2016, then became a R&D research staff.

At ORNL, his research majorly focuses on quantifying the energy market dynamics and risk through stochastic modeling and optimization, technological innovation and diffusion in the energy industry, and he is also interested in quantitatively addressing the policy implications of energy supply and use from their economic, social and environmental aspects. Shawn has published near 20 journal, conference papers, book chapters, and technical reports, and has one granted patent.


Phone: 865-341-1288

Address: 2360 Cherahala Blvd, Knoxville, TN, 37932, United States
 Ecotek Engineering USA, LLCSebastiano Giardinella Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Ecotek is an engineering consulting services company with experience in feasibility studies, conceptual, basic and detail engineering design, cost estimation and financial modeling for power generation plants, especially simple or combined cycle combustion turbines, coal steam cycles and solar PV. Ecotek also has experience in design of systems for transportation and processing of hydrocarbon fuels needed for power generation (especially natural gas). In the field of R&D, Ecotek has participated in the development of a disruptive energy storage technology for compressed natural gas energy storage, which aims to simultaneously tackle the issues of renewable energy daily time shift, peak demand shaving and assuring adequate natural gas inventories needed for peaking plants, by maximizing the coordination of existing natural gas infrastructure, renewable power generation and new distributed energy recovery assets at the lowest possible system cost.


Phone: 0050764610311

Address: 261 Navarre Ave, Apt 302, Coral Gables, FL, 33134, United States
 Lumina Decision SystemsMax Henrion Small Business Grid Lumina is a software and consulting company with extensive experience in electric power modeling, risk and decision analysis. Our Analytica software is widely used for applications such as long-range integrated resource planning for a multi-utility system, economic valuation of storage and DER systems (for EPRI), energy efficiency program planning, PV and EV adoption forecasting by zipcode, long-range model of the US automobile fleet and technology adoption. Our clients include utility companies, energy storage developers, CPUC, NREL, DOE, and the World Bank. Key team members are recognized leaders in metrics and methods for assessing and managing risk and uncertainty and decision analysis. We are seeking partners with complementary expertise in grid operations, T&D planning and risk management, geographic analysis of PV and wind performance, climate risk assessment, and regulatory policy.


Phone: 408-335-4658

Address: 1350 Highland Way, Los Gatos, CA, 95008, United States
 ThayerMahanGreg Sabra Small Business Building Efficiency ThayerMahan provides innovative systems and expertise, connected by a global data platform, to help to protect our nation and its vital interests. We design, manufacture and (when desired by our customers) operate systems to collect acoustic and electronic information on the world's oceans. These systems expand coverage for government and industry partners to protect borders, natural resources, and undersea infrastructure—and do so at extremely low cost compared to traditional monitoring assets.
Our unique approach includes on-the-fly invention of new first-to-market innovations, as well as the integration of both existing and emerging systems. We are disrupting the conventional models of how maritime awareness is provided, to the benefit of our valued customers. Our portfolio includes:
-Long endurance, low profile, energy harvesting unmanned vehicles
-State-of-the-art sensors, digital signal processing and automatic classification
-Confidential cloud-based data exfiltration
-Enterprise architectures that leverage robust data science, low power electronics and artificial intelligence

ThayerMahan systems are simultaneously expendable and more survivable than legacy systems. They can effectively substitute for legacy ships, submarines, and aircraft across a range of intelligence, reconnaissance, and surveillance missions allowing dramatic increases in coverage and reductions in cost.


Phone: 8608223122

Address: 120B Leonard Drive, Groton, CT, 06340-5336, United States
 North Carolina State UniversityMihai A. Diaconeasa Academic Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear I am currently an Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering at the North Carolina State University. I obtained my B.S. degree from University College Utrecht, the international undergraduate honors college of Utrecht University, the Netherlands, my M.S. in Nuclear Science and Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). After my graduation, I held a postdoctoral research scholar position at the B. John Garrick Institute for the Risk Sciences from the School of Engineering at UCLA.

Over the past years, I've developed the methodologies needed to design and implement a suite of computer codes in the probabilistic risk, reliability, and resilience assessment fields for nuclear, aerospace, and maritime industries. I was also the associate general chair for the International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (PSAM-14) hosted by UCLA in 2018. I am a member of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) Standards Committee ANS-30.1 Working Group under the Research and Advanced Reactors Consensus Committee and a non-voting member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Safety Engineering and Risk Analysis Division (SERAD) Executive Committee.

I lead the design and development of ADS-IDAC, a dynamic probabilistic risk assessment methodology and software platform for nuclear power plants, the Hybrid Causal Logic Analyzer system risk and reliability software used to enhance the design process and assess the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) parts usage in space systems for extended deep space missions at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and the Phoenix human reliability analysis methodology and software for Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority (JNRA).

My research focus includes theories, applications, and simulation-based techniques in risk sciences such as traditional and dynamic probabilistic risk assessment, reliability analysis, resilient systems design, probabilistic physics of failure modeling, and Bayesian inference.

The Department of Nuclear Engineering has extensive internal computational capabilities to support modeling and validation, aside from the NCSU world-class computational capabilities. The computer capabilities are set up for secure collaborative research and end-to-end software developments.


Phone: 9195153768

Address: 2500 Stinson Drive, Raleigh, NC, 27695-7909, United States
 VojdaniAli Small Business Grid GridBright can provide:

i) A well-organized Data Plan for your PERFORM project; and
ii) Grid models and other test data leveraging our BetterGrids Grid Data Repository (

We are a boutique systems integrator specializing in grid data management. We currently serve over 50 utilities and renewable developers in the US. We are engaged in several DOE R&D projects focused on grid data, including multiple ARPA-E and EERE projects. Our BetterGrids Grid Data Repository (, developed under an ARPA-E award, has registered users in 45 countries.


Phone: 9258999025

Address: 160 Alamo Plaza, #830, Alamo, CA, 94507, United States
 GS1 Conulting LLCTakesha McClane Small Business Building Efficiency My expertise is Project Management Office. Currently certified in the field of project management through three Project Management Institute.
Website: Https://


Phone: 5743156988

Address: 5101 W COLFAX AVE, South Bend, KS, 46619, United States
 GRIDBRIGHT, INCAli Vojdani Small Business Grid GridBright ( is a boutique systems integrator specializing in grid data management, grid resiliency and integration of renewables and distributed energy resources. We currently serve over 50 utilities and renewable developers in the US. We are also engaged in several DOE R&D projects focused on grid data provisioning and management, including multiple ARPA-E and EERE/SETO projects. Our BetterGrids grid data Repository , developed under an ARPA-E award, has registered users in 45 countries (

GridBright can act as "Data Curator" for your PERFORM R&D project, helping you create a rigorous Data Plan for your proposal, and providing the following valuable services and solutions during the project:
i) Grid models and other test data for your project leveraging our BetterGrids Repository ( and decades of experience working with utilities.
ii) Deep expertise on grid management applications (e.g., MMS, EMS, ADMS, DERMS), Systems Integration, and Cyber Security;
iii) Well organzied Data Management Plan (DMP), Interoperability Plan, and Cyber-Security Plan as required in the FOA;
iv) Tech-to-Market coaching by successful entreprenuers; and
v) Our cloud-hosted R&D Collaboration Tools to enable efficient collaboration and secure exchange of sensitive grid data among geographically dispersed R&D teams.


Phone: 9258999025

Address: 618 Oakshire Pl, Alamo, CA, 94507, United States
 Expert Microsystems, Inc.Randall Bickford Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Randy Bickford is the founder and President of Expert Microsystems, Inc. Randy is a recognized worldwide expert in predictive analytics for asset health management and prognostics. He is one of the industry’s pioneers and holds multiple patents in the areas of pattern recognition, fault detection, diagnostics, and prognostics. He is a principal architect and developer of the SureSense® software suite, which is a comprehensive AI-based reliability assurance software product deployed for predictive asset health management in the power generation, oil and gas, aerospace, military, manufacturing, electronic and industrial process control industries. Randy also led development of the Fleet-wide Prognostics and Health Management Suite software, a web-based, enterprise-scale platform for online health management of power plant asset fleets for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and its member utilities. Randy has worked widely within industry for developing best practices for advanced pattern recognition modeling; remote monitoring and diagnostic centers; and developing asset fault signatures for monitoring and diagnosing a wide range of industrial assets.


Phone: (916) 989-2018 x502

Address: 7932 Country Trail Dr., Suite 1, Orangevale, CA, 95662, United States
 Sirius SCADAJeffrey Klumpp Individual Other Energy Technologies In 1992, developed and installed first PC-based SCADA system to handle all 5 Burroughs of NYC for Con Ed (with a team). Provided onsite and later support. Have done several other energy projects including both hydro and solar. My main work has been in Oil and Gas production and Pipeline transport, as well as Water & Wastewater. I am a SCADA and control systems guy, with extensive field communications expertise in protocols. Expert in most PLCS, DBs, and IIoT.


Phone: 2542530907

Address: 182 CR 1313, Morgan, TX, 76671, United States
 Pittsburgh TechnicalSola Talabi Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Pittsburgh Technical is an engineering and research firm that focuses on risk management and risk-informed practices to support power-sector technology development and deployment.


Phone: 4124486823

Address: 430 William Pit Way, Pittsburgh, PA, 15238, United States
 Argonne National LaboratoryAlexander Heifetz Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Dr. Alexander Heifetz is currently a Principal Electrical Engineer with Plant Analysis & Control and Nondestructive Evaluation Sensors Group of the Nuclear Science and Engineering Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He received BS in Applied Math, MS in Physics, and PhD in Electrical Engineering, all from Northwestern University. Alex joined the Nuclear Engineering Division as Director’s Postdoctoral Fellow in 2008, then became an Electrical Engineer (technical staff member) , and later Principal Electrical Engineer. At Argonne, he has been involved in a wide range of projects related to nuclear energy and nuclear security. His most recent research has been sponsored by DOE-NEET (Nuclear Energy Enabling Technology) ASI (Advanced Sensors and Instrumentation), and NEET AMM (Advanced Methods in Manufacturing). Alex has published over 50 journal and conference papers (1100+ citations according to Google Scholar), and has three granted US patents, and shared the Best Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology (EIT 2019).


Phone: 6302524429

Address: 9700 S Cass Ave, Lemont, IL, 60439-4803, United States
 Resolved Analytics, PLLCStewart Bible Small Business Other Energy Technologies Resolved Analytics is an employee-owned engineering firm specializing in development and application of both high fidelity and reduced order physics-based numerical models. Our support of potential partnerships will focus on developing modular computational frameworks for the modeling, optimization, and control of primary systems.


Phone: 7045599560

Address: 810 Vickers Ave, Durham, NC, 27701, United States
 University of Colorado DenverFernando Mancilla-David Academic Grid My research portfolio has mostly focused on the operation of converter-penetrated power systems. Some key words that characterize my research interests and experience are:

(i) power system planning and operation;
(ii) dynamics of converter-based power systems;
(iii) grid integration of distributed energy resources;
(iv) converter topologies and control;
(v) characterization​ of photovoltaic systems.

Please see my website for further information.


Phone: 7203453962

Address: 1200 Larimer St, Denver, CO, 80203, United States
 SUNY College of Environmental Science & ForestryTristan R. Brown Academic Bioenergy I conduct techno-economic analyses (TEA) of renewable energy pathways, including both power generation and fuel production processes. My work specifically focuses on utilizing stochastic analyses to quantify the financial feasibility of these pathways under operational and commodity price uncertainty. I utilize an integrated financial analysis framework that calculates the probability of default (POD); this POD is then utilized to calculate updated financial costs (e.g., interest rates, required returns on equity, etc.) as part of an iterative process that yields both default risk and net financial return values upon convergence.

I have a PhD in Biorenewable Resources & Technology and a J.D. (tax law focus). I am an Associate Professor of Energy Resource Economics at SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry. I have published 30 refereed manuscripts on renewable energy financial feasibility and policy analysis as well as co-authored two books and three book chapters on similar subjects. I have access to Oracle Crystal Ball for conducting stochastic analyses.


Phone: 3155653003

Address: 302 Bray, 1 Forestry Drive, Syracuse, NY, 13210, United States
 Northeastern UniversityMD NOOR E ALAM Academic Power Generation: Renewable My research team develops intelligent decision-making framework for multifaceted systems originated from energy, healthcare, manufacturing and other enterprises to make reliable, resilient, and efficient decisions. Our research uses an extensive array of problem-solving methods such as data driven large-scale optimization under uncertainty handled partly by mixed integer stochastic programming, decision analysis by leveraging cutting edge data-mining, machine learning, and artificial intelligent techniques. We recently published two papers, which present how data-driven optimization and machine learning framework help to address uncertainty for a Wind and Storage Power Plant Participating in Energy Pool Market.


Phone: 6173732275

Address: 334 SN, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115, United States
 Texas A&M UniversityPavel Tsvetkov Academic Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear I am interested in integration of advanced energy resources, like nuclear power, and exploring emerging challenges related to performance and management. Emergent optimization options and risk quantification approaches within the overall system framework are of interest and contemporary research. The lab includes both computational and experimental capabilities.


Phone: 9795746488

Address: 210 AI Engineering Building, College Station, TX, 77843-3133, United States
 Monkeytech International LLCVarnell Castor Small Business Other Energy Technologies We are developers of renewable-based onsite energy and water solutions with 0 combustion. We seek collaborators who can assist us in 1) putting a SBIR/STTR proposal together on topics that fit and 2) commercializing our technology.

As a certified minority business enterprise (MBE) cleantech startup with a NASA ITECH-recognized scalable microgrid solution, we would like to connect with you to assess synergy and a possible strategic business partnership. We developed and patented a microgrid, namely the Air to Electricity and Water Mobile Microgrid, that provides onsite energy and water. Scalable is size, this microgrid utilizes no liquids or combustibles (safe for the environment), is energy efficient (can recycle stored gas manually, saving costs on motor functions), can operate 24/7, and can harness onsite resources (renewables and air) to generate and store electricity. This can save existing utilities and military millions in supply costs, can increase the profit margins significantly (When needed, motor runs a short time at or below $.05 per kwh before manual pressure recycling begins, yet standard electrical generation cost is between $.15-$.25 per kwh across the country) if the strategy is to keep currents prices the same and adopt a cheaper method of generating sellable electricity, will allow vested parties to enter and monopolize global energy markets using technology that can provide higher energy densities than existing standalone renewables but at a cheaper price thanks to air, can help existing utilities access and secure Military energy contracts, and can give vested parties a marketing edge as an advocate on climate change. Please feel free to let me know if you are interested in discussing the matter further. We can send along our business plan for you to assess upon request.


Phone: 6172165714

Address: 70 Cottage Street, Chelsea, MA, 02150, United States
 Oregon State UniversityEduardo Cotilla-Sanchez Academic Grid The Energy Systems group at Oregon State University is led by three PIs--Dr. Ted Brekken, Dr. Eduardo Cotilla-Sanchez, and Dr. Yue Cao--focusing in the following research areas regularly funded by NSF, DOE, EPRI, PNW utilities, Amazon, and others:

Power Electronics
Electric machines and drives
Power systems modeling and control
Smart grid, microgrids
Renewable energy
Electrical system resiliency and protection
Energy access and cybersecurity
Wide-area power system data
Marine energy

Group lab (WESRF, please see website) resources:
* Dedicated bi-directional 750 kVA connection to the utility at 480 V three-phase
* Phasor measurement units streaming to a phasor data concentrator (PDC), backup power, and GPS redundancy
* Opal-RT and SEL RTAC real time systems
* 300 horsepower dynomometer, as well as 25 kW and smaller motor test beds
* 20 kW Linear Test Bed
* High-power water rheostat
* 30 kW, 0.75 kWh super capacitor bank
* Residential hot water heater testbed with two residential hot water heaters with automated outlet valves to emulate resident hot water usage
* Roof-mounted 4 kW PV array
* Several commercial PV inverters with a high-power DC supply for panel emulation
* 120 kVA fully programmable supply (i.e., arbitrary waveform generator)


Phone: 5417378926

Address: 2115 Kelley Engineering Center, Corvallis, OR, 97331, United States
 Cardano Networks, LLCWilliam Faulkner Small Business Other Energy Technologies Cardano is an advanced software company utilizing artificial intelligence, deep learning, and proprietary analytics to audit, aggregate, and analyze information for electrical utilities. An example of its robust capabilities is its use in asset investment planning, enabling utilities to make comprehensive risk-based capital allocation decisions in support of enterprise-wide capital budgeting, lifecycle tracking, and risk reduction programs and adherence to ISO55000. Cardano is a veteran-owned small business and already has large utility customers in North America, working with them on sophisticated asset investment planning and more comprehensive asset data management and utilization programs. Cardano is interested in assisting with the development of innovative approaches to quantification of risk and decision making under uncertainty practices at the asset level. It has the capabilities to significantly contribute via (1) its current, commercially deployed asset investment planning software tool, as well as its (2) deep-learning based Jupiter audit, aggregation and analytics platform.


Phone: 651-343-6370

Address: PO Box 162228, minneapolis, MN, 55416, United States
 Virginia TechWeijun Xie Academic Grid Weijun Xie is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech. He received his Ph.D. in Operations Research from Georgia Institute of Technology in Summer 2017. He also obtained two M.S. degrees in Applied Mathematics and in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and his Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering awarded by Tsinghua University, Beijing. Dr. Xie's honors include Alice and John Jarvis Ph.D. Student Research Award from Georgia Institute of Technology, Honorable Mention in George Nicholson Student Paper Competition at INFORMS 2017, Best Ph.D. Thesis for the 2018 Sigma Xi Research Awards, Georgia Institute of Technology, Third Place in 2018 INFORMS Junior Faculty Interest Group Paper Competition, Runner-up in 2019 Dupacova-Prekopa Best Student Paper Prize in Stochastic Programming.
Dr. Xie's primary research interest is operations research, particularly, theory and applications of data-driven distributionally robust optimization, stochastic programming, and discrete optimization. He is also working on various applications, including machine learning, power system design under uncertainty, transportation network design with service disruption, stochastic location routing problem, and infrastructure maintenance.

Dr. Xie has the following expertise:
1) Risk-averse Stochastic Programming
2) Data-Driven Distributionally Robust Optimization
3) Combinatorial Algorithms for Large-scale Machine Learning and Data analytics
4) Optimal Power Flow with Renewables
5) Transportation Network Design under Disruptions
6) Infrastructure Asset Management


Phone: 5402319772

Address: 205 Durham Hall (MC 0118), 1145 Perry Street, Blacksburg, VA, 24061, United States
 UC BerkeleyScott Moura Academic Grid Scott Moura is an Associate Professor in Civil & Environmental Engineering and Director of the Energy, Controls, & Applications Lab (eCAL) at the University of California, Berkeley. He is also a faculty member at the Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute. He received the B.S. degree from the University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 2006, 2008, and 2011, respectively, all in mechanical engineering. From 2011 to 2013, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Cymer Center for Control Systems and Dynamics, University of California, San Diego. In 2013, he was a Visiting Researcher at the Centre Automatique et Systèmes, MINES ParisTech, Paris, France. His research interests include control, optimization, and machine learning for batteries, electrified vehicles, and distributed energy resources.

Dr. Moura is a recipient of the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award, Carol D. Soc Distinguished Graduate Student Mentor Award, the Hellman Fellowship, the O. Hugo Shuck Best Paper Award, the ACC Best Student Paper Award (as advisor), the ACC and ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference Best Student Paper Finalist (as student and advisor), the UC Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship, the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, the University of Michigan Distinguished ProQuest Dissertation Honorable Mention, the University of Michigan Rackham Merit Fellowship, and the College of Engineering Distinguished Leadership Award.


Phone: 5106420948

Address: 625 Davis Hall, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, 94720, United States
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