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Iqbal Husain

ABB Distinguished Professor

Keystone Science Center 19

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Grants

Date: 07/01/22 - 6/30/25
Amount: $15,000.00
Funding Agencies: Resilient Power Systems

FREEDM Membership, Affiliate Member

Date: 04/01/20 - 6/30/25
Amount: $78,750.00
Funding Agencies: Danfoss

Associate membership in FREEDM.

Date: 07/01/22 - 6/30/25
Amount: $45,000.00
Funding Agencies: FlexGen Power Systems

Associate Member with FREEDM Systems Center

Date: 10/01/13 - 6/30/25
Amount: $176,250.00
Funding Agencies: Schneider Electric USA, Inc.

New membership

Date: 07/01/15 - 6/30/24
Amount: $450,000.00
Funding Agencies: Duke Energy Business Services LLC

New agreement for Full Membership.

Date: 02/01/22 - 6/30/24
Amount: $36,250.00
Funding Agencies: Delta Electronics (Americas) Ltd

Associate Member with FREEDM Systems Center

Date: 01/01/22 - 6/30/24
Amount: $37,500.00
Funding Agencies: SAS Institute Inc.

Associate Member with FREEDM Systems Center

Date: 01/01/09 - 6/30/24
Amount: $267,500.00
Funding Agencies: Eaton Corporation

New Membership

Date: 09/01/19 - 8/31/23
Amount: $220,000.00
Funding Agencies: National Science Foundation (NSF)

This proposal will generate new results on application of machine learning in power system controls.

Date: 08/15/10 - 6/30/23
Amount: $1,535,583.00
Funding Agencies: NCSU Future Renewable Electric Energy Delivery and Management Systems Center (FREEDM)

Next year is our center?s critical review year. Demonstrating an operational green energy hub is important for the NSF as well as for our research needs. Such a hub will also serve as an important testbed to work with our member companies. The center recently moved into the brand new Keystone Science Center in June 2010. The FREEDM Systems Center occupies 20,000 square feet of office space, laboratory, and meeting room space in the building. The FREEDM Center lab space inside the Keystone Science Center was designed specifically to accommodate the 1 MW Green Energy Hub and will house the distributed generation, storage, and renewable energy technologies that FREEDM is working on. At the heart of the lab is a 12 kV distribution system (Figure 1), generated by the two 1 MVA transformer and the back to back (BTB) converter. The BTB converter acts as a substation solid state transformer (SST) to control the system fault current. The equipment marked in green color are already in place, while those marked in blue color are key project deliverables from various projects in the center in Year 3. Those marked in red color are those equipment that this project need to purchase.


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