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

New membership

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

Associate Member with FREEDM Systems Center

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

New agreement for Full Membership.

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: 10/01/18 - 7/31/23
Amount: $2,675,952.00
Funding Agencies: US Dept. of Energy (DOE) - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)

North Carolina State University (NCSU), ABB, and New York Power Authority (NYPA) will develop and demonstrate an intelligent, medium voltage (MV) extreme fast charger with integrated generation and storage capabilities that will help avoid negative impacts of extreme fast charging on the nation’s electric grid. The charger will be capable of delivering a combined 1 MVA to five vehicles, while enabling a charge rate of up to 350 kW per stall. The system will consist of a solid-state transformer (SST), which connects directly to the medium voltage (MV) and delivers power to a shared, 1,000 V DC bus, to which multiple vehicles, generation (PV), and storage units can be connected through partial-power DC/DC converters. The DC bus will be protected using novel intelligent solid-state circuit breakers, developed by ABB for this effort. Each vehicle will interface to the DC bus through a correctly sized DC/DC converter, allowing charging in the 50 kW to 350 kW range at the vehicle battery voltage. Therefore, this station will be capable of supporting state-of-the-art electric vehicles as well as the next generation of vehicles operating at higher voltages and faster charging rates.


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