“Resilience and response to high impact events: From energy system operators to households”
Alberto J. Lamadrid, Lehigh University
Thursday, February 20
Steele 006 – Dartmouth College
Increased incidence of extreme events and socio-economic losses due to power outages create a fundamental concern for operators and planners to rapidly restore the power system. Also, extreme events cause populations to face the decision to evacuate more often. These two intertwined problems will be discussed.
Sponsored by the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society and the Environmental Studies Program at Dartmouth College
Free and open to the public