Grid Optimization: Private LTE Provides the Optimal Foundation for Utilities

May 16, 2023 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Wentworth Institute of Technology Beatty 426 (Building: Beatty Hall)
550 Huntington Ave
MA 02115 (Free Parking at West Parking Lot)

Power & Energy Society

Speaker: Jason Mills, P.E., Solutions Engineer, Anterix

Time: Refreshments start at 6:00pm; Talk begins at 6:30pm

A modern grid requires modern communications. Connectivity through Private LTE is helping to shape the future of private wireless broadband networks for utilities with the right tools, solutions, and technology—all on a platform ready to power the grid of the future, starting today. Application typically in only the telecommunications and wireless technology are now expanding to the Utility Sector enabling an improved communications landscape capable of meeting the changing needs of utility control. That means connectivity for daily operations, identifying faults, communication during natural disasters and future smart grid initiatives. Safety, security, reliability, and resiliency are on the minds of every utility leader and innovator committed to better serving their communities and service territories.

Biography: Jason Mills, P.E., graduated with M.S. in Power Engineering from Drexel University and a B.S. of Electrical Engineering from Lafayette College. His work experience includes 12+ years for Exelon in the distribution, transmission, and nuclear generation sides of the utility as well as Hubbell Power Systems, which is a leader in distribution and transmission equipment manufacturing for utilities. He is currently working at Anterix which is a USA leader in communications technology advancement, providing leadership to utilities to understand their needs for Advanced Connectivity, Data Collection and Smart Infrastructure. Mr. Mills’ experience covers many areas of the utility world such as Smart Grid automation, OSI implementation, DER Capacity Planning and Nuclear Risk Management.

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