Andrew Kling is a Senior Data Science Consultant in Duke Energy’s Analytics Strategy and Transformation organization. During his 9 years with Duke Energy he has enjoyed a wide variety of roles including Transmission Protection and Controls engineer, Distribution Grid Management engineer and Technology Development Manager for Emerging Technologies. Since joining Duke Energy he has had the opportunity to engage in an extensive range of projects including SCADA architecture design and implementation, substation automation, DMS optimization, multiple microgrid implementations and battery energy storage solution design, implementation and evaluation. In his current role Andrew focuses on developing analytical solutions for Duke Energy’s distribution system. His current work includes a tool for identifying non-functioning distribution capacitors which deferred over $4M in additional project costs and an advanced distribution planning tool that utilizes hourly, 10-year forecast data to plan optimal future distribution asset investments. Andrew is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of North Carolina.
May 7, 2019
3:15 - 4:30
Our panel of utility experts will share their perspectives on the wave of emerging technologies becoming available to address sustainability and resilience challenges, including solutions in storage, microgrids, and renewables. Join the discussion to learn about the relationship between data and these emerging solutions.