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Montag, 25.04.2022, 18:00 - Donnerstag, 28.04.2022, 16:00 CDT
New Orleans, LA, United States
New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Halls F-J, 900 Convention Center Blvd

Discover Hitachi Energy at IEEE PES T&D 2022 in Booth #7135

We’re excited to meet you in person once again.  At Hitachi Energy, we look forward to sharing with you our commitment to advancing a sustainable energy future for all. 

The pathway to the energy system of the future looks different for everyone. Whether you are looking for next-generation technology to upgrade or replace your existing assets or to invest in sustainable solutions to comply with local or global regulatory changes and society demands, Hitachi Energy can help you plan, build, operate, and maintain the grid of tomorrow. 

Stop by our booth #7135 to discover our latest sustainable technologies that can help make the grid more scalable, flexible, and secure. 

Hitachi Energy Conference Presentation Schedule

In addition to connecting with our team in the booth, don’t miss Hitachi Energy’s presentations, panels, and poster sessions to hear from our customers, partners, and experts. 

Enhancing grid resilience with HVDC and FACTS

This panel will review the positive impacts of HVDC and FACTS have on system resilience. Potential vulnerabilities that HVDC and FACTS systems inherit from the bulk power system through the interconnected nature ac systems as well as through SCADA and other communication systems will be reviewed with an emphasis on how communications for FACTS systems and HVDC protection and control differ from those for conventional ac systems. 

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Panel Session | Session Number: PN02 | Room 286


  • Reynaldo Nuqui, Hitachi Energy
  • Ram Adapa, ElectricPower Research Institute (EPRI)
  • Neil Kirby, GE Renewables

Innovation Stage: Retrofill of 420kV gas-insulated lines with a C4-FN-base gas mixture

10:15 - 11:15 a.m. | Innovation Stage | Session Number: IS1-1 | Innovation Stage 1


  • Dr. Adrian Skea, Hitachi Energy

New dual nameplate kVA distribution transformers

1:00 - 3:00 p.m. | Panel Session | Session Number: PN24 | Room: 291


  • Ed teNyenhuis, Hitachi Energy, IEEE Transformer Committee Chair
  • Daniel Mulkey, Mulkey Engineering
  • Philip Hopkinson, HVOLT
  • Tom Prevost, Weidmann Electrical
  • Kevin Rapp, Cargill
  • Alan Traut, Howard Industries 

Significant revisions made to C57.104, the IEEE guide for the interpretation of gases generated in mineral oil-immersed transformers

1:00 - 3:00 p.m. | Panel Session | Session Number: PN25 | Room: 292


  • Ed teNyenhuis, Hitachi Energy, IEEE Transformer Committee Chair
  • Scott Reed, MVA Diagnostics
  • David Wallach, Duke Energy

Spark Prevention Unit arrester wildfire hardening of electric utility distribution systems

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. | Innovation Stage | Session Number: IS2-5 | Room: Innovation Stage 2 


  • Michael Godfrey, Hitachi Energy

Poster Sessions


Location: La Nouvelle Orleans Ballroom  |  Time: 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 

Network constraints consideration for grid edge energy management system Session #: 2022TD0068

Pablo Almaleck, Hitachi Energy
Dmitry Ishchenko, Hitachi Energy
Faeza Hafiz, Hitachi Energy

Virtual synchronous generator control of multi-port autonomous reconfigurable solar plants Session #: 2022TD0069 Reynaldo Nuqui, Hitachi Energy
Jiuping Pan, Hitachi Energy
Suman Debnath, Oak Ridge National Labratory
Phani Marthi, Oak Ridge National Labratory
Qianxue Xia, Georgia Institute of Technology
Evaluation of GIC thermal capability of power transformers – Part I: Core form transformers Session #: 2022TD0120 Mats Bernesjo, Hitachi Energy
Ramsis Girgis, Hitachi Energy
Evaluation of GIC thermal capability of power transformers – Part 2: Shell form transformers Session #: 2022TD0121 Mats Bernesjo, Hitachi Energy
Ramsis Girgis, Hitachi Energy
Blocked  delayed elimination in the power system state estimator Session #: 2022TD0180 Vladimir Brandwain, Hitachi Energy
Dinesh Ranbhise, Hitachi Energy
Luc Radu, NYISO
Modeling zero impedance lines in power system applications Session #: 2022TD0182 Vladimir Brandwain, Hitachi Energy
Dinesh Ranbhise, Hitachi Energy
Luc Radu, NYISO
A 500kV AIS switchyard in Ontario, Canada Session #: 2022TD0097 Stefan Morf, Hitachi Energy
Vladimir Curguz, Hydro One
Grace Xu, Hydro One

Featured Solutions

Air-insulated switchgear (AIS)

Hitachi Energy offers a wide range of air-insulated switchgear (AIS) portfolio up to 1100 KV used in all types of climates and applications.

APM Edge

APM Edge is an on-premise, standalone asset performance management (APM) software for transformers.

Bushings technology products


World's most complete bushing portfolio, including our O Plus Dry portfolio

Dry-type distribution transformers

Hitachi Energy offers a wide-range of dry-type distribution transformer products with primary voltages up to 72.5 kV. Our dry-type distribution transformer products are manufactured in accordance with industry demands and international standards, including IEC, ANSI, and ISO 9001.
EconiQ™ - Eco-efficient High Voltage Portfolio

EconiQ™ - Eco-efficient high-voltage portfolio

EconiQ high-voltage portfolio offers eco-efficient solutions for sustainability where products are proven to deliver exceptional environmental performance.

Gas-insulated switchgear (GIS)

Hitachi Energy's gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) portfolio offers a complete range of products for all ratings and applications from 72.5 kV to 1200 kV.

Grid-eMotion Fleet

A scalable, modular and fully customizable solution for large-scale EV charging of smart public and commercial transport.

Collaboration Center of Hitachi Energy transforms

High Voltage Remote Services

The Collaboration Center from Hitachi Energy transforms the way we deliver services for high-voltage products by providing real-time support and access to expertise and resources from anywhere in the world. 

Mobile Transformers and Mobile Substation Transformers

Temporary power and rapid-response transformer solutions

Network Manager

SCADA Network Manager has been designed for operators who need a level of network visibility that crosses the transmission and distribution boundaries.
Hitachi Energy Power quality

Power Quality

Power quality is a high priority for utilities, and industries. Hitachi Energy deliver a wide portfolio of products, systems, solutions and consulting services.

Spark Prevention Unit

Reducing wildfire hazards which may be caused by thermally overloaded surge arresters

Transformer service

Aging assets, rising energy demand, and the critical need to avoid unplanned outages are challenging worldwide utilities and industrials. The service portfolio of Hitachi Energy allows utilities and industrials to maximize the return on transformer assets by ensuring high reliability, reducing life cycle costs, and ensuring optimized performance while lowering environmental impact.

Transformers with Transient Voltage Protection (TVP) Technology

Eliminate costly outages caused by switching transient failures in any electrical network. Best transformer for business processes requiring frequent electrical network switching. They are best suited for Data Centers, Metals & Mining industry, Renewable Energy, Railway Infrastructure and any industry where processes require frequent electrical network switching.

TXpert™ Ecosystem

TXpert™ is an open, scalable, manufacturer-agnostic ecosystem for digitalization of transformers, designed to drive data-driven intelligence and decision making in the operations and maintenance of transformers and Hitachi Energy.

TXpand™ Rupture Resistant Transformers

Reduce risk to increase safety, protect the environment and keep the power flowing. 

Available on demand