Stanley E. Young, P.E., PhD

Advanced Transportation and Urban Scientist

Dr. Stanley Young serves as the Mobility Innovations and Equity team leader at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the Chief Data Officer for the Eastern Transportation Coalition. Previously he served on staff at the University of Maryland Center for Advanced Transportation Technology, the Kansas Department of Transportation, and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. Dr. Young was the technical architect of the Eastern Transportation Coalition, developed and commercialized Bluetooth traffic monitoring, and co-developed the Department of Energy’s Mobility Energy Productivity metric. Dr. Young is a graduate of Kansas State University and served in the United States Peace Corps.

Stanley E. Young, P.E., PhD’s Session(s):

11:30 am–12:30 pm | Thu, March 30, 2023

Solving the Power Supply Dilemma: EV Load Management, Microgrids, Smart Metering & More

The electricity required to charge a vehicle is substantial, and as commercial and residential buildings install more charging stations, challenges arise around limited grid capacity and connection. Load management can equally distribute the power across charging stations and other equipment. This session will cover various solutions to the power dilemma including balancing the grid, EV load management, microgrids, trickle charge, demand charging, and smart metering. Join us for this important session to: 

  • Enable intelligent energy platforms to scale behind the meter-distributed energy
  • Harness system integrations to improve building efficiency and increase overall energy savings

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