January 28-30, 2020 | San Antonio, Texas, Booth 2947
January 28-30, 2020 | San Antonio, Texas, Booth 2947
Take control of your digital future! If you are looking to learn more about the latest innovations in digital, smart grid and renewable technologies, stop by ABB’s booth, 2947. We will be offering demos and expertise on our digitally-enabled solutions that can help you build a stronger, smarter and greener grid.
Are you smarter than the smart grid?
Just looking for some fun? See if you are smarter than the smart grid by playing our trivia game for your chance to win prizes. By playing, we will also make a donation on your behalf to the Ronald McDonald House, San Antonio Chapter! The Ronald McDonald House charity is dedicated to creating, finding and supporting programs that improve the health and well-being of children. Stop by our booth to test your smart grid knowledge!
ABB Digital Enterprise
ABB Digital Enterprise crosses data and system silos to give you unprecedented single-source access to information and analytics regarding the enterprise, its assets, its systems and the workforce that supports it.Learn more
Grid edge solutions
ABB is a pioneer in energy management, with 30+ years of experience in microgrids and energy storage solutions and installed base that aggregates to more than 470 MW worldwide and over 170 installations. ABB’s Grid Edge Solutions serve a wide range of customers including remote communities, islands, utilities, commercial and industrial sites and renewable operations. The Grid Edge Solutions e-mesh portfolio includes battery energy storage solutions, energy management system, advanced control and automation, SCADA and monitoring applications. The e-mesh portfolio enables optimization of energy production, improves reliability and resilience of power networks and increases profitability, while reducing CO2 footprint and lowering operational costs.Learn more
Digital substation solutions
ABB’s digital substation is a core enabler to increase safety, productivity and reliability for grid operators and to reduce the overall substation cost and environmental impact. Stop by our booth to see our digital substation solutions , including a fiber-optic current sensor (FOCS).Learn more
ABB offers robust, cost-effective and proven wireless network solutions for utility operations networks ranging from Distribution Automation to Edge Compute. ABB’s Field Area Network supports all DA applications, IIOT, and mobile devices over the entire service territory of the utility. ABB: Meeting the needs of electric utilities today and tomorrow.
Cable accessories and apparatus
Keep the power flowing and efficiently through all of the distribution networks that crisscross the landscape. Come see some of ABB’s electrification solutions including Tru-Break switchgear, pad mount switchgear, submersible switchgear, vault mount switchgear, Elastimold® reclosers, capacitor switches, and more!Learn more
Balancing the rising demand for power with increasing concerns for the environment is a challenge. ABB offers a range of solutions, including outdoor apparatus, reclosers, primary metering units, smart substation control and protection, protection and control relays, FT switches, Envisage energy management, and much more! Stop by our booth to learn more or request a demo!Learn more
Volt-VAR management software (VVMS)
As complexities in the distribution system continue to increase, advanced monitoring and automation can ensure optimum reactive power, and voltage profiles are achieved, thus reducing customer challenges real and reactive power losses, and real power demand during peak demand periods or anytime.Learn more
Active harmonic filters
ABB offers a complete range of distribution transformers designed to grant the reliability, durability, and efficiency required in utility, industrial, and commercial applications. Stop by our booth to see some of our transformer solutions including a micropole pole-mounted transformer and the world’s first digital distribution transformer, TXpert™!Learn more
With more than 13,000 fast chargers deployed in 80 countries, ABB has a decade of experience building the smartest, safest and most reliable, charging infrastructure for light, medium and heavy duty vehicles. Supporting every charging system, ABB’s connectivity suite enables the highest network uptime with remotely enabled services.Learn more
ABB is a proud sponsor of the eMobility Knowledge Hub
Stop by booth 417 to learn about the latest EV technologies
Each year, more and more cities are creating connected communities with engaged citizens, and utility initiatives often play a key role in this transformation. As our transportation system becomes electrified, utilities will again be at the center of it all. Sessions in this hub explore topics like vehicle-to-grid, smart infrastructure, charging stations, communication systems and much more.
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
DER islanding protection – low-cost alternative to direct transfer trip
Track: Knowledge Hub: Expanding the Grid
Room: Booth #4439, Exhibit Floor
Time: 4:00 – 4:30 PM
James O'Brien (ABB), Connor Aimone (ABB), John Franklink (National Grid), Michael Jensen (PG&E), Dave Crudele (NYSERDA)
Wednesday, January 29 2020
Charging infrastructure for public, transit and fleet needs: What a smart utility needs to know
Track: Knowledge hubs: e-Mobility and smart cities
Room: Booth #414, Exhibit floor
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM
Brad Jensen (ABB), Dan O’Shea (ABB), Gary Rackliffe (ABB), Koustuv Ghoshal (Ericsson Inc.)
Thursday, January 30 from 8:45 AM – 10:15 AM
The evolution of utility distribution operations and business models: an international perspective
Track: Enterprise Grid Management
Room: 217C – Enterprise Grid 3
Session chair: Gary Rackliffe (ABB) and Bennie Fussell (Schneider Electric)
Calvin Zhang (ComEd), Charles Berndt (Hydro Ottawa Ltd.), Kristofer Frojd (Ellevio), Paul Feldman (EnerySec Board) – Panel Moderator