Accessing DISTRIBUTECH Presentations
Presentations provided by DistribuTECH speakers are available to all full delegates and exhibitor delegates, however a username and password are required to access them. 
This year's username and password were handed out at the conference.  If you did not receive them please contact Debbi Wells at 
Utility University course handouts are only available to those who paid to attend a course. 
Credentials were provided by the instructors, however, if you paid to attend a course and did not receive the username and password please contact Debbi Wells at 

Downloading DISTRIBUTECH Presentations
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Dr. Johan Enslin FIEEE, FSAIEE, PrENG

Executive Director, Energy Systems Program and Duke Energy Endowed Chair in Smart Grid Technology
Clemson University


Professor Johan Enslin is a Fellow of the IEEE and SAIEE and Registered Professional Engineer in South Africa. He is the Director for the Zucker Family Graduate Education Center and the Duke Energy Endowed Chaired Professor in SmartGrid at Clemson University in North Charleston SC. He is also a Distinguished Visiting Professor at University of Johannesburg in South Africa. He comes to Clemson as the first Director for the Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC) and the Duke Energy Distinguished Chair in Power System at University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Johan has combined a balanced industry and academic career with 35-year leadership experience in industry and academia throughout the US, Europe and South Africa. He served as an executive, with P/L responsibilities for private business operations and a professor in electrical engineering. Johan is a life-long leader in the IEEE and CIGRÉ working groups and committees. He holds more than 25 provisional and final patents and received the 2014 Charlotte Business Journal Energy Leadership Award.

Dr. Enslin’s research is focused mainly in the area of building a smarter, modern power grid. Among others he is evaluating the role and optimization of energy storage technologies in grid modernization. Priority is given to technologies and approaches that support large-scale renewable energy integration, improve energy efficiency, stack performance and show positive business cases. A stacked-value methodology for integrating and controlling energy storage is developed and evaluated with field trials at utility substations. Other research areas include Virtual Power Plants, distributed intelligence for distribution assets and smart power electronic converters.


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For questions regarding the DISTRIBUTECH conference program please contact:  
Debbi Wells, CMP
Conference  Manager
Direct: 918-832-9265

For questions regarding the DISTRIBUTECH exhibit services please contact your Exhibit Services Manager at:
Direct: 253-212-2735

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