Eran Schweitzer is a power systems engineer at the Pacific Northwest National Lab.
His work focuses on simulation and analysis of both distribution and transmission systems.
On the distribution side, he has worked on PNNL's DER hosting capacity capability for the Interconnection Innovation E-Xchange (i2X), modeling of an interconnection queue, and is part of the IEEE P1729 Distribution Analysis Guide Working Group.
On the transmission side he has been heavily involved in the National Transmission Planning Study.
Prior to joining PNNL, Eran worked for the engineering department of an independent power producer in Germany, where he conducted various design calculations (power flow, short circuit, arc-flash, etc.). He also provided the technical support for the certification process of the first generator to interconnect at the highest voltage level (400kV) according to the new German grid code from 2018.
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