Current Research and Research Interests
- Modeling, power management and control of alternative energy power generation systems
- Distributed generation
- Smart grid and microgrid
- Modeling and control of end-use residential and industrial electric loads (demand response) for smart grid applications
- Application of intelligent control to energy management, demand response, and distribution automation
- Predicting distribution feeder power demand at steady state and after a period of power outage (cold load pickup)
His research has been supported by one or more of the following sources: The National Science Foundation, NSF-EPSCoR, USDOE, DOE-EPSCoR, Electric Power Research Institute, The Montana Power Company, Montana Electric Power Cooperatives, and Montana Electric Power Affiliates Program (MEPRA).