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Power System Identification
Extensive research is being conducted at the University of Wyoming in the area of Power System Identification from measured data. UW has been collaborating with Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL), Montana Tech and others, on methods to identify power system characteristics from measurements throughout a power grid.
School of Energy Resources
The School of Energy Resources at the University of Wyoming was created in 2006 to enhance the university's energy-related education, research, and outreach. SER showcases the many energy research projects at UW and bridges academics and industry. [More]
The University of Wyoming Electric Motor Training & Testing Center (UWEMTTC) was established in 1991. Originally funded by the US Department of Energy, the State of Wyoming Energy Office and the Nicholson Foundation, the UWEMTTC is a self sufficient research lab participating in various electrical energy related projects throughout the state of Wyoming. [More]
Wind Energy Research
The Wind Energy Research Center (WERC) provides experimental and computational capabilities as well as intellectual resources to carry out internationally-unique research that will aid in enhancing energy security while reducing energy-related environmental impact. [More]
Wind Farm Efficiency research via Adaptive and Distributed Control; Developing techniques for addressing the problem of inspection and health monitoring of large-scale, grid-interconnected wind farms used for clean electrical power generation.
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UW School of Energy Resources
With backing from industry and elected officials and a focus on research, academics and work force development, the University of Wyoming's School of Energy Resources (SER) has established itself as a key institution just five years after its creation.