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Energy and Environment Seminar Series - Sulaiman Almohaimeed


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Growth of energy consumption leads to global emission concerns. Regulating electricity generation and launching climate action plans to mitigate CO2 emissions can help achieve a meaningful impact. Obtaining the solutions from engineering practices, especially in the distribution system, is one of the motivations to reach CO2 mitigation goals. In that regard, this work demonstrates a technique for prioritized demand side management option through a multi-decision making algorithm to study the impact of climate action plans on reducing CO2 emissions.

Sulaiman Almohaimeed received the M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Colorado State University in 2016. He is currently a graduate research assistant in the Advanced Power Engineering Laboratory at Colorado State University where he is pursuing his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. His research of interest is focused on electric power systems.