As of May 2019, Power lab has received over twenty grants (in most cases jointly) with a total of $8.0 million from NSF, DOE, USDA, Eversource Energy, etc..

Sample Ongoing Projects

9/1/2018-8/31/2021 PI SCC: Empowering Smart and Connected Communities through Programmable Community Microgrids $800,000
1/16/2018-1/15/2021 UConn PI Dynamic Stability Assessment of Large Interconnected Grids under  Uncertainties $ 1,050,000 doe-logo
1/1/2017-12/31/2019 PI US Ignite: Focus Area 1: SD2N: Software-Defined Urban Distribution Network for Smart Cities $ 600,000
 9/1/2016-8/31/2019 PI  Enabling Reliable Networked Microgrids for Distribution Grid Resiliency $ 300,000
2018-2019 UConn PI Assess the Impact and Evaluate the Response to Cybersecurity
Issues (AIERCI), Department of Energy
$ 59,757 doe-logo
2018-2020 PI Grid-Side System Enhancements to Integrate Distributed Energy Resources, Phase II $ 200,000 Eversource_energy_logo
2018-2020 PI Modeling, Analysis and Anomaly Detection for Cyber Secure Eversource Power Distribution Networks $350,000 Eversource_energy_logo
 7/1/2017-6/30/2020 PI  Academic Plan: Level 1 $ 300,000 UConn Provost
2019-2020 Co-PI Safe, High Energy and Power Density Fuel Cells and Batteries, with Underwater Wireless Recharging Capability $400,000

Other Sponsors