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Andy Hoke is a senior engineer with expertise in grid integration of power electronics and inverter-based renewable and distributed energy. His work includes advanced inverter controls design, hardware-in-the-loop testing and model development, power systems modeling and simulation, and standards development. He is the chair of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Standards 1547.1 and P2800.2, which contain the test and verification procedures to ensure distributed energy resources and inverter-based resources conform to the grid interconnection requirements of IEEE Standards 1547 and P2800, respectively. He is a registered professional engineer in the State of Colorado. 

Research Interests

Transient and dynamic modeling of power systems with very high levels of inverter-based resources, including grid-following and grid-forming inverters

Control of inverter-based resources for grid integration

Laboratory testing of inverter-based resources including power hardware-in-the-loop at small and large scale

Standards development for grid integration and interconnection of distributed and inverter-based resources connected to distribution systems and to the bulk power system

Professional Experience

Guest Editor, IEEE Electrification Magazine Special Issue on Island Power System Stability (2022)

Chair, Hawaiian Electric Integrated Grid Planning Technical Advisory Panel (2021–Present)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Engineering Physics, Dartmouth College

Master, Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder

PhD, Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder


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