Peer Reviewer Evaluation Form Reviewer Name(Required) First Last Email(Required) Session Topic(Required)Please Select Session TopicSession 1: Innovative Deployment ProjectsSession 2: Equity, Resilience, and PolicySession 3: Safety and ReliabilitySession 4: Sodium BatteriesSession 5: Medium and Long Duration Energy StorageSession 6: Flow BatteriesSession 7: Zinc and Lead BatteriesSession 8: Power ElectronicsSession 9: Analytics and ToolsSession 1: Innovative Deployment Projects(Required) 101: Scott Newlun - Applications that Reduce the Use of Diesel Gensets 102: Tony Sparks - Atrisco Heritage HS - Battery Storage for Peak Shaving 103: Waylon Clark - Energy Storage Deployment Program Project Updates and Initiatives 104: Diane Baldwin - PNNL Projects 105: Michael Ropp - IEEE Std 1547.9-2022 A New Standard to Help Streamline Energy Storage Interconnection with Distribution Session 2: Equity, Resilience, and Policy(Required) 201: Adrienne Rackley - Energy Storage for Social Equity 202: Henry Guan - Energy Storage for Social Equity 203: Howard Passell - Sandia PUC Policy and Outreach, and ES & Decarbonization on Modeling with PUCS 204: Will McNamara - Sandia Energy Storage Policy & Outreach Accomplishments 2022 205: Dhruv Bhatnagar - Equity and Resilience in Storage Modeling & Planning 206: Jeremy Twitchell - Regulatory Research and Technical Assistance Session 3: Safety and Reliability(Required) 301: Hsin Wang - Thermal Runaway Severity Database and Development of Thermally Sensitive Paint 302: Alex Bates - Are Solid-State Batteries Safe? A Thermodynamic Analysis 303: Reed Wittman - Quantifying Chlorine Gas Evolution from Mixed-Acid Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries 304: Scott Gibson - The Arlington Microgrid: Battery Fire Safety – Lessons Learned 305: Charlie Vartanian - Energy Storage Reliability Codes and Standards Activities Updates 306: Ed Thompson - Reliability Testing of kW Scale Battery Modules and Rerating of Used Transportation Modules Session 4: Sodium Batteries(Required) 401: Leo Small (Erik Spoerke presenting) - Low Temperature Molten Sodium Batteries 402: Guosheng Li - Intermediate Temperature Sodium Batteries 403: Keeyoung Jung - Polymer-sealed Planar Na-NiCl2 Batteries at 180C 404: David Mitlin - Na-Based Solid Electrolytes 405: Mengya Li - Sodium Battery Research at ORNL 406: Xiaolin Li - Sodium Ion Battery Development at PNNL Session 5: Medium and Long Duration Energy Storage(Required) 501: Audun Botterud - Grid Modeling of Long-Duration Energy Storage for Deep Decarbonization 502: Ilias Belharouak - Sea Water Batteries for Long Duration Storage 503: Miller Li - Freeze-Thaw Battery Technology 504: Margaret Gordon - Long Duration Solar Thermal Energy Storage 505: Atri Bera - Pumped Hydroelectric Storage Systems Session 6: Flow Batteries(Required) 601: Krzysztof Pupek - Process R&D for Manufacturing of Aqueous Redox Flow Battery Materials 602: Guang Yang - Ambient Temperature Polysulfide-Based Redox Flow Batteries and Membrane Development 603: Ruozhu Feng - Improve the Kinetics of the Ketone-based Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Batteries 604: Wei Wang - Crosslinked Polyethyleneimine Gel Polymer INterface to Improve Cycling Stability of RFBs 605: Travis Anderson - Iron-and Bipyridine-based Charge Carriers for Non-Aqueous Flow Batteries Session 7: Zinc and Lead Batteries(Required) 701: Tim Fister - X-ray Analysis of Nonstochiometric Oxides in Lead Acid Batteries 702: Tim Lambert - Progress in Aqueous Zn- based Batteries 703: Sanjoy Banjeree - Progress in the Development and Deployment of Zinc Manganese Dioxide Batteries 704: Esther Takeuchi/Amy Marschilok - Mechanistic Studies of Zinc Anode Batteries 705: Josh Gallaway - Li and Na ion intercalation in layered MnO2 cathodes Enabled by Using Bismuth as a Cation Pillar 706: Matthew Fayette - Zinc Battery Research at PNNL Session 8: Power Electronics(Required) 801: Madhu Chinthavali - Power Electronic Development for Energy Storage at ORNL 802: Jacob Mueller - Energy Redistribution as a Method for Mitigating Risk of Propagating Thermal Runaway 803: Oindrilla Dutta - System Development for Optimal Operation of Hybrid Storage Technologies 804: Huanghaohe Zou - Low Voltage and High Current Bidirectional Converter for Grid-tied BESS 805 Trevor Warren - Multiport Multi-Directional Modular and Scalable Power Conversion Platform with DC/AC Source/Storage Integration 806: Deepak Divan - Flexible Scalable Electricity Solutions for Off-Grid Communities Session 9: Analytics and Tools(Required) 901: Srikanth Allu - Remaining Cycle Life Estimation and Physics-Based Ageing Analysis on Secondary Use of Li-ion Battery MegaPacks 902: Qiang Dai - End of Life Considerations for Stationary Energy Storage Systems 903: Tu Nguyen - Reducing Market Congestion Costs using Energy Storage as Virtual Transmission 904: Di Wu - Advanced Optimization and Control for Energy Storage 905: Dexin Wang - Energy Storage Evaluation Tool (ESET) 906: Ujjwoll Tamrakar - Model Predictive Control (MPC) of Energy Storage Systems for Voltage Regulation in Distribution Networks EvaluationEvaluate the DOE/OE Energy Storage Program by answering the questions below. Each question should receive one score from the Scoring Scale. Half points are acceptable. 9-10 Excellent 7-8 Very Good 5-6 Good 3-4 Fair 0-2 Not Adequate 1. How clearly are the objectives, methodology, and results reported? Any suggestions for presentation style or content?(Required)Numerical score for Question 1.Please enter a number from 0 to 10.2. Technically speaking, how would you evaluate the researcher’s hypothesis, testing, results, analysis, and/or overall methodology? Any suggestions?(Required)Numerical score for Question 2.(Required)Please enter a number from 0 to 10.3. How well does the researcher appear to build upon previous work in the field?(Required)Numerical score for Question 3.(Required)Please enter a number from 0 to 10.4. How innovative or risky is the work?(Required)Numerical score for Question 4.(Required)Please enter a number from 0 to 10.5. How well did the project meet DOE OE’s Energy Storage mission (below)?(Required)DOE OE’s Core Mission: OE drives electric grid modernization and resiliency in the energy infrastructure. OE leads the Department of Energy’s efforts to ensure a resilient, reliable, and flexible electricity system. OE accomplishes this mission through research, partnerships, facilitation, modeling and analytics, and emergency preparedness Numerical score for Question 5.(Required)Please enter a number from 0 to 10.11. Additional comments or suggestionsTotal Score(Required)Please enter a number less than or equal to 50.