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Reference: SYMP_BOL_2011

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Symposia
Title:

BOLOGNA: THE ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM OF THE FUTURE - INTEGRATING SUPERGRIDS AND MICROGRIDS

 

Abstracts

THIS SET INCLUDES:

  • THE TECHNICAL PROGRAMME
  • THE SYMPOSIUM PAPERS

 

1.1 POWER SYSTEMS PROTECTIONS

  • 111 Re-coordination of protection devices in microgrids
  • 112 Distance relays in conjunction with a new control algorithm of inverters for smart grid protection
  • 113 Demand response as a virtual relay for distribution system protection
  • 114 Protection coordination between a HVDC offshore wind system and AC grid
  • 115 Coordination of protection and automation of future networks

 

1.2 SMART GRID OPERATION

  • 121 Smart grid management using micro energy management system
  • 122 Optimal reconfiguration of weakly meshed distribution systems
  • 123 Microgrid concepts and models for the electrical grid of an industrial district
  • 124 Distribution automation for microgrids
  • 125 Smart grid interfaces for microgrids

 

1.3 ELECTRIC VEHICLES

  • 131 Integrating electric vehicles into the power system
  • 132 Optimal control of plug-in vehicles fleets in a smart grid including distributed generation
  • 133 Possibility of electric vehicle integration into existing distribution grids in various regions
  • 134 PHEV and BEV charge management strategies in microgrids
  • 135 Benefits of EV supplier-aggregators and distribution system operators from applying smart charging of plug-in electric vehicles
  • 136 Sensitivity evaluations of plug-in electric vehicle charging on distribution service transformer insulation aging
  • 137 Hierarchical frequency control in multi-microgrids: the participation of electric vehicles

 

1.4 ELECTRIC VEHICLES PENETRATION

  • 141 Balancing renewable energy source with vehicle to grid services from a large fleet of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles controlled in a metropolitan area distribution network
  • 142 Flexible power management in MV networks with high penetration of electric vehicles
  • 143 The impact of EV's recharging on the planning of a typical Italian urban area
  • 144 Exploiting the potential of electric vehicles to improve operating conditions in islanded grids
  • 145 Demand response of urban transport systems: a help for deploying the new smart grid paradigm

 

1.5 SMARTER DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS

  • 151 Power system component efficiency and energy delivery effectiveness designed for minimal environmental impact
  • 152 Agent-based modelling of regenerative energy sources for an efficient distribution power system design
  • 153 Agent-based functions for enabling active distribution networks
  • 154 INGRID: Structure and functions for modern distribution control centers
  • 155 Smart grid simulation centre at the Institute for Energy of the Joint Research Centre

 

1.6 SMART GRIDS ECONOMICAL ISSUES

  • 161 On the micro-grid and multi micro-grid impact assessment: costs and benefits evaluation
  • 162 Economic analysis of a microgrid in a city area consisting of multiple district heating and cooling areas
  • 163 Evaluation of integration of distributed generation and determination of its optimal location in the circuits of
  • distribution networks of electricity, from a technical standpoint and economically
  • 164 A framework for the evaluation of the cost and benefits of microgrids
  • 165 Financially optimal decisions of electricity network operators under regulatory uncertainty

 

1.7 INTEGRATION OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

  • 171 Integration of variable generation into the grid - Scheduling aspects
  • 172 Strategies and methods for the optimal integration of distributed genereration plants into the LV and MV
  • distribution network: ENEL distribuzione experience and future prospectives
  • 173 The distribution networks and the large diffusion of renewables power plants: the situation of Italian electric
  • system 
  • 174 Performance evaluation of an auxiliary distributed control scheme for overvoltage mitigation 
  • 175 Active distribution networks: definition, present status of implementation and operation practices
  • 176 Intelligent platform for supervision and control of distributed generation and customer demands in active distribution networks
  • 177 Monitoring and control of a smart distribution network in extended real-time DMS framework
  • 178 Active distribution networks: MV voltage profiles and loading limits for a large penetration of renewable GD

 

1.8 MICROGENERATION FOR RESIDENTIAL MICRO GRIDS

  • 181 An example of a commercial/residential common microgrid integrating cogeneration and electrical local users
  • 182 Power quality analysis of a pilot microgrid supplied by a CHP system in Greece
  • 183 Study on the contribution to electric demand-supply control by district heating cooling system with electric heat pumps
  • 184 Multi-site management and control of dispersed microcogeneration units based on fuel cells
  • 185 The microgrid concept and challenges in small isolated regions of Russia
  • 186 Modelling method to assess the impact of future residential loads

 

1.9 ACTIVE DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS

  • 191 Integrating distributed generation in MV distribution systems; description of challenges for network planning
  • 192 Smart grids: drivers, main constituents and perspectives 
  • 193 Pseudo sequential Monte Carlo to plan the integration of RES in active distribution networks
  • 194 System and network ancillary services by virtual power plants
  • 195 ProActivNet
  • 196 Voltage regulation issues for smart grid
  • 197 Advanced voltage regulation system for MV networks with DG: prospective technical and economic performances

 

1.10 SECURITY AND RESTORATION

  • 1101 Balancing protection dependability and security in large transmission grids
  • 1102 Advanced operation of the high voltage system highlights from the Italian plan for system security
  • 1103 Improving restoration plans through dynamic simulations and real tests: effects of control systems interaction and load modeling/forecasting
  • 1104 GA-assisted corrective measures for emergency bulk power system operation
  • 1105 Demonstration of communication application for major disturbances in the supply of electric power
  • 1106 Early detection and mitigation of the risk of blackout in transmission grid operation
  • 1107 The protection systems for rapid isolation and reconstruction of power network

 

2.1 OFFSHORE WIND FARMS

  • 211 Multi level optimization for offshore grid planning 
  • 212 Offshore grids: the Irish opportunity 
  • 213 A technology challenge: the case of Ireland 
  • 214 Inertial control in off-shore wind farms connected to AC networks through multi-terminal HVDC grids with VSC
  • 215 Consequences of off-shore wind farms on voltage stability at the transmission network level
  • 216 Transient stability studies of offshore wind farms connected as a supergrid with VSC-HVDC

 

2.2 HVDC

  • 221 Brazilian experience on long distance transmission systems and future trends/challenges
  • 222 HVDC Interconnections for large power systems, the path to the more robust and efficient transmission network
  • 223 HVAC weak links replacement with HVDC links: a stability point of view
  • 224 Effect of power injections from multiterminal HVDC systems on the operational risk of the AC grid
  • 225 Recent trend and new technologies for HVDC systems in Japan
  • 226 An overview introduction of VSC-HVDC: state-of-art and potential applications in electric power systems
  • 227Testing a 900V hardware model of a high voltage DC transmission substation

 

2.3 STABILITY AND CONTROL

  • 231 Volt/Var control for active distribution networks 
  • 232 Stability enhancement and blackout prevention by VSC based HVDC
  • 233 Effectiveness of a supplementary MLQG power oscillation damping controller installed at an HVDC line within a meshed network
  • 234 Voltage stability, loss reduction and dynamic stability studies of an integrated system
  • 235 Smart algorithms to accommodate distributed generation in the grid
  • 236 Optimisation strategy applied to DG reactive power for decentralised voltage control in smart grids

 

2.4 OVERHEAD LINES AND CABLES

  • 241 HV submarine cables for renewable offshore energy
  • 242 Past experience and future trends with compact lines to solve the right-of-way issue
  • 243 Discussion of converting a double-circuit AC overhead line to an AC/DC hybrid line with regard to audible noise 
  • 244 Fault current limiting power cables for mitigation of fault levels in tightly interconnected systems

 

2.5 RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES INTEGRATION

  • 251 The impact of significant wind penetration and HVDC upgrades on the stability of future grids: a case study on the Australian power system
  • 252 Study on the wind power integration in the italian HV system by probabilistic power flow 
  • 253 A stochastic OPF approach for identification of the weak network points in systems with high wind power penetration
  • 254 Co-ordinated usage of dynamic line rating and operational tripping schemes in the connect and manage regime
  • 255 Bella Coola microgrid generation optimization with a hydroelectric unit operating in isochronous mode
  • 256 Innovative automation functions at a substation level to increase RES penetration
  • 257 Toward smart grid: active management of MV network

 

2.6 POWER ELECTRONICS

  • 261 Interconnecting North America: the Tres Amigas superstation
  • 262 Modeling and operation of an integrated AC-MTDC system
  • 263 From concept to reality: the development of a multi-level VSC HVDC converter
  • 264 Proactive hybrid HVDC breakers - a key innovation for reliable HVDC grids
  • 265 p-q theory-based active compensation for offshore wind connections using VSC-HVDC
  • 266 Novel control strategies for modular multilevel converters (MMC) - An evaluation and comparison of control and modulation schemes

 

2.7 SUPERGRIDS

  • 271 Future challenges for european TSOs: a pan-European supergrid
  • 272 Evolutions and challenges towards a potential pan-european HVAC/HVDC supergrid
  • 273 MEDGRID - The development of an interconnection grid between Europe, Middle East and North Africa
  • 274 Technical challenges for a strategic development of the Italian transmission network towards the Mediterranean Basin
  • 275 The added-value of a regional coordination service center regarding the operational use of new UHV elements
  • 276 Inter-area oscillations in the CE/Turkey and IPS/UPS power systems
  • 277 Displaying operational information to yield situation awareness in case of system splits of large interconnected grids

 

2.8 MULTI-TERMINAL DC AND DC GRIDS AND FACTS

  • 281 Large area small-signal stability enhancement of AC networks based on multi-infeed HVDC configuration in multiple areas
  • 282 Protection requirements for a multi-terminal meshed DC grid
  • 283 Understanding the operation of HVDC grids
  • 284 A study on some of the important aspects related to feasibility of HVDC grid
  • 285 Functional strategy for allocating FACTS controllers

 

2.9 ULTRA HIGH-VOLTAGE

  • 291 Availability of different transmission systems for long distance transmission
  • 292 Experimental study on corona environment effects of 1000-kV ac UHV transmission lines
  • 293 Design study for 1000 kV UVH-AC - Composite insulating string
  • 294 Lightning strike characteristics of +/- 800-kV DC UHV transmission lines
  • 295 Considerations for the standardization of high-speed earthing switches for secondary arc extinction on transmission lines
  • 296 Considerations and recommendations for the specification of UHV substation equipment
  • 297 The impact of large renewable deployment on electricity high voltage systems

 

2.10 EQUIPMENTS, COMPONENTS AND SUBSYSTEMS

  • 2101 A cooperative smart sensor network for dynamic loading of overhead lines
  • 2102 DC supergrid implementation using compact very high capacity superconductors for bulk power transport
  • 2103 Experience with a dynamic rating system to increase the ampacity of 380-kV overhead lines
  • 2104 A smart substation as first step towards smarter distribution networks
  • 2105 Influence of arc chamber paremeters on passive resonance circuit of HVDC circuit breakers
  • 2106The automation of the future networks: from the substation automation to the grid automation

 

3.1 STORAGE

  • 311 Research on optimal configuration for combined storage in microgrid
  • 312 The optimal allocation of energy storage for load balancing in distribution system
  • 313 Energy Storage a key smart grid element 
  • 314 Electric energy storage systems: review and modelling
  • 315 Siting and Sizing of energy storage systems to maximize DG integration in MV distribution networks
  • 316 Parametric analysis of ESS sizing in wind-diesel microgrids

 

3.2 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND EFFICIENCY

  • 321 Strategic environmental assessment for power developments
  • 322 Quantification of the environmental benefits provided by the application of state-of-the-art technologies to T&D grids
  • 323 On the necessary information exchange and coordination in distribution smart grids - experience from the MeRegio pilot
  • 324 Assessing the impact of distributed generation on energy losses using reference network models
  • 325 System management and technical issues in a mediumrange - Transportation system micro grid

 

3.3 MODELING AND NEW TOOLS

  • 331 Software platform for technical and economic evaluation of large RES penetrations
  • 332 Average-value models for the simulation of VSC-HVDC transmission systems
  • 333 Initial results of international survey on industrial practice on power system load modelling conducted by CIGRE WG C4.605
  • 334 A short-term load forecasting tool for energy management in smart grids

 

3.4 RELIABILITY

  • 341 Risk analysis: towards a smarter grid operation 
  • 342 An analytical formulation to assess distribution system reliability in presence of conventional and renewable
  • distributed generators
  • 343 Fault diagnosis based on wavelet technique for wind energy conversion system equipped with DFIG
  • 344 Evolution of the fault locator (fault passage indicator) on MV distribution networks: from simple stand alone device, to a sophisticated strategic component of the smart grid control system
  • 345 Future roles of Milli-, micro-, and nano- grids

 

3.5 ICT AND SMART METERING

  • 351 An analysis of communications and networking technologies for the smart grid
  • 352 Smart metering technology trials using PLC and RF mesh communications in the Republic of Ireland
  • 353 Smart metering - opportunity or threat to the power industry? 
  • 354 Addressing advanced metering infrastructure implementation in Iran: status of pilot projects
  • 355 Smart meter standardisation as a market enabler and flexible information demands
  • 356 Data volume estimation for CIM based information exchange 
  • 357 New applications of the common information model 

 

3.6 PHOTOVOLTAICS

  • 361 A Bayesian-based approach for photovoltaic power forecast in smart grids
  • 362 Performance evaluation of photovoltaic-ultracapacitor based power generator under varying solar irradiance
  • 363 Improving capacity utilization - low voltage grids with high photovoltaic penetration 
  • 364 PV production forecast for an effective VPP exploitation
  • 365 Facilitating higher penetration of photovoltaics on distribution networks with advanced inverter controls
  • 366 Development of test facilities for next generation grid 

 

3.7 VULNERABILITY AND POWER QUALITY

  • 371 Distributed filtering of high harmonics in smart grid
  • 372 The threat of intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI) to the control of supergrids
  • 373 On the evaluation of voltage dip performance of micro-grids 
  • 374 Non-linear power flow analysis and compensation for microgrids using p-q theory
  • 375 A methodology for assessing the impact of distributed wind power on voltage flicker
  • 376 Preliminary analysis of MV over-head lines models for high frequency harmonic penetration studies in the new scenario of smart grids
  • 377 Experimental evaluation of cyber risks for electric power utilities - towards the operation of smarter grids

 

3.8 MARKETS AND REGULATION ISSUES

  • 381 Locational marginal pricing based impact assessment of plugin hybrid electric vehicles on transmission networks
  • 382 Information exchange needs for the electricity internal energy market (IEM). ENTSO-E work to allow interoperability and efficient electronic data interchange in Europe
  • 383 Market Models to support integration of super grids & micro grids
  • 384 Smarter distribution network in non-deregulated market
  • 385 European energy regulators' views on regulating smarter transmission networks
  • 386 Smart grid program - challenges for its deployment in Brazil

 

3.9 VIRTUAL POWER PLANTS AND PILOT PROJECTS

  • 391Campus based smart microgrid at Britsh Columbia institute of technology in Vancouver, Canada
  • 392 The Swedish government inquiry on smart grids
  • 393 Direct load control as a distributed energy resource
  • 394 Large scaled smart-grid application project in Korea
  • 395 Demonstrating DER-based voltage control in the Danish Cell Project

 

3.10 INTEGRATING MICROGRIDS AND SUPERGRIDS

  • 3101 Cooperation of HVDC and other converters of distributed generation with AC systems in case of large disturbances
  • 3102 What makes a transmission grid smart?
  • 3103 An analysis of technical aspects of smart grid technologies integration into power system of megacity
  • 3104 How to design a domestic smart grid field test taking into account the demands of a transmission system operator
  • 3105 Vision of smartgrids implementation in Slovenia
 

Year: 2011

Place: BOLOGNA - ITALY

 
 
 
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