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Symposium Dublin : Experiencing the future power system...today





SESSION 1 : Adaptable market designs that attract technology innovations and demand side participation

Chair: Andy Ott | Special Reporter: Anant Venkateswaran

  • 012 Demonstration for estimation of nega-watt potential in Japan
  • 013 Power Off and Save - A System Operator-led Residential DSM project
  • 014 Smart Control of Heat Pumps and Thermal Storage Systems: An Approach to Support Future Distribution Grids
  • 015 The Evaluation of Customer Characteristics and the Aggregation Result in Experiences of Demand Response
  • 016 Energy Management in Smart Home Based on Active Distribution Network


SESSION 2 : Power system technical performance in light of the changing mix of resources and technologies: Focus on Frequency Stability

Chair: Marta Val Escudero | Special Reporter: Filipe Faria da Silva

  • 021 Decentralized intelligent electric water heater as resource to improve frequency response
  • 022 Providing Primary Frequency Response from Photovoltaic Power Plants
  • 023 Frequency Regulation in Transmission Grids Using Virtually Interconnected Battery Storage Systems
  • 024 Missing Inertia in Future Power Systems and Frequency Stabilizer as a Solution
  • 025 Impacts of Reduced Rotational Inertia on Frequency Stability in the European Transmission System
  • 026 Fast Frequency Response Requirements for Optimal Mitigation of Under Frequency Transients


SESSION 3 : Coordination between DSOs and TSOs to optimise networks and power system control

Chair: Michael Power | Special Reporter: Marija Zima

  • 031 Reactive Power - Voltage Nodal Controller for Integration of Windfarm Clusters Connected to the Distribution Grid
  • 032 Potential of Local Virtual Power Plants for Reactive Power Control in a HV Grid Area
  • 033 Cross-grid level interface using P-U-capability range for flexibility determination and operating point shifting
  • 034 Control and automation systems at the TSO/ DSO interface: a survey on the actual functionalities and DSO
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  • 036 Coordinated flexibility for distribution grids and balancing markets: Regulatory aspects and the configuration of the Hybrid VPP4 DS0 concept
  • 037 Participation of RES in operational reserves and market-based limitations in Spain


SESSION 4 : Transmission and Distribution overhead lines; design, materials and standards

Chair: Javier Iglesias | Special Reporter: Jennifer Havel

  • 041 Alternatives for the conversion of HVAC overhead lines to HVDC operation
  • 042 Managing big data to improve the planning of overhead electric lines: Referencing and project information database (RaPID)
  • 043 Alternative design experience in remote African areas - electrification with 330 kV overhead line
  • 044 Field trial of carbon composite core covered conductor system
  • 045 Wind and Ice Loading Assessment of Transmission Line Network in Ireland
  • 046 Lightening Performance Comparison of a Conventional and a Low Profile Compact DC Transmission Line


SESSION 5 : Challenges in transmission and distribution networks: Analysing and assessing power system dynamic stability

Chair: David Jacobson | Special Reporter: Andrew Halley

  • 051 Experiences of analysing seasonal oscillatory properties of the Nordic power system using large data sets
  • 052 A Dynamic Network Security Assessment Model for the Interconnected Power System of Continental Europe
  • 053 Investigation of Voltage Dip Induced Frequency Dips in Ireland 
  • 054 Frequency stability assessment of decreased conventional production in the continental European power system
  • 055 Assessment of transient stability of cable based transmission grids with reactive power compensation
  • 056 Power System Dynamic Model Validation


SESSION 6 : Improvements in Power System Operation brought about through innovative use of data, monitoring, automation and testing

Chair: Danny Klaar | Special Reporter: Ben Li

  • 061 Flexible operation of VSC-HVDC and Phase Shifting Transformers for next generation of Transmission System Control Centres
  • 062 Transformer Tap Optimisation exercise in Indian Power System
  • 063 Four years of successful experience and optimizations of thermal rating operation in Austria’s Transmission Grid
  • 064 Online power system state monitoring and automatic disturbance reporting using WAMS-data
  • 065 Evolution of Supervision in a variable electrical environment 


SESSION 7 : Improving reliability and security of supply for customers: Focus on microgrids and on asset protection

Chair: Mark McGranaghan | Special Reporter: Martin Braun

  • 071 Reliable and affordable power supply for industrial sites with renewable energy –Lessons learned from operating the grid connected PV-diesel-battery microgrid in Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 072 Microgrid Deployment Enablers – Guidelines, Grid Codes and Standards
  • 073 Highlights of Intelligent Controls in Off-Grid Systems – CIGRE C6.28 WG Case Studies
  • 075 Evaluation of Fault Detection by Sensor Equipped Sectionalizers in Distribution System
  • 076 Demonstration Project Utilizing Hybrid Battery Energy Storage System with High Penetration of Renewable Energy Sources in the Oki-Islands


SESSION 8 : Adaptable market designs: Innovative market regulation, design and policies

Chair: Andy Ott | Special Reporter: Kankar Bhattacharya

  • 081 Evidence of the techno-economic impact of energy policy, market and incentive design, and European Network Codes on distribution system management
  • 082 International Perspectives on Alignment between Electric Service Costs and Rate Structures
  • 083 Integration of HVDC-Links into Flow-Based Market Coupling: Standard Hybrid Market Coupling versus Advanced Hybrid Market Coupling
  • 084 Toward the policy and development of renewable power generation in Thailand
  • 086 Cross-border Transmission Capacity Management for Regional Electricity Market Development
  • 087 Regulatory frameworks for innovating transmission investments fostering market integration and green generation


SESSION 9 : Power system technical performance in light of the changing mix of resources and Technologies: Focus on Power System Harmonics

Chair: Dalton Brasil | Special Reporter: Francis Zavoda

  • 092 CIGRE JWG C4/B4.38. Network modelling for harmonic studies – status report
  • 093 Proposed Method for Evaluating Temporary Overvoltages in Transmission Systems due to Low Harmonic Order Resonance
  • 095 Use of a Sub Harmonic Protection Relay to Detect SSO Conditions Associated with Type-III Windfarms and Series Compensated Transmission Systems
  • 096 Harmonic specification for Offshore Wind Farm connections – determination, issues and recommendations
  • 098 Developments of Wind Farm Power Station (WFPS) Grid Code Compliance Testing Standards, Ireland
  • 099 Developments in Wind Farm Grid Code Compliance Testing Standards, Ireland


SESSION 10 : Integration of public concerns into development of infrastructure projects

Chair: Yuri Tsimberg | Special Reporter: Jeff Palermo

  • 101 Overhead lines and underground cables: acceptability issues and strategies, methodologies and techniques for stakeholder engagement – Two UK Case studies
  • 102 Gaining public acceptance with new design power pylons - a real life case from Denmark
  • 103 Feasibility Study on the Building Superconducting Smart Platform using Co-axial HTS Power Cables
  • 104 A New Transformational Approach to Grid Development
  • 105 Visual Impact Provision: a new approach to dealing with visual impact of existing high voltage transmission lines in protected areas


SESSION 11 : Power system technical performance in light of the changing mix of resources and technologies: Focus on Distribution System Technical Performance and Planning

Chair: Britta Buchholz | Special Reporter: Geza Joos

  • 111 Advancement in Voltage Regulation of MV Distribution Network with Large Penetration of PVs by Utilizing Smart Meter Data
  • 113 Distributed Energy Resource Streamlined Hosting Capacity Analysis: A European Perspective
  • 114 Probabilistic Load-Flow Analyses in Distribution Grids with Battery Storage Systems Providing Frequency Containment Reserve
  • 115 Assessing the acceptability of unacceptable contingencies: a methodology to quantitatively and qualitatively assess risks and identify adequate barriers
  • 116 Automated Reactive Power Planning Simulation of the Ireland and Northern Ireland Power System
  • 118 Analysis of Reduced Order Models Representing Active Distribution Grids in Power System Stability Studies


SESSION 12 : Improvements in network investment planning and operation for both TSOs and DSOs

Chair: John Wilson | Special Reporter: Colin Ray

  • 121 Steps towards the decarbonisation of the Omani electricity grid
  • 122 A new approach to Asset Investment Planning through Simulation-based Predictive Analytics
  • 123 A network expansion method considering power flow controlling devices applicable to real-scale grid structures
  • 124 Achieving Clean Energy Targets Using an HVDC Overlay Grid
  • 125 Technical challenges & tuning of on line fault locator of ±800 kV, 6000 MW NER-AGRA multi-terminal UHVDC project
  • 126 Transmission Planning Improvements in Brazil: Actions Taken to Mitigate Delays in the Transmission Lines Facilities


SESSION 13 : Coordination between DSOs and TSOs: Information exchange, operator awareness and training

Chair: Mark Miller | Special Reporter: Marathon Ntusi

  • 131 Austrian Awareness System – improving information exchange and communication between TSO and DSOs
  • 132 Interaction between Distribution Automation System & Load Dispatching Control System
  • 134 Operator Training Aspects in Systems with High DG/RES Generation Levels: Current situation and Recommendations for Improvement
  • 135 Extending the operational capacity for HVDC exports on the power system of Ireland and Northern Ireland
  • 136 Impact of Distributed Generation on Power System Restoration and Defence
  • 137 Recent challenges of operating a secure transmission system with high levels of non-synchronous generation

SESSION 14 : Power system technical performance in light of the changing mix of resources and technologies: Focus on the impact of variable generation on power system operation

Chair: Adele Sleator | Special Reporter: Graeme Ancell

  • 141 Frequent Unit Commitment of Dispatchable Thermal Generators by the Integration of Variable Renewable Energy Sources in the Future Power System
  • 143 Assessment of Energy Storage Systems for Contribution to Flexibility in Electrical Power System with High Level Intermittent Renewables Energy
  • 145 Quantitative Measures for Evaluating Grid Variability Reduction Due to Diversity, Storage or DSM
  • 146 Estimation Method of Green House Gas Reduction for EES systems Based on Use case
  • 147 Risk Assessment in Predictive Outage and Asset Management Using Big Data



  • 151 Autonomous Power System Topology Recognition with Distributed Wave Pulse Injection
  • 152 Experimental evaluation of shielding angles’ effects on lightning performance in a 400 kV double-circuit composite pylon
  • 153 Steady-state operational range evolution from a two-terminal to a multi-terminal HVDC transmission system
  • 154 Bad Data Detection and Identification for State Estimation: An Enhanced Strategy
  • 156 The impact of ancillary and system service remuneration on the role of electrical energy storage
  • 157 Hybrid Energy System including Photovoltaics and Batteries: an Analysis of Operation and Power Quality
  • 158 Estimation of bidding zones’ net positions for capacity calculation in Europe
  • 161 Influence of Uncertainties of Renewable Energy Sources on Providing Flexibilities for the Superimposed High Voltage Network
  • 162 Real-Time Simulation Platform for Evaluation of Frequency Support from Distributed Demand Response
  • 163 Utilization of symmetrical components in a communication-assisted protection scheme for radial MV feeders with variable or reduced short-circuit currents
  • 164 Design and implementation of a Selective Load Curtailment Programme for Managing Strained Transmission Grid Operation
  • 165 Understanding and modelling of load in the power system
  • 167 Establishment of Future Scenarios for the Determination of Grid Investments Involving Various Stakeholders
  • 168 The relationship between DG technical impacts and DSO revenue: An approach to foster a higher share of non-firm DG integration

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Year: 2017

Place: Dublin - Ireland

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