PELS Workshop on Representations of Power Electronics for Grid Dynamic (PEGD)
5th December 2019
Imperial College London, UK
Following the success of last year in Aalborg, the Second IEEE Workshop on Representations of Power Electronics for Grid Dynamic (PEGD) Studies will be held at Imperial College London, UK, on 5 December 2019. This year we again have a very strong team of speakers discussing the challenges on the modelling, control and protection of modern grids with high penetrations of power electronics. The workshop is sponsored by the IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS).
Power electronic converters are replacing synchronous generators as major sources of grids on the pathway towards decarbonisation. This emerging change creates new flexibilities in grid control and operation, but also induces new behaviours and constraints in grid dynamics, which pose a challenge to both converter design and grid stability and protection.
This workshop will bring together power electronic and power system engineers to share the recent researches and industry experiences on modelling, control and protection of converter dominated grids. It aims at providing a platform to share different perspectives on fundamental principles and technology direction, leading to a consensus in the community. There will be a number of invited presentations given by the leading experts from both the industry and academia, and a panel discussion in the end. All pre-sentations and discussions in the workshop will be in English.
Whole Day Arrangement
Welcome and Opening
Prof Tim Green, FREng, Imperial College, UK
A Framework for Analysing Converter-Machine Hybrid Power Systems
Dr Yunjie Gu, Imperial College, UK
Advances in Modeling Bulk Power System: Inverter Based Resources and Distributed Energy Resources in an Evolving Power System
Dr Deepak Ramasubramanian, EPRI, US
GB System Operation with increasing penetration of Power Electronic converters
Mr Djaved Rostom, National Grid, UK
Amplitude/frequency modulation dynamics for future electric grid
Prof Xiaoming Yuan, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
Protection of Future Power Systems
Prof Campbell Booth, Strathclyde University, UK
Transient Stability of Inverter-Based Resources
Prof Xiongfei Wang, Aalborg University, Denmark
Can large offshore wind farms deliver black start in modern power systems?
Dr Łukasz Kocewiak, Ørsted, Denmark
Lunch & Lab Tour
Towards Grid of the Future
Dr Richard Zhang, GE Grid Solutions, UK
Capabilities of Power Electronics Interfaced Devices for Enabling the Energy Transition
Mr Jan van Putten, TenneT, Netherlands
Power Electronics role in meeting the challenge of “Net Zero” by 2050
Dr Christopher Smith, National Grid, UK
Standardization of Renewable Energy Grid Integration
Dr Yongning Chi, State Grid, China
Power Semiconductors for Grid Applications
Dr Daohui Li, Dynex Semiconductors
FPGA-based simulations for power electronics and power systems applications
Mr Yahia Bouzid, OPAL-RT, Canada
Panel Discussion: Fundamental principle and technology direction of power electronic integration in grid dynamics.
End of workshop