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Timetable

November 2016

Tuesday 22nd

09:00-09:30
Registration and Coffee
09:30-10:00
Welcome addresses
10:00-11:30

 

Session 1: Market Integration of Renewables

 

Martin Greiner (Aarhus):

Cost-optimal heterogeneity in a simplified, highly renewable European electricity network (12+3 mins)

 

Mario Mureddu (Jacobs University) :

Forecasting the volumes and costs of
the electricity balancing markets in the presence of a high share of renewable energy sources
(12+3 mins)


Bo Tranberg (Danske Commodities):

Challenges facing traders (12+3mins)


Jochen Bammert (TransnetBW GmbH):

Integration of Renewables - Challanges for TSOs (12+3 mins)

 

11:30-12:30

 

Breakout Group Session 1: Grids and Markets


Possible topics include:

  • Should network charges be regionalised or uniformised?
  • Is missing market liquidity a legitimate impediment to smaller bidding zones in Europe?
  • Do pan-European technology-neutral renewable auctions make sense?
12:30-13:30

Lunch in FIZ

 

13:30-15:00

 

Session 2: Understanding and Preventing Network Disturbances

 

 

Benjamin Schäfer (Göttingen):

Fluctuation Response Patterns in Electric Power Grids (12+3 mins)


Stefan Kettemann (Jacobs University):

Propagation of Disturbances in AC Electricity Grids (12+3 mins)


Martin Rohden (Jacobs University):

Cascading Failures in AC Power Grids (12+3 mins)

 

Dirk Witthaut (FZJ):

From State Estimation to Network Reconstruction (12+3 mins)


Thomas Walter (Easy Smart Grid):

Robust Cellular Systems as a Defence Against Network Disturbances (12+3mins)

 

Nis Martensen (Energynautics):

Challenges of Dynamic Stability Studies (12+3 mins)

 

15:00-16:00
Discussions over Coffee
16:00-17:30

 

Session 3: Methods and Scenarios in Power Systems Analysis



Dirk Witthaut (FZJ):

Graph theory for power system algorithms (12+3 mins)


Fabian Gotzens (FZJ):

Setting up a long-term European electricity system model incorporating climate change effects for the investigation of electricity grid scenarios (12+3 mins)


Athanasios Krontiris (ABB):

Interfacing proprietary models for dynamic simulations (12+3 mins)


Mathias Duckheim (Siemens Corporate Research):

Collaboration between distribution and transmission grid operators to provide ancillary services (12+3mins)

 

Bernd Reifenhäuser (GIP):

Packet-Based Power Transmission (12+3mins)

 

17:30-19:00
CoNDyNet Project Internal Meeting
19:00-
Dinner in FIAS Faculty Club

Wednesday 23rd

08:30-10:00

 

Session 4: Dynamic Stability in Networks

 


Paul Schulz (PIK):

Stability Measures for High-Dimensional Multi-Stable Systems (12+3 mins)


Frank Hellmann (PIK):

Stability/Dimensional Reduction of Dynamic Systems (12+3 mins)


Rudolf Sollacher (Siemens Corporate Research):

Smart grids and their control (12+3 mins)


Michael Döring (Ecofys):

How to ensure stability in the different phases of the energy transition? (12+3 mins)

 

Mark Thiele (TenneT):

Dynamic Stability  from a TSO perspective (12+3 mins)

 

10:00-10:30
Discussions over Coffee
10:30-12:00

 

Session 5: Distribution Networks and Decentral Control

 


Benjamin Schäfer (Göttingen):

Taming Instabilities in Power Grid Networks by Decentralized Control (12+3 mins)


Sabine Auer (PIK):

Decentral Control with Frequency Signals (12+3 mins)


Nicolas Sommer (Next Kraftwerke):

Virtual Power Plants: Technical and Commercial Management of Decentralized Assets (12+3 mins)


Wolfram Krause (Younicos):

From Micro-grids to Grid-scale - Energy Storage integrates Distributed Generation (12+3 mins)


Robert Brockmann (Eisspeichertechnologie):

Die Eisspeichertechnologie (12+3 mins)

 

Stefan Werner (Allensbach):

Energy self-sufficient Allensbach: Proposal for the integration of decentralized prosumer control into grid and energy markets (12+3 mins)

 

12:00-13:00
Lunch in FIZ
13:00-14:00

 

Breakout Group Session 2: Centralised versus Decentralised Energy System

 

Possible topics include:

  • The “cellular model” of decentralised control: how big should the cells be?
  • How can TSOs reduce network congestion while coordinating with decentral control units?
14:00-15:30

 

Session 6: Long-Term Planning for High Shares of Renewables



David Schlachtberger (FIAS):

The price of non-cooperation in a highly renewable Europe (12+3 mins)


Tom Brown (FIAS):

Sector coupling in a highly renewable scenario for Europe (12+3 mins)

 

Jonas Hörsch (FIAS):

Spatial scale dependence in joint optimisation of generation and transmission for highly renewable scenarios (12+3 mins)


Denis Imamovic (Siemens Transmission Technologies):

Challenges in the transmission grid expansion and required innovative solutions (12+3 mins)

 

15:30-16:00
Wrap up

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