IEEE Power & Energy Society Technical Webinar Series
IEEE PES Technical Webinar Series -Contribution to Bulk System Control and Stability by DER connected at Distribution Network
June 18, 2018 • 1:00 pm EST
Presented by: Rodrigo Andrade Ramos, Associate Professor, Sao Carlos School of Engineering/University of Sao Paulo
Nikos Hatziargyriou, Professor, National Technical University of Athens
Costas Vournas, Professor, National Technical University of Athens
Thierry Van Cutsem, Research Director FNRS and Adjunct Professor ULiège, FNRS and University of Liege
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TThe penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) within the Distribution Network (DN) increases worldwide. A DN with high penetration of DERs responds dynamically to system disturbances and therefore affects the overall power system stability and dynamic behavior. The webinar presents the main impacts of high DER penetration at the distribution grid on the bulk power system operation and describes basic elements of DER control in order to ameliorate these impacts. It also presents several case studies illustrating the DER ability to support transmission’s network control and stability. It describes aggregate and equivalent DER models that can be used for steady state and dynamic analysis studies, in order to assess their impact on the overall power system dynamic behaviour, including modeling and control of microgrids. Finally, the report highlights recommended extensions of Regulations and Network Codes in order to improve cooperation of Transmission and Distribution Network operation.
Nikos D. Hatziargyriou
Nikos D. Hatziargyriou is Chairman and CEO of the Hellenic Distribution Network Operator. Since 1984 he is with the Power Division of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the National Technical University of Athens and since 1995 he is full professor in Power Systems. From February 2007 to September 2012, he was Deputy CEO of the Public Power Corporation (PPC) of Greece, responsible for Transmission and Distribution Networks. He is Fellow Member of IEEE, past Chair of the Power System Dynamic Performance Committee and past Chair of CIGRE SC C6 “Distribution Systems and Distributed Generation”. He is Editor in Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems and of more than 200 journal and 500 proceedings papers.
Costas Vournas received the Diploma of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 1975, the M.Sc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada in 1978, and the NTUA Doctor of Engineering degree in 1986. He is currently Professor in the Electrical Energy Systems Laboratory of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of NTUA. His research interests are in the area of power system dynamics, stability and control and include voltage stability and security analysis, wind generator integration in power systems, novel control applications in the distribution and transmission grid, as well as the effect of deregulation on power system operation and control. He is IEEE Fellow since 2005, Chair of Power Tech International Steering Committee and Vice-Chair of Power Dynamic Performance Committee of PES.
Thierry Van Cutsem
Thierry Van Cutsem (F' 05) received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Liege, Belgium, in 1979 and 1984, respectively. He is currently a Research Director of the Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS) and an Adjunct Professor at the Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the same university. His research interests include power system dynamics, security, monitoring, control, and simulation. He served as Secretary, Vice-Chair, and Chair of the IEEE Power System Dynamic Performance Committee.
Rodrigo A. Ramos
Rodrigo A. Ramos (SM’08) received his B.Sc. (1997), M.Sc. (1999), and D.Sc. (2012) degrees from the Engineering School of Sao Carlos (EESC), a unit of the University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Electrical Engineering Department of EESC/USP. His research interests include power system stability considering the presence of renewable and distributed generation.