Flexibility

Chairperson: 

Vice-President
T&D Europe
Session Location / Room: 
Hub Theatre F
This Session is part of the following track: 
Wed 16 Nov
09:00 to 09:10
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Vice-President
T&D Europe

Session Introduction - Flexibility

Managing the complexity of highly distributed, but active elements connected to the Grid. Will they get the Grid a step further with updates and integration of renewables?

Wed 16 Nov
09:10 to 09:30
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

President
CENELEC

Decentralized generation and trends in consumption: New challenges and opportunities in transmission and distribution

  • Decentralized generation introduces new challenges for the T&D operators and consequently for the T&D manufacturers. 
  • Increasing expectations from the demand side
  • CENELEC and IEC Standardization approach combines product requirements with system approach standardization. 
Wed 16 Nov
09:30 to 09:50
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Head of Smartgrids Department
Red Electrica de España

Smart Grid 2.0: Empowering a new era in maintaining reliable supply of electricity

  • Intelligent Energy systems: The SmartGrid 2.0
  • Expanding horizons: the flexible system operation
  • Silence… “we are shooting”!!
Wed 16 Nov
09:50 to 10:10
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Speakers: 

EU/Transnational Subsidized Programs, Network Development department - Global Infrastructure and Networks
Enel Spa

The Future Contribution of DSOs to Real Time System Operation with Distributed Resources

  • Paradigm shift from passive to active networks and customers: challenges for the electricity distribution grids
  • How DSOs may contribute to face the increasing complexity of the electricity system: evolving DSO roles
  • Approaches to Active Network Management: possible solutions and ongoing projects
Wed 16 Nov
10:10 to 10:30
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Speakers: 

Head of the Virtual Power Plant Department
NEXT KRAFTWERKE

The contribution of aggregating distributed resources to system stability

  • How to manage the complexity of a large scale VPP with thousands of individual units
  • How do (renewable) distributed units offer proactive and reactive flexibility to the grid
  • How to comply with highest security requirements of grid operation
Wed 16 Nov
10:30 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Wed 16 Nov
11:00 to 11:20
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Member of the T&D Europe TF Smart Grids
T&D Europe

Requirements to be considered from a technical point of view when integrating distributed resources into system operation.

  • What is different about distributed resources?
  • Cost efficient technical approach
  • Evolutions from today’s position including financial benefits
Wed 16 Nov
11:20 to 11:40
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Speakers: 

Chairman for WG Privacy and Security and member of the Executive Committee ESMIG
ESMIG

Trust creation as key to the scalability of “smart” and “digital” ecosystems

  • Digitization (IoT) as third (and underestimated) pillar of the energy transition (after Unbundling and Decentralization) – a Challenge for regulation
  • The need to manage and to trust mio of connected assets operating in “hostile environments” – how banking and telco industry built stable institutions
  • Decoupling application and authentication in a regulated environment – every device needs an Identity than can be used for different purposes
  • Next stop: Blockchain 
Wed 16 Nov
11:40 to 12:30
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Member of the T&D Europe TF Smart Grids
T&D Europe

President
CENELEC

Head of Smartgrids Department
Red Electrica de España

Head of the Virtual Power Plant Department
NEXT KRAFTWERKE

Chairman for WG Privacy and Security and member of the Executive Committee ESMIG
ESMIG

EU/Transnational Subsidized Programs, Network Development department - Global Infrastructure and Networks
Enel Spa

Panel: Latest developments concerning the flexibility of the Grid

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Moderator: 

Director General
CEN and CENELEC
 
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