NEIS 2017  Conference on sustainable energy supply and energy storage systems

NEIS 2017 Conference on sustainable energy supply and energy storage systems

  • 21.09.2017 00:00 Uhr - 22.09.2017 00:00 Uhr, Hamburg

Kategorie: Tagungen & Kongresse

The conference for sustainable energy supply and integration of energy storage systems is hosted by the chair of Electrical Power Systems of the Helmut Schmidt University. It will provide a forum for scientists and experts to discuss prospective and recent developments in the fields of energy supply and energy storage technologies. The promotion of renewable energies started a paradigm shift away from fossil and nuclear energy towards a sustainable and safe energy supply. This transition requires innovative approaches and the establishment of new framework conditions.

The latest developments and new approaches in the fields of renewable energies, energy storage, power grids and their protection are discussed. Special emphasis is placed on the system technical consideration, analysis and optimization of the power sector. These include future strategies for improved network integration of fluctuating energy sources and grid control concepts with decentralized power plant units. Besides the technical aspects also the economic, social and legal conditions are focused at the conference.

Renewable Energy
•Technological Developments
•Modelling and Simulations

Planning of Distribution Grids
•Grid Expansion
•Smart Grids/ -meters
•Virtual Power Plants
•New Grid Concepts
•Integration of Electromobility
•Power Rating of Households / Industry
•Reference Networks
•Island Grids, Isolated Grids & Micro-Grids
•Technological Trends of Electrical Equipment

Grid and Plant Protection
•Influence of Renewable Energy Sources
•Fault Behaviour of Power Electronic Front-Ends
•Modelling and Simulations of Grid Failures
•Lightning and Voltage Transients
•Island Grids, Isolated Grids & Micro-Grids
•New Protection Concepts
•Technological Trends

Energy Storage Systems
•Technological Developments
•Grid Expansion
•Future Storage Demand

Power Quality
•Harmonic Propagation
•Influence and Problems
•Filter Design
•Grid Impedance Measurement
•Power Theory

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