Find below the demonstration material! Slides and videos:
Jacob Østergaard (DTU) – Welcome to the Center for Electric Power and Energy – Video
Fitim Kryezi (Energinet) – Presentation of the North Sea Wind Power Hub and the role of interconnections – Video – Slides
Lena Kitzing (DTU) – Political visions meeting market and regulatory challenges for North Sea offshore hubs – Video – Slides
Spyros Chatzivasileiadis (DTU) – multiDC:Controlling the Power Flows – Video – Slides
Georgios Misyris (DTU) – North Sea Wind Power Hub – What is the optimal topology? – Video – Slides
Andrea Tosatto (DTU) – Cost Savings from HVDC coordination – Video – Slides
Rüdiger Franke (ABB) – Live Demonstration of Kriegers Flak Master Controller – Slides
Danilo Obradovic (KTH) – Advanced control for sharing of reserves over HVDC – Video – Slides, demo video #1, demo video #2
Matas Dijokas (DTU) – RMS vs EMT: the need for new simulation tools – Video – Slides, demo video #1, demo video #2, demo video #3
Thierry van Cutsem (ULiege) – Offshore wind power hub: the low-inertia option – Video – Slides
Panel Session: The role of interconnections and international collaboration – Video – Göran Ericsson (Svenska Kraftnät), Fitim Kryezi (Energinet), Lena Kitzing (DTU), Lykke Mulvad Jeppesen (Ørsted), Peter Lundberg (ABB), Jacob Østergaard (DTU, Moderator)
The multiDC project and the Technical University of Denmark have the pleasure to invite you to the multiDC Demonstration Event on September 19, 2019 at DTU in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The event will include keynote talks, presentations about state-of-the-art research, live demonstrations and a panel discussion.
The focus is on the North Sea Wind Power Hub, the European vision for constructing artificial islands in the North Sea to tap the 180 GW of offshore wind potential, and the optimal coordination of HVDC interconnections to transmit bulk renewable power across Europe.
Main topics will be:
- What are the challenges moving towards a zero-inertia AC and HVDC grid ?
- What is the required technology and control schemes? And are current tools sufficient to design such a grid?
- How can HVDC help minimize the cost of reserves?
- How can we integrate HVDC in the electricity market?
Four live demonstrations will take place in PowerlabDK, including the live demonstration of the Kriegers Flak HVDC Master Controller, the first interconnection in the world that integrates offshore wind farms. Other demonstrations will focus on the impact of synchronous condensers on a 100% converter dominated system, advanced HVDC control for sharing reserves, and highlighting the limitations of RMS vs EMT simulation tools in a zero inertia system.
During the day discussions over lunch break and cocktail reception will facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences in integrating large shares of renewables over HVDC lines and grids.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at DTU Lyngby on Thursday, September 19, 2019! Please join us for exciting discussions on upcoming challenges and state-of-the-art solutions!