RTE international will be present at the IPST conference
The 16th International Conference on Power Systems Transients (IPST) will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece, from June 12th to 15th, 2023.
This biennial event offers a platform for the exchange of scientific and technical information related to electromagnetic transients in electric power systems. Contributors are sought on all topics related to the study of transient phenomena in electric energy systems. This includes, but is not limited to, computer simulations, transient network analysis studies, and field measurements. As an open conference, it is intended to be a forum for the scientific community involved in all topics related to the study of transient phenomena in electric energy systems.
Grid forming and EMT studies – Technical Workshop co-organized by RTE international and SIEMENS Energy
In this context RTE international is delighted to co-organize a workshop on “Grid forming control and EMT Studies” in collaboration with Siemens Energy prior to the conference. During the event, our team of experts will be sharing valuable insights on the integration of renewable energies into the grid. We cordially invite you to join us and be a part of this enriching experience!
|RTEi / SIEMENS||13.00|
S M Iftekharul Huq
|Welcome and introduction|
|NEOM||13.20 – 13.40||Grain Adam||Grid Forming HVDC’s in Renewable City of NEOM|
|SPR||13.40 – 14.00||Spyros Karamistos||Grid Forming in offshore applications|
|RTE international||14.00 – 14.20||Viktor Rudan||Experience of performing grid forming tests using BESS|
|Mosaic Grid Solutions||14.20 – 14.40||Max Goertz||Benchmark of grid-forming requirements using EMT-studies – from behavior of single assets to system studies comprising many converters|
|OPAL-RT / Fraunhofer||14.40 – 15.00||Axel Seibel|
|Distributed Grid-Forming Control – Development, Testing and Validation Using HiL/PHiL|
|15.00 – 15.30||Coffee Break|
|SIEMENS||15.30 – 15.50||S M Iftekharul Huq||Interaction of different Grid Forming assets in EMT tool and necessity of reflective real control modelling|
|EMTP||15.50 – 16.10||Jean Mahseredjian||Modeling and Simulation of Grid Forming Converters in EMTP|
|ACDC Transients||16.10 – 16.30||Hani Saad||EMT studies for future offshore applications: HVDCs, Hydrogens and Wind Farms|
|Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (CITCEA-UPC)||16.30 – 16.50||Vinícius Albernaz Lacerda Freitas||Challenges and Simulation Guidelines of EMT simulation of Grid-forming converters During Short-circuit Events|
|RTE||16.50 – 17.10||Pierre Rault||Opportunity and challenges of grid forming for HVDC links between asynchronous grids|
|All||17.15||Conclusion and wrap-up|
RTE international is a consultancy and engineering company whose activities cover all areas of electricity transmission. RTE international is at the service of its clients worldwide, helping them to develop reliable and competitive power systems which rise to the challenges of the energy transition.
As a subsidiary of RTE, Europe’s largest transmission system operator, RTE international offers tailored solutions to participants in the electricity sector, relating to the development, operation, and maintenance of their networks.
Since its creation in 2006, RTE international’s experts have carried out more than 300 projects in over 50 countries across all continents, building on the know-how and skills developed through RTE’s 70 years of successful operation. RTE international employs more than 70 members of staff and more than 100 experts each year.