El Taller brindará una oportunidad única a los proyectos nacionales de Investigación e Innovación (I + D) de la Región Occidental y la oportunidad de contribuir a la identificación de brechas, desafíos y prioridades de I + D a nivel de la Región Occidental y la UE.
Pueden consultar la primera versión de la agenda aquí
Algunos proyectos destacados del evento son:
- The REDACTIVA Project (Spain) aims at developing new solutions and innovative equipment that enable a higher degree of automation in the medium and low voltage distribution networks in order to improve grid operation. At the same time their efficacy and effectiveness will be improved, as well as the quality of the service that currently not being offered to the final user.
- The Accelerating Renewable Connections Project (UK), Deployment of Active Network Management that takes real-time and direct control Distributed Energy Resources managing power flow across both the distribution and Transmission system governed by clear commercial principles of access. The project allows for real-time management of constraint locations maximising the use of the existing asset base and inherent latend capacity by obtaing real-time measurements without the need for state estimation or network configuration and power flow forecasting. The project permitted an additional 155MW of generation capacity to connect to a network that was considered full based upon conventional planning techniques and network modelling.
- The IdEAS Project (Spain) will develop and demonstrate a complete solution for a HV / MV substation incorporating IEC 61850 into its Integrated Control and Protection System. The developments will cover all the lines associated with a new automation system.
- The VISOR Project (UK) is a ground-breaking collaboration project that has brought together the three mainland GB Transmission Owners and the System Operator to improve visibility of dynamic system behaviour and enhance network resilience. The Network Licensees have been supported by technology provider, GE Grid Solutions as well as research partner, the University of Manchester. Through the deployment of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) and the first ever Waveform Measurement Units (WMUs), VISOR has truly revolutionised the real-time monitoring of the GB system by combining synchronised measurements from all three GB Transmission Owners to provide GB-wide real-time visibility of system voltage and stability limits. The improved system visualisation also helps protect against catastrophic events that could result in a complete or partial blackout of the GB system.