Program

Monday, 19 October 2015

 

13:00 - 17:35 HVDC Tutorial. Register now!

 

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

 

09:00 - 13:00 Registration

13:00 - 13:10 Opening: Welcome and Introduction, Thomas Ackermann, Energynautics

13:10 - 15:10 SESSION 1: KEYNOTE SESSION
Session Chair: TBA

13:10 - 14:50 Presentations (20 min. each):

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14:50 - 15:10 Discussion

 

15:10 - 15:40 Coffee Break

15:40 - 17:50 SESSION 2A: Project Experience
Session Chair: TBA

15:40 - 17:30 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • A TSO Experience with Voltage Control from Wind Power Plants
    C.-E. Langlois (Hydro-QuĂ©bec TransÉnergie, Canada) (WIW15-198)
  • Onshore Transmission Grid Development for Integration of the Wind Energy: Overview of Ongoing TenneT Projects in Schleswig-Holstein
    Y. Nguegan, B. Herbst, K. Deitermann, M. Bergmann, O. Seifert, J. Böttger (TenneT TSO, Germany) (WIW15-159)
  • Overvoltages in the German Transmission System Following Integration of Large-Scale Offshore Wind Farms and the Reduction of Associated Risks of Major Generation Loss
    P. Lilje, M. Pöller (M.P.E., Germany), J. LĂŒmmer (50Hertz Transmission, Germany) (WIW15-80)
  • Stability Monitoring of Commercial Wind Power Plants Connected to Weak Grids
    A. El-Deib (Wobben Research and Development, Germany), V. Diedrichs (University of Applied Sciences Wilhelmshaven, Germany), A.Beekmann (Wobben Research and Development, Germany), M. Fischer (ENERCON Canada, Canada) (WIW15-112)
  • Transient Stability Signatures of Inverter-based Generation in Weak Grids
    N. Miller, B. Leonardi, S. Achilles (GE Energy Consulting, USA), K. Clark (NREL, USA) (WIW15-135)
  • The Robust Design and Field Validations on Large Scale Wind Farm Automatic Voltage Control System
    Y. Ye, Y. Qiao, Z. Lu (Tsinghua University, China) (WIW15-60)

17:30 - 17:50 Discussion

15:40 - 17:50 SESSION 2B: DC Grids for Integration of Large-Scale Wind Power
Session Chair: Poul Ejnar SĂžrensen (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark)

15:40 - 17:20 Presentations (20 min. each):

  • Power System Services from VSC-HVDC Connected WPPs: an Overview
    L. Zeni, B. HesselbĂŠk (DONG Energy, Denmark), A. D. Hansen (DTU Denmark, Denmark), P. E. SĂžrensen (DTU Denmark, Denmark), P. C. KjĂŠr (Aalborg University / Vestas, Denmark) (WIW15-206)
  • Investigation of Poorly-Damped Conditions in VSC-HVDC Systems
    G. Stamatiou, M. Bongiorno (Chalmers University, Sweden) (WIW15-207)
  • Electricity Market and Power Flow Impact of Offshore Grids in the Baltic Sea Region
    N. Helistö (VTT, Finland), V. C. Tai (NTNU, Norway), S. Uski (VTT, Finland) (WIW15-208)
  • Transient Analysis of Offshore HVDC Power Transmission Systems
    W. Z. El-Khatib, J. Holboell, T. W. Rasmussen (DTU Denmark, Denmark) (WIW15-209)
  • Investigation of Dynamic Behavior of AC Grids Linked via MTDC System
    A. G. Endegnanew, K. Uhlen (NTNU, Norway) (WIW15-210)

17:20 - 17:50 Discussion

15:40 - 17:50 SESSION 2C: Grid Code Issues I
Session Chair: TBA

15:40 - 17:20 Presentations (20 min. each):

  • Power System Transformation and Grid Code Evolution – Anticipating Future Needs or Adapting Gradually to Changing Requirements
    K. Burges, M. Döring (Ecofys, Germany) (WIW15-182)
  • EU Regulation Establishing a Network Code on Requirements for Grid Connection of Generators
    R. Pfeiffer (Amprion, Germany), E. Haesen (ENTSO-E, Belgium), J. Kilter (Elering, Estonia), S. Martinez Villanueva (REE Spain, Spain), I. M. Minciuna, H. Urdal (ENTSO-E, Belgium), R. Wilson (National Grid, United Kingdom) (WIW15-162)
  • National Implementation Challenges and Support by ENTSO-E for European Connection Network Codes
    H. Urdal, E. Haesen (ENTSO-E, Belgium), J. Kilter (Elering, Estonia), S. Martinez Villanueva (REE Spain, Spain), I. M. Minciuna (ENTSO-E, Belgium), R. Pfeiffer (Amprion, Germany), R. Wilson (National Grid, United Kingdom) (WIW15-164)
  • Network Code on Requirements for Generators, Different Ways and Levels of Verification
    T. Gehlhaar (DNV GL-Energy/Renewables Certification, Germany), W. Kuijpers (DNV GL-Energy/Power Systems & Planning, Netherlands) (WIW15-36)
  • Certification as Part of the Grid Connection Process – Review of Five Years of Experience in Germany
    F. Scheben, M. Voß, J. Möller (M.O.E., Germany) (WIW15-26)

17:20 - 17:50 Discussion

 

18:00 Wind Poster Reception

 

Wednesday, 21 October 2015

 
08:30 - 10:00 SESSION 3A: Modelling and Simulation
Session Chair: TBA

08:30 - 09:42 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Comparison of Grid Calculation Methods Focussing on Large Scale Converter-Dominated Grid Systems
    C. Heising, R. Bartelt, D. Meyer (Avasition, Germany), V. Staudt (Ruhr-University, Germany) (WIW15-117)
  • A Danish Case Study: Denmark as a Multi-terminal HVDC System for Wind Power Integration and Electricity Market Enhancement
    V. Akhmatov (Energinet.dk, Denmark) (WIW15-183)
  • Wind Power Plant Control Optimisation with Embedded Application of Wind Turbines and STATCOMs
    L. Petersen (Aalborg University, Denmark), F. Kryezi (Energinet.dk, Denmark) (WIW15-158)
  • Simulation of a Large-Scale Series-Connected Wind Power Plant without Substation
    S. Nishikata, F. Tatsuta, K. Suzuki (Tokyo Denki University, Japan) (WIW15-78)

09:42 - 10:00 Discussion

08:30 - 10:00 SESSION 3B: Forecasting
Session Chair: TBA

08:30 - 09:45 Presentations (15 min. each):

  • A Combined Numerical Weather Prediction Model and Analog Ensemble Method for Short-Term Wind Power Forecasting
    S. Young, J. Zack (AWS Truepower, USA) (WIW15-140)
  • Extreme Value Models for Wind Power Forecast Errors
    P. Bacher, H. Madsen, P. Pinson (DTU Denmark, Denmark), S. B. Mortensen, H. Nielsen (Enfor, Denmark) (WIW15-97)
  • Beyond MAE – the Value of being Right at the Right Time
    B. Brailey, J. Collins, C. Collier (DNV GL, United Kingdom) (WIW15-43)
  • Certainty Gain Effect on Wind Power Forecasting in the Electricity Market
    A. Couto, L. Rodrigues, P. Costa, A. Estanqueiro (LNEG, Portugal) (WIW15-130)
  • Improving Short-Term Wind Ramp Forecasting in the Tehachapi Wind Resource Area through Targeted Measurements and Next-Generation Prediction Techniques
    J. Zack, John (AWS Truepower, USA), C. P. van Dam, S.-H. Chen, C.-Y. Chen (University of California at Davis, USA), C. MacDonald (Sonoma Technology, USA), J. Blatchford (California Independent System Operator, USA) (WIW15-180)

09:45 - 10:00 Discussion

08:30 - 10:00 SESSION 3C: Economic Aspects
Session Chair: TBA

08:30 - 09:45 Presentations (15 min. each):

  • Trends in Offshore Wind Power Plants Economics – the Past and the Future
    L. Kitzing, P. E. Morthorst (DTU Denmark, Denmark) (WIW15-56)
  • Scenario Robustness and Cost-Benefit Allocation for Multinational Transmission Investments – A North Sea Case Study
    M. Kristiansen, M. KorpÄs (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway), P. HÀrtel (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany) (WIW15-68)
  • Offshore HVDC Risk Perceptions: Are they Driving Investments Appropriately?
    A. Madariaga (Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, United Kingdom), N. MacLeod (WSP Parsons Brinkerhoff, United Kingdom) (WIW15-161)
  • Stochastic Trading Across Time Under German TSO Constraints
    S. Otterson, D. Jost, M. Siefert, M. Jansen (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany) (WIW15-103)
  • The Influence of Turbine Power Density on the Value Chain
    J. De Boer (Energy Watch, Netherlands) (WIW15-49)

09:45 - 10:00 Discussion

 

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:20 SESSION 4A: Offshore Wind Power Plants
Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 12:00 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Benefits from Reactive Power Optimization in DC-connected Wind Power Plants
    K. Schönleber (Alstom Renewable Power, Spain), M. de Prada Gil (Catalonia Institute for Energy Research - IREC, Spain), S. Ratés-Palau (Alstom Renewable Power, Spain), O. Gomis-Bellmunt (CITCEA-UPC, Polytechnical University of Catalonia, Spain) (WIW15-48)
  • Enhancements of Far Shore HVAC Grid Connections for Wind Farms Reactive Power Controller and Energizing Strategies
    T. Van Acker, D. Van Hertem (KU Leuven, Belgium), S. Hendrix, E. Lemaire (Systems Division CG Holdings Belgium, Belgium) (WIW15-125)
  • Transformer Switching – Experiences in Offshore Grids
    M. Koochack Zadeh, M. Greve, C. Rauscher, A. Menze, J. Jung (TenneT Offshore, Germany) (WIW15-165)
  • Control of DFIG-Based Off-Shore Wind Power Plants for the Connections to HVDC Diode Rectifiers
    R. Blasco-Giménez (Polytechnical University of Valencia, Spain), R. Pena (University of Concepción, Chile) (WIW15-139)
  • Inter-array Cable Routing Optimization Considering Losses
    M. Fischetti (Vattenfall, Denmark | DTU Denmark, Denmark), D. Pisinger (DTU Denmark, Denmark) (WIW15-47)

12:00 - 12:20 Discussion

10:30 - 12:20 SESSION 4B: Model Validation and Tests
Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 12:00 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Wind Power Plants Grid Compliance Tests - Hydro-QuĂ©bec Experience
    M. Asmine, C.-E. Langlois (Hydro-QuĂ©bec TransÉnergie, Canada) (WIW15-150)
  • Hydro-Quebec Distribution Type Testing for Type 4 Wind Turbines Performed on Full Scale Wind Turbine and Power System Laboratory
    A. Al-khatib, B. Rohlfing (ENERCON, Germany), D. Guérette, B. Fazio, C. Morin (Hydro-Québec, Canada), M. Fischer (ENERCON, Germany) (WIW15-121)
  • Validation and Level of Detail Requirements for Stability Models on Wind Power Plant Level
    M. Laubrock, A. Mielke (Nordex Energy, Germany) (WIW15-88)
  • Testing in Demonstrator Power Systems – a Valuable Part in the Development of Grid Integration Technology
    S. Nikolai, A. Alkhatib (ENERCON, Germany) (WIW15-108)
  • Comparison of Grid Control Strategies using a new Test Platform for Wind Plant and Wind Turbine Models
    M. Seidel, F. Schaube (Senvion, Germany), J. Fortmann (HTW Berlin, Germany) (WIW15-172)

12:00 - 12:20 Discussion

10:30 - 12:20 SESSION 4C: Discussion Session – Future European Grid Code Requirement (RfG), Ancillary Service Certification, and Associated Cost
Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 11:45 Presentations (xy min. each):

  • Ancillary Services Well Defined as GCC Features, Independently Verified to be Well Paid – Based on Future Market Design Details
    T. Gehlhaar (DNV-GL, Germany), P. Gardner (DNV-GL, UK)
  • Wind Turbine Manufacturers Observation Regarding Reactive Power Support and Control Requirements
    Sigrid Bolik (Senvion, UK), Atanas Dimov (Senvion, Germany), Niall Duncan (Senvion, UK)
  • Presentation 3: TBA
    TBA

11:45 - 12:20 Discussion

 

12:20 - 13:20 Lunch Break

13:20 - 15:10 SESSION 5A: Stability Studies
Session Chair: TBA

13:20 - 14:50 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • The Impact of Post-fault Active Power Recovery Ramp Rates of Wind Turbines on Transient Stability in Great Britain
    K. Johnstone, K. Bell, C. Booth (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) (WIW15-96)
  • Transient Stability Analysis in Japanese Power System with Wind Power Integration
    T. Tsuji, K. Watanabe, T. Oyama (Yokohama National University, Japan) (WIW15-199)
  • Modeling of Type-III Wind Turbines for Subsynchronous Resonance Analysis and Mitigation
    I. Vieto, J. Sun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA) (WIW15-156)
  • On the Potential of Subsynchronous Resonance of Voltage-Source Converters with the Grid
    I. Vieto, H. Liu, J. Sun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA) (WIW15-157)
  • Assessment of Full-Converter Wind Turbines’ Immunity against Sub-synchronous Interaction using Eigenvalue Analysis
    A. El-Deib (Wobben Research and Development, Germany | ENERCON Canada, Canada), A. Mendonca, A. Schwanka Trevisan (Wobben Research and Development, Germany), M. Fischer (ENERCON Canada, Canada) (WIW15-66)

14:50 - 15:10 Discussion

13:20 - 15:10 SESSION 5B: Flexibility Issues
Session Chair: TBA

13:20 - 14:50 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Quantification of Available Flexibility from Demand Side Resources to Manage Wind Power Variability: The Ireland Case
    M. Mousavi, D. Flynn (University College Dublin, Ireland) (WIW15-202)
  • Smart Integration of Electricity and Domestic Heat Sectors for Wind Power Integration Issues - The RealValue Horizon 2020 Project - Aims, Objectives and Initial Results
    D. Burke, D. Finn, M. O'Malley (University College Dublin, Ireland) (WIW15-187)
  • Flexibility Markets from a Game-Theoretic Perspective
    S. Becker (FIAS Frankfurt, Germany | Fraunhofer IWES, Germany) (WIW15-167)
  • Innovative Business Models Making Use of the Flexibility of the Industrial Electricity Demand for Integrating Wind Energy
    M. Papapetrou, T. Maidonis (WIP Renewable Energies, Germany), P. Frías Marín, M. Vallés Rodríguez (University Comillas, Spain), F. Nuño, T. Jezdinsky (European Copper Institute, Belgium) (WIW15-114)
  • Wind Power Impact on the Demand Response Business Case
    V. Garbev (Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria) (WIW15-72)

14:50 - 15:10 Discussion

13:20 - 15:10 SESSION 5C: Standards and Grid Code Issues
Session Chair: TBA

13:20 - 14:50 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Overview, Status and Outline of the New Standards Series - IEC 61400 -21 – Measurement and Assessment of Electrical Characteristics - Part I - Wind Turbines and Part II - Wind Power Plants
    B. Andresen (Aarhus University, Denmark), F. Santjer (DEWI, Germany), L. Christensen (Vestas Wind Systems, Denmark), Ɓ. Kocewiak (Dong Energy Power, Denmark), A. Lazkano Bilbao (University of the Basque Country, Spain), I. Skrypalle (Siemens Wind Power, Denmark) (WIW15-188)
  • Wind Plant Models in IEC 61400-27-2 and WECC -Lastest Developments in International Standards on Wind Turbine and Wind Plant Modeling
    J. Fortmann (HTW Berlin- University of Applied Sciences, Germany), N. Miller (GE Energy Management, USA), J. Bech, (Siemens Wind Power, Denmark), B. Andresen (Aarhus University, Denmark), P. Pourbeik (EPRI, USA), P. E. SĂžrensen (DTU, Denmark) (WIW15-129)
  • Improvement of Unit Models using of an FRT-Test Facility with adjustable Voltage Vector and Short Circuit Power
    R. Klosse, K. KĂŒch, J. Gerdes (WindGuard Certification, Germany) (WIW15-133)
  • Impact of Fast Frequency Response Requirements on the Integration of Wind Generation
    F. Teng, G. Strbac (Imperial College London, United Kingdom) (WIW15-149)
  • Project Experience with Grid Code Testing of Nordex Wind Power Plants in South Africa
    C. Christian, B. Hahn (Nordex Energy, Germany) (WIW15-39)

14:50 - 15:10 Discussion

 

15:10 - 15:30 Coffee Break

15:30 - 17:40 SESSION 6A: Inertia and Frequency Issues
Session Chair: Charles-Éric Langlois (Hydro-QuĂ©bec TransÉnergie, Canada)

15:30 - 17:10 Presentations (20 min. each):

  • A Novel Approach for Studying Possibilities with Synthetic Inertia from Wind Power
    D. Wall, E. Lidström, J. Persson (Vattenfall R&D, Sweden) (WIW15-101)
  • Inertial Response with Improved Variable Recovery Behaviour Provided by Type 4 Wind Turbines
    S. Engelken, A. Mendonca (WRD, Germany), M. Fischer (ENERCON Canada, Canada) (WIW15-89)
  • Harnessing Wind Curtailment for Least-Cost Primary Frequency Response in High Wind Power Systems
    P. Daly, Z. Rather, M. Power, D. Flynn (University College Dublin, Ireland), N. Cunniffe (EirGrid, Ireland) (WIW15-184)
  • Analysis and Coordination of Delivering Inertial Response by Wind Power Plants
    D. Deroost, P. Tielens (KULeuven, Belgium), K. Srivastava, G. Velotto (ABB Corporate Reseach, Sweden), D. Van Hertem (KULeuven, Belgium) (WIW15-120)
  • Communication-free Solution for HVDC Links Participation in Primary Frequency Control: Experimental Validation in a Reduced-scale Platform
    J. Rodrigues, C. Moreira (INESC TEC - INESC, Portugal) (WIW15-141)
  • Optimisation of the Concept of a Hydraulic-Pneumatic Flywheel System in a Wind Turbine Rotor
    S. Hippel, C. Jauch (Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany) (WIW15-128)

17:10 - 17:40 Discussion

15:30 - 17:40 SESSION 6B: System Balancing
Session Chair: TBA

15:30 - 17:10 Presentations (20 min. each):

  • Introducing Dynamic Risk-Based Reserves into the Stochastic Unit Commitment
    N. Menemenlis, M. Huneault, G. Ratel, A. Forcione (Hydro-Québec/IREQ, Canada) (WIW15-132)
  • Supply and Demand Balance Control of Power Systems with Wind Turbines Considering Aggregation Effect by Introducing Congestion Management
    H. Bae, T. Tsuji, T. Oyama (Yokohama National University, Japan), K. Uchida (Waseda University, Japan) (WIW15-76)
  • Supply and Demand Balance Control based on Electricity Market considering Probabilistic Wind Power Output and Probabilistic Operation Constraint
    A. Koide, T. Tsuji, T. Oyama (Yokohama National University, Japan), K. Uchida (Waseda University, Japan) (WIW15-83)
  • Increasing the RES penetration by Local Balancing Systems
    W. Mielczarski (Ɓodz University of Technology, Poland) (WIW15-70)
  • Operating P2G in a Power System with Large Amounts of PV, Wind Power and Hydro Power
    J. IkÀheimo, J. Kiviluoma, M. Azevedo (VTT, Finland) (WIW15-109)

17:10 - 17:40 Discussion

15:30 - 17:40 SESSION 6C: HVDC Grid Connection
Session Chair: TBA

15:30 - 17:20 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • New DC Grid Access Approach
    P. Menke (Siemens, Germany) (WIW15-27)
  • Development of Communication-free Control Strategies for Grid Code Compatibility of HVDC Grids with Offshore Wind Power Plants
    C. Moreira (INESC TEC - INESC, Portugal) (WIW15-93)
  • HVDC Grid Protection and Fault Trigger Setup Considerations Comprising DC Circuit Breaker Units
    S. Wenig, M. Suriyah, T. Leibfried (Karlsruhe Institute Of Technology – IEH, Germany) (WIW15-52)
  • Dynamic Reactive Power Control in Offshore HVDC Connected Wind Power Plants
    J. Sakamuri, N. A. Cutululis (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark), Z. H. Rather (University College Dublin, Ireland), J. Rimez (Elia, Belgium) (WIW15-59)
  • Large Offshore Wind Power Plants with VSC-HVDC Grid Connection: Frequency Stability Control Strategy
    L. Cai (Senvion, Germany), U. Karaagac, J. Mahseredjian (Polytechnical School of Montreal, Canada) (WIW15-74)
  • Control of HVDC-Diode Rectifier Connected Offshore Wind Power Plants During HVDC Faults
    R. Vidal-Albalate, E. Belenguer (University Jaume I de Castello, Spain), R. Blasco-Giménez (Polytechnical University of Valencia, Spain) (WIW15-142)

17:20 - 17:40 Discussion

 

19:30 - 22:30Wind Dinner

 

Thursday, 22 October 2015

 
08:30 - 10:00 SESSION 7A: Harmonics
Session Chair: TBA

08:30 - 09:45 Presentations (15 min. each):

  • Studies of Harmonics with Converter Models, Including Firmware
    A. Leike, C. Neugebauer (Siemens, Germany) (WIW15-31)
  • A Methodology for Integration of Wind Turbine Models in Studies Related to Power System Harmonic Resonances
    F. D. Freijedo, S. K. Chaudhary, J. H. M. Guerrero, R. Teodorescu, C. L. Bak (Aalborg University, Denmark) (WIW15-192)
  • Wind Turbine Harmonic Model and Its Application – Overview, Status and Outline of the new IEC Technical Report
    Ɓ. Kocewiak (DONG Energy Wind Power, Denmark) (WIW15-163)
  • Contribution of Background Harmonic Distortion at Wind Power Plant
    R. Vazquez, H. Amaris, M. Alonso (University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain), C. Alvarez (Energy to Quality - E2Q, Spain) (WIW15-95)
  • Harmonic Analysis and Active Filtering in Offshore Wind Power Plants
    S. K. Chaudhary, F. Freijedo, C. L. Bak, R. Teodorescu, J. M. Guerrero (Aalborg University, Denmark), Ɓ. Kocewiak (DONG Energy, Denmark) (WIW15-176)

09:45 - 10:00 Discussion

08:30 - 10:00 SESSION 7B: Economic and Market Issues
Session Chair: TBA

08:30 - 09:45 Presentations (15 min. each):

  • Impact of Distributed Wind Power Topology on Nodal Electricity Prices
    J. Nieto (Cranfield University, United Kingdom | NREL, USA), C. Brancucci Martinez-Anido (NREL, USA), T. Kipouros (Cranfield University, United Kingdom), A. Florita, B.-M. Hodge (NREL, USA), M. Savill (Cranfield University, United Kingdom) (WIW15-204)
  • Opportunities, Challenges and Risks for RES Integration in Energy Markets
    A. Flament, T. Chow, P. Joseph (3E, Belgium) (WIW15-100)
  • Implications from Changing the Priority Dispatch for Intermittent Energy Sources to a Market Based Approach: Application to the Spanish Case
    J. P. Chaves Avila, F. Banez-Chicharro, A. Ramos (Univsersity Comillas, Spain) (WIW15-105)
  • On the Economics of Curtailment of Wind Power Plants in the European Legislative Context
    J. Spruytte (Ghent University, Belgium), R. Van Caenegem (Eandis, Belgium), K. Casier, S. Verbrugge (Ghent University, Belgium) (WIW15-106)
  • Cost Optimal Share of Wind Power and PV as a Function of Investment Cost
    J. Kiviluoma, M. Azevedo, E. Rinne, N. Helistö (VTT, Finland) (WIW15-131)

09:45 - 10:00 Discussion

08:30 - 10:00 SESSION 7C: Grid Code Issues II
Session Chair: TBA

08:30 - 09:42 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Offshore Wind Power Grid Codes – Historic Development, Present State and Future Outlook
    T. K. Vrana, H. G. Svendsen, A. Endegnanew (SINTEF Energi, Norway) (WIW15-32)
  • General Experiences in Grid Code Required Modelling and Simulations of Wind Power Plants
    S. Uski, N. Helistö, M. Azevedo (VTT, Finland) (WIW15-134)
  • Grid Compliance of Nordex Wind Turbines during Turkey Blackout March 2015
    C. Wessels, S. De Rijcke (Nordex Energy, Germany) (WIW15-40)
  • A Dynamic Approach Aiming to Maximize the Integration of Wind Energy in Power Systems
    L. Ruiz GĂłmez, S. Guignard, N. Girard (Maia Eolis, France) (WIW15-169)

09:42 - 10:00 Discussion

 

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:20 SESSION 8A: Modelling and Simulation II
Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 12:00 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Comparison of Dynamic Characteristics of Wind-Energy Plants with Full-Bridge Converters and Doubly-Fed Induction Generators
    C. Heising, D. Meyer, R. Bartelt (Avasition, Germany), V. Staudt (Ruhr University, Germany) (WIW15-119)
  • Interconnection of Advanced Type 4 WTGs with Diode Rectifier Based HVDC Solution and Weak AC Grids
    S. Seman, R. Zurowski (Siemens, Germany), C. Taratoris (Siemens Transmission & Distribution, United Kingdom) (WIW15-181)
  • Spatial Correlation Approach for Integrating Wind Generating Resources (WGRs) into Power Grids
    S. Jung, J. Hur (Sanmyung University, Republic of South Korea), Y.-d. Choy, J.-S. Lee (Korea Electric Power Research Institute - KEPRI, Republic of South Korea) (WIW15-75)
  • Impact of a 100 % Renewables Strategy on a Distribution Grid in Rhineland-Palatinate
    L. Wagner, E. Tröster (Energynautics, Germany) (WIW15-197)
  • Dynamic Rating of Windfarm Cables
    E. Olsen, M. Hatlo, A. Andre (Nexans Norway, Norway) (WIW15-189)

12:00 - 12:20 Discussion

10:30 - 12:20 SESSION 8B: Overall Power System Aspects I
Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 12:00 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • International Comparison of Wind and Solar Curtailment Ratio
    Y. Yasuda (Kansai University, Japan), L. Bird (NREL, USA), E. M. Carlini (Terna, Italy), A. Estanqueiro (LNEG, Portugal), D. Flynn (University College Dublin, Ireland), A. Forcione (Hydro-Québec IREQ, Canada), E. Gómez-Låzaro (University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain) (WIW15-111)
  • Backup, Storage and Transmission Estimates of a Supra-European Electricity Grid with High Shares of Renewables
    A. Kies, L. von Bremen (ForWind, Germany | University of Oldenburg, Germany), K. Nag, E. Lorenz (University of Oldenburg, Germany), D. Heinemann (ForWind, Germany | University of Oldenburg, Germany) (WIW15-138)
  • Capacity Credit and Security of Supply: the Case of Renewable Energies in Denmark
    J. FernĂĄndez Chozas (Consulting Engieneer, Denmark) (WIW15-191)
  • Integrating Wind and Solar by Multisource Multiproduct Energy Systems
    K. Hemmes (TU Delft, Netherlands) (WIW15-21)
  • In-Use Environmental Impact of Grid-scale Electrical Energy Storage in Power Systems with High Penetrations of Wind Power and Curtailment
    E. McKenna, M. Thomson (Loughborough University, United Kingdom) (WIW15-168)

12:00 - 12:20 Discussion

10:30 - 12:20 SESSION 8C: Country Studies
Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 12:00 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Model Analysis on the Impact of Increasing Renewable Electricity Share in Japan
    T. Wakeyama (Japan Renewable Energy Foundation, Japan) (WIW15-102)
  • Technical Feasibility and Reserve Management for Large Scale Wind Power Integration in an African Country
    W. de Boer, J. Frunt, K. Kumpavat (DNV GL - Energy, Netherlands), A. Suziki (DNV GL - Renewables Energy, United Kingdom), T. Slot, M. Duvoort (DNV GL - Energy, Netherlands) (WIW15-99)
  • Integrating Renewables in Jiangsu Province, China
    T. Brown, S. Langanke, T. Ackermann (Energynautics, Germany)
  • Costa Rica: An Outlook on the Integration of Wind Power into a Hydro-Based Power System
    P. Schierhorn (Energynautics, Germany)
  • Wind Power Integration on Interconnected or Isolated Upstream Facilities
    S. Barbero, M. B. Barbieri, M. Beroqui, P. L. Arnera (IITREE-LAT, Argentina) (WIW15-175)

12:00 - 12:20 Discussion

 

12:20 - 13:20 Lunch

13:20 - 15:10 SESSION 9A: Modelling
Session Chair: TBA

13:20 - 14:50 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Emerging Metaheuristics for Identification of Wind Power Plant Dynamic Equivalent Model
    J. L. Rueda Torres (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) (WIW15-110)
  • A Miniature Model Demonstration of an Active Resonance Damping Function Using STATCOM in Large-Scale Wind Farms
    K. Kofuji, T. Jintsugawa, C. Nakazawa, T. Tajyuta, H. Shinohara, A. Suzuki (Fuji Electric, Japan) (WIW15-90)
  • The Real- time Modelling and Simulation of a Electrical System Integrating Wind Power System and STATCOM Device
    M. Khiat, A. Hinda (University ENPOran, Algeria) (WIW15-65)
  • Wind Power Simulation Using Correlated Innovation Matrix and Wavelet Multi-Resolution Analysis Approaches
    D. McQueen, A. Wood, A. Miller (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) (WIW15-30)
  • Applicability Analysis on Aggregated Modeling of DFIG Wind Farms in Low-Frequency Power Oscillation
    J.-Y. Ruan, Z.-X. Lu (Tsinghua University, China) (WIW15-55)

14:50 - 15:10 Discussion

13:20 - 15:10 SESSION 9B: Overall Power System Aspects II
Session Chair: TBA

13:20 - 14:50 Presentations (18 min. each):

  • Wind Power Generation Probabilistic Model for Power System Reliability Studies
    E. Nuño, N. A. Cutululis (DTU Denmark, Denmark) (WIW15-69)
  • A Novel Approach to Identify Critical Components in Power Grids Due to Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power
    Y. Yang, P. F. Hansen (DNV GL AS, Norway) (WIW15-193)
  • Combined Transmission and Reactive Power Planning Considering Wind Curtailment
    F. Ugranli (DTU Denmark, Denmark), E. Karatepe (Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey), A. Hejde Nielsen (DTU Denmark, Denmark) (WIW15-82)
  • Impact of Variable Speed Wind Power Generators on Short-Term and Long- Term Voltage Stability
    K. Amarasekara, L. Meegahapola, A. Agalgaonkar, S. Perera (University of Wollongong, Australia) (WIW15-87)
  • Investigating Variable Renewable Energy (VRE) Integration Strategies with a Novel Electricity System Simulation Model
    M. McPherson, B. Karney (University of Toronto, Canada) (WIW15-51)

14:50 - 15:10 Discussion

13:20 - 15:10 SESSION 9C: TBA
Session Chair: TBA

13:20 - 14:40 Presentations (16 min. each):

  • Case Study of Sequential Wind Power Cut-Out Occurrences in Japan
    C. Urabe, T. Saitou, K. Kataoka, K. Ogimoto (University of Tokyo, Japan) (WIW15-45)
  • Influence of the Spatial Distribution of Generation on Frequency Stability after a Generation Outage
    L. Wagner, E. Tröster (Energynautics, Germany) (WIW15-196)
  • Spatiotemporal Validation of Wind Power Output and Forecasts in the ERCOT Region
    A. Florita, J. Zhang, B. M. Hodge (NREL, USA), J. Miettinen (VTT, Finland) (WIW15-58)
  • A Hybrid Physical and Machine Learning Based Forecast of Regional Wind Power
    S. Vogt, J. Dobschinski, T. Kanefendt, S. Otterson, Y.-M. Saint-Drenan (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany) (WIW15-115)
  • Simulation of Synthetic Wind Power Production: Combination of ARMA-GARCH and Copula Model
    S. Kloibhofer, T. Esterl, F. Leimgruber, S. Übermasser (AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria) (WIW15-203)

14:40 - 15:10 Discussion

 

15:10 - 15:30 Coffe Break

15:30 - 16:30 SESSION 10: CLOSING SESSION – PODIUM DISCUSSION
Session Chair: TBA

15:30 - 16:25Podium Discussion

  • Topic: TBA
  • Participants: TBA

16:25 - 16:30 Closing Remarks, Thomas Ackermann, Energynautics

 

CONFIRMED POSTER PRESENTATIONS (as of 10 August 2015)

     

  • Comparison on Wind Turbine Condition Monitoring Methods Using SCADA Data
    N. Chen, R. R. Yu, Y. Chen (ABB Corporate Research, China) (WIW15-25)
  • 3-D Unsteady Flow Analysis around a Rotor Blade of Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine (HAWT)
    B. Noura (Khemis Miliana, Algeria), I. Dobrev (France), R. Dizende (Algeria), F. Massou (France) (WIW15-61)
  • Relay Coordination for Wind Power Plants with Special Consideration on Effects of Unintentional Islanding
    J. Mirzaei (Monenco Consulting Engineers, MAPNA Group, Iran), H. Kazemi Kargar, M. Mahmoudvand (Shahid Beheshti University, Iran) (WIW15-171)