Call for Papers

Presentation of Paper

 

To submit a paper for the Workshop of 2016, upload an abstract of maximum 3,000 characters (free style) between
11 February and 31 May 2016.  

After a thorough reviewing process by the International Advisory Committee authors will be notified of the acceptance of their papers in July/August 2016.

Final papers must then be submitted online by 15 September 2016.

As the conference language is English, all abstracts have to be written in English.

Authors will pay a reduced workshop fee.

All participants are responsible for paying their own travel and hotel expenses.

All presented papers and posters will be published in the workshop proceedings (ISBN 978-3-9816549-4-3).

 

Selection of Best Papers

 

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Each year, the best papers from the Solar & Wind Integration Workshop will be selected for a special issue of the IET Renewable Power Generation. The selected papers nevertheless have to go through the review process of the journal, which will lead to changes compared to the original version presented at the conference.

 

Selected Wind Papers 2015 for “IET Special Issue”:

  • Inertial Response with Improved Variable Recovery Behaviour Provided by Type 4 Wind Turbines
    S. Engelken, A. Mendonca (Wobben Research and Development, Germany), M. Fischer (ENERCON Canada, Canada) (WIW15-89)
  • Wind Power Plants Grid Compliance Tests - Hydro-QuĂ©bec TransÉnergie Experience
    M. Asmine, C.-E. Langlois (Hydro-Québec TransÉnergie, Canada) (WIW15-150)
  • 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, K. Dietrich, A. Ramos (University Pontificia Comillas, Spain) (WIW15-105)
  • Wind Power Plant Control Optimisation with Incorporation of Wind Turbines and STATCOMs
    L. Petersen (Aalborg University, Denmark), F. Kryezi (Energinet.dk, Denmark), F. Iov (Aalborg University, Denmark), L. Kocewiak (DONG Energy, Denmark) (WIW15-158)
  • A TSO Experience with Voltage Control from Wind Power Plants
    C.-E. Langlois (Hydro-Québec TransÉnergie, Canada) (WIW15-198)
  • Wind Turbine Manufacturers Observation Regarding Reactive Power Support and Control Requirements
    A. Dimov, S. Bolik, N. Duncan, D. Venkov (Senvion, Germany/United Kingdom) (WIW15-215)

Further Links:

IET Special Issue with selected papers of the 2014 workshops (Volume 10, Issue 1, 2016) NEW!

IET Special Issue with selected papers of the 2013 workshops (Volume 9, Issue 1, 2015)

 

Proposed Preferential Topics 2016

 

    Project Experience

  • Project experience related to wind grid connection
  • Innovative Smart Grid solutions with wind power
  • Experience with large-scale integration of wind power into power systems
  • IT technology for the integration of wind
  • Wind power monitoring and prediction systems
  • Wind integration study experience
  • Wind power plant performance for plant operation and interconnection with the grid
  • Protection aspects of wind
  • Wind in distribution grids (distributed generation)
  • Advances in on- and offshore wind energy technology and grid connection
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    Integration & Design Studies

  • Innovative Smart Grid solutions with wind
  • Wind integration study methodologies and data requirements
  • Wind system models for interconnection and planning studies
  • Design and operation of hybrid systems with wind
  • Wind power plant performance for plant operation and interconnection with the grid
  • Protection aspects of wind
  • Wind in distribution grids (distributed generation)
  • Advances in on- and offshore wind energy technology and grid connection
  • Energy management systems for on- and offshore wind power plants
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    Modelling Aspects

  • Modelling of inverters and wind power plants for system integration studies including methods of testing and verification of compliance with requirements, and technologies (on grid side and power plant side) to facilitate integration
  • Modelling wind plants output variability and assessing the impacts
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    Market Issues

  • Power balancing methods and solutions, e.g. balance markets, to manage wind power variability in power systems
  • Evaluation of rules and mechanisms for integrating of wind in electricity markets
  •  

    Forecasting

  • Wind power monitoring and prediction systems
  • Demand forecast with distributed wind
  • State-of-the-art wind resources forecasting and opportunities for improvement
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    Grid Codes

  • Interconnection standards for wind turbine and wind power parks for system planning and interconnection studies