Best Papers 2018

Selected Wind Papers 2018 for “IET Special Issue”

The following papers of the 17th International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Power Plants (Stockholm, 2018) have been selected as the best papers and are now eligible for the manuscript submission process of the IET Special Issue.

  • Requirements for Control Strategies of Grid Connected Converters in the Future Power System
    H. Emanuel, K. Pierros (ENERCON, Germany), J. Brombach, R. Rosso (WRD, Germany)
  • Methods to Aggregate Turbine and Network Impedance for Wind Farm Resonance Analysis
    H. Wang (China Electric Power Research Institute, China), C. Buchhagen, M. Greve (TenneT Offshore, Germany), J. Sun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA)
  • Experience of Grid Forming Power Converter Control
    P. Brogan, T. Knueppel, D. Elliott (Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, United Kingdom), N. Goldenbaum (Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Denmark)
  • Investigation of Transient Energy Storage Sources for Support of Future Electrical Power Systems
    Y. Hu (University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom), N. Zhao (University College Dublin, Ireland), L. O. Shobayo, N. Schofield (University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom)
  • North Sea Offshore Grid Development: Combined Optimization of Grid and Generation Investments Towards 2050
    M. Koivisto, P. Sørensen, J. Gea-Bermúdez, (DTU, Denmark)
  • Grid Forming Control for Stable Power Systems with up to 100 % Inverter Based Generation: A Paradigm Scenario Using the IEEE 118-Bus System
    M. Ndreko, S. Rüberg, W. Winter (TenneT TSO, Germany)
  • Frequency Response of Energy Storage Systems in Grids with High Level of Wind Power Penetration – Gotland Case Study
    F. Daraiseh, V. Gliniewicz, E. Lidström (Vattenfall R & D, Sweden)

Selected Solar Papers 2018 for “IET Special Issue”

The following papers of the 8th International Workshop on Integration of Solar Power into Power Systems (Stockholm, 2018) have been selected as the best papers and are now eligible for the manuscript submission process of the IET Special Issue.

  • Renewables Integration Grid Study for the 2030 Japanese Power System
    R. Kuwahata, P. Merk (Elia Grid International, Germany), T. Wakeyama (Kyushu University, Japan), D. Pescia (Agora Energiewende, Germany), S. Rabe (GridLab, Gemany), S. Ichimura (Japan Renewable Energy Institute, Japan)
  • Contribution of Photovoltaic Power Systems to Frequency Control
    J. Seidel, B. Engel (TU Braunschweig , Germany)
  • Highly Accurate Method for Real-Time Active Power Reserve Estimation for Utility-Scale PV Power Plants
    V. Gevorgian (NREL, USA)
  • Design of a Hybrid-Power-System Dominated by Solar Power and Battery Storage Including Retro-fitting Options Driven by Future Load Increase
    M. Kühnel, B. Hanke (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Germany), O. Weigel, I. W. Stuermer (Lower Saxony Ministry for Environmental Affairs, Energy, Building and Climate Protection, Germany), A. McMaster (Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism of Eastern Cape, South Africa), S. Maebe (GIZ, South Africa), K. von Maydell (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Germany)

Selected E-Mobility Papers 2018 for “IET Special Issue”

  • Increased Utilization of Residential PV-Storage Systems through Locally Charged Battery Electric Vehicles
    D. Huschenhoefer, J. Mieser, J. Binder (Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg – ZSW, Germany), T. Speidel (ads-tec GmbH, Germany)
  • The Power Grid is the Backbone for E-Mobility
    S. Gonzalez Vazquez, F. Regnery (Network Technology/Network Operation Forum – VDE |FNN, Germany)

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