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Workshop Proceedings 2023


The papers presented at the Workshop are published on the IET Digital Library and IEEE Explore, and were submitted for indexing in IET Inspec, Ei Compendex and Scopus.

Proceedings prior to 2023


About the Workshop

Since its first edition in 2000, the primary objective of the Wind & Solar Integration Workshop (then “International Workshop on Feasibility of HVDC Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Farms”) has been to stimulate interdisciplinary thinking between industry and academia by providing a platform for discussion and for sharing ideas and knowledge regarding the key issues in the field of large-scale grid integration of renewable energies.

From 2011 to 2021, the Wind Integration Workshop has been conducted back to back with the Solar & Storage Integration Workshop. In 2022, the two Workshops merged to the Wind & Solar Integration Workshop (including such topics as Sector Coupling, Storage and Hydrogen) to take into account the many possible synergies and to meet the wishes of the participants.

The workshop will be held together with the 7th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium in Copenhagen as part of the Renewable Energy Grid Integration Week on 25 September 2023.


Topics of the Workshop

Due to the current rapid development in this field and the numerous papers that were presented under this topic at the 2022 Wind & Solar Integration Workshop, the topic of hydrogen will play an important part again at this year’s Wind & Solar Integration Workshop. For this reason, some hydrogen topics are proposed for the Call for Papers 2023.

New Topics:

Topic IconFuel Cell Modelling/Fuel Cell Systems Modelling

Topic IconElectrolyzer Modelling

Topic IconHydrogen Systems Modelling

Topic IconRenewable Hydrogen Technologies and Applications

Topic IconDecarbonization of transport with green hydrogen

Topic IconDecarbonizing the industrial processes

Topic IconEnergy system management with hydrogen

You can find a complete list of topics on the Call for Papers page!


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