Flexibility In Future Power Systems
Power system flexibility: the ability to manage change
Executive Summary of KTP on Public Support to Smart Grid RD&I
The 4th Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP) on Public Support to Smart Grid RD&I took place during 18-19 October 2018 in Vienna, Austria. The KTP was primarily caters to government funding agencies working daily on the design and implementation of funding programs to support Smart Grid development at national or regional levels.
ICT aspects of TSO-DSO interaction
Data exchange and ICT requirements along organizational interaction between TSO and DSO
ISGAN emphasizes the importance of strong, reliable, resilient, flexible, and affordable power grids, supported by the digitalization of the electricity system for achievement of goals on the “grid edge” (e.g., integration of EVs, RE, energy storage, and demand side management)
Flexibility Workshop of IEA EUWP
The IEA EUWP (Working Party on Energy End-Use Technologies) is organising a workshop about "Flexibility for a sustainable energy system" and ExCo Chair Karin Widegren will discuss at the Round Table about "Flexibility from the network and storage".
India SMART UTILITY Week 2019
ExCo Chair Karin Widegren as speaker at inaugural ceremony of India SMART UTILITY Week 2019 and Roundtable on Women in Energy
ISGAN as Associated Partner of ERA-Net Smart Energy Systems
Since March 2019 ISGAN is now officially Associated Partner of ERA-Net Smart Energy Systems.
ISGAN is the short name for International Smart Grid Action Network in the framework of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Program. It is the only global, government-to-government forum on Smart Grids.
India Smart Utility Week 2019 (ISUW 2019)
Webinar: How to Replicate solutions for the flexibility challenge? ReFlex Guidebook presentation
This webinar provides guidance on characteristics and specificities of replication of Flexibility Use-Cases aimed at end-user’s services, supply side services, infrastructure modifications and direct energy storage. It highlights insights from the forthcoming ReFlex Replicability-Guidebook, drawing on the learning experience form ReFlex partners’ 8 demo sites in 4 countries (AT, CH, DE and SE) and a comprehensive socio-technical replicability concept, including the levels of technical functionality, market institutions and regulation, social and political practices, social networks and micro- and macro-economy.
ISGAN Award 2018 Webinar: Coordinating Power Control_Recorded lecture downloadable
What happens in a local distribution grid when all smart homes start being active, when batteries, EV charging and heat pumps start to react to the system wholesale price?