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Renewables Integration Symposium Mainz, Germany, June 2013

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  • Thomas Ackermann
    Dear Sir or Madam, We look forward to welcoming you to this year s Renewables Integration Symposium to be held in Mainz, Germany on 19-20 June 2013. The
    Message 1 of 7 , May 2 11:51 PM
      Dear Sir or Madam,

      We look forward to welcoming you to this year's Renewables Integration
      Symposium to be held in Mainz, Germany on 19-20 June 2013.

      The Renewables Integration Symposium follows on from the two previous
      Wind Integration Symposiums which were held in Frankfurt in 2012 and 2011.

      This year, the Symposium will focus on High integration issues:
      *Integration of Renewable Generation into the Distribution Network --
      Experience and Solutions from Germany and the World.*
      The symposium languages will be English and German with simultaneous

      *Session I: Operation strategies for distribution networks with high
      share of renewable*s
      In this session, German and international DSOs share their experience
      with the integration of high share of renewables into distribution
      networks and outline future developments/solutions.

      Confirmed speakers:
      - Enno Wieben (EWE, Germany),
      - Raffael La Fauci (EWZ, Switzerland)

      *Session II: Interface between distribution and transmission network:
      What is needed from both sides!*
      With increasing penetration levels of distributed renewables, operation
      of transmission and distribution networks must be coordinated much
      better in the future than they are today. In this session, TSO/DSOs
      report on their current ideas.

      Confirmed speakers:
      - Per Lund (Energinet.dk, Denmark),
      - Hans Abele (TransnetBW, Germany),
      - Simon Tweed (Eirgrid, Ireland)

      *Session III: Principle solutions to high penetration challenges*
      Distributed renewable energy sources mainly influence voltage levels in
      distribution networks. In this session, the issue of voltage control
      with distributed renewable generation is discussed from different points
      of view.

      Confirmed speakers:
      - Adam Slupinski (ABB, Germany),
      - Markus Pöller (M.P.E, Germany), Jens Fortmann (REpower, Germany),
      - Bernhard Ernst (SMA Solar Technology AG, Germany)

      **Session IV: High renewable penetration levels and Smart Grids*
      Confirmed speakers:
      - Florian Schlögl (IWES, Germany),
      - Per Lund (Energinet.dk, Denmark),
      - Simon Tweed (Eirgrid, Ireland)

      *Session V: Panel Discussion*
      Three success factors for cost effective and secure development of high
      penetration of renewables in distribution networks

      Confirmed speakers: Helge Urdal (National Grid, UK), Frans van
      Hulle (EWEA, Belgium)
      Co-authors: Riccardo Lama (ENEL, Italy), Jens Fortmann (REPower,
      Germany), Stephan Wachtel (GE, Germany), Eckard Quitmann (Enercon, Germany),

      For a detailed program please visit:

      [Fwd: Contact Details]

      *Best regards
      Thomas Ackermann, Ph.D.
      *Energynautics GmbH

      Email: _t.ackermann@..._
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      Energynautics GmbH*
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      Phone: +49 (0)6103 982800
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    • Thomas Ackermann
      Dear Colleagues, we have extened the abstract submission deadline for the following events until *18 June 2013*: ** *i) The 3rd International Workshop on
      Message 2 of 7 , May 13 2:27 PM
        Dear Colleagues,

        we have extened the abstract submission deadline for the following
        events until *18 June 2013*:

        *i) The 3rd International Workshop on Integration of Solar Power into
        Power Systems to be held in London, UK from 21 to 22 October 2013., see
        http://www.solarintegrationworkshop.org/ and * *Call for Papers Solar

        *ii) The 12th International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind
        Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for
        Offshore Wind Power Plants to be held in London from **22 - 24 October
        2013, see
        http://www.windintegrationworkshop.org/ and **Call for Papers*

        *Paper Submission:
        Note: The best 15 papers from the Wind & Solar Integration Workshop will
        be selected for a special issue of the IET Renewable Power Generation.

        *What? *To submit a paper, upload an abstract of maximum 3,000
        characters (free style) as well as a brief summary of the nature of your
        work and level of expertise.

        *When? *Submit your abstracts - also different abstracts from one author
        - *until 18 June 2013.*

        *How? *Your abstracts will only be reviewed if submitted to the
        workshop's online abstract submission system. The online submission will
        be accessible from the workshop websites.

        *Notification?* After a thorough reviewing process by the *International
        Advisory Committee*
        authors will be notified of the acceptance of their papers by**15 June

        *And then? *Final papers must be submitted by 31 August 2013 at the latest.

        Authors will need to register as participants but will pay a reduced
        workshop fee. All participants are responsible for paying their own
        travel and hotel expenses.

        *Please select a subject for your work from the list of proposed
        preferential conference topics (Wind Workshop, for Solar Workshop see

        * Project experiences related to grid connection
        * Smart Grids and Wind Power
        * Experiences with large-scale integration of wind power into power
        * Grid connection technologies - AC and DC strategies
        * Advances in on- and offshore wind energy technology and grid connection
        * IT technology for a large-scale integration of wind power
        * Wind power monitoring and prediction systems
        * Energy management systems for on- and offshore wind farms - Modeling
        of wind turbines and wind farms for system integration studies
        including methods of testing and verification of compliance with
        requirements, and technologies (on grid side and wind turbine side)
        to facilitate integration
        * Power balancing methods and solutions, e.g. balance markets, to
        manage wind power variability in power systems
        * Regulations (grid codes) and standards for the grid connection of
        wind power
        * Rules and mechanisms for integrating wind power in electricity markets

        *Looking forward to seeing you in London!*


        Energynautics GmbH
        Email: _t.ackermann@..._

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