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102Wind Integration Symposium - Models of Wind Power Plants and their Use in System Wide Power System Analysis Studies in Europe, 16-17 June

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  • Thomas Ackermann
    May 17, 2011
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      1st International Wind Integration Symposium:

      Models of Wind Power Plants and their Use in System Wide Power System Analysis Studies in Europe,
      16 - 17 June, 2011 / Frankfurt, Germany

      Dear Sir or Madam :

      The 1st Wind Integration Symposium to be held in Frankfurt/Main, Germany from 16-17 June 2011 is organized by the same team that successfully has been organizing the annual International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Power Plants for the last 10 years.

      During the most recent Wind Integration Workshops the need for another platform emerged, a platform which would be more flexible to discuss selected topics without going into a lengthy academic paper submission and selection process. Hence, the idea for the Wind Integration Symposium was born. The Wind Integration Symposium will concentrate on specific topics and relevant industry matters within a group of experts.

      This year, the Wind Integration Symposium will focus on Simulation Models of Wind Power Plants and their Use in System Wide Power System Analysis Studies in Europe. The program committe, which consists of representatives from TSOs and wind turbine manufactures, identified the topic as very relevant for better evaluation of the impact of increasing wind penetration on power system operation. The presentations will come from TSOs and wind turbine manufactures and we hope to get a vivid discussion during the symposium.

      The four symposium sessions are:

      • Session 1: Network Operator Studies - the Need case;
        Session Chair: Helge Urdal, National Grid, UK
      • Session 2: Design and Validation of Wind Power Plant Models - Previous & Current International Initiatives;
        Session Chair: Stephan Wachtel, GE Wind, Germany
      • Session 3: Resolving the Conflict Between Realistic Validated Models & Manufacturer's Confidentiality;
        Session Chair: Eckard Quitmann, Enercon, Germany
      • Session 4: Discussion on a European Way Forward on Studies & Suitable Validated Models;
        Session Chairs: Peter Christensen (Vestas) plus TSO representative (to be named)

      The detailed programm is outlined on the symposium's website.

      Key principal ideas for the symposium:

      • Speakers are invited by the program committee, aiming at high quality presentations of persons who are deeply involved in the topics.
      • No proceedings, presentations might be published on the web.
      • No parallel session, sufficient time for discussion and networking.

      For participation fees and registration for the Wind Integration Symposium see the symposium's website.

      All participants of the Wind Integration Symposium are invited to a conference dinner on 16 June, 2011 to facilitate networking and a further exchange of experiences.

      [Fwd: Contact Details]

      Thomas Ackermann, Ph.D.
      Energynautics GmbH

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