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124Tutorial program / Mid-Registration Deadline - Solar & Wind Integration Workshop - London, UK October 2013

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  • Thomas Ackermann
    Aug 23, 2013
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      Dear Colleagues,

      the thoroughly compiled program of the 3rd Solar Integration Workshop looking into the most urgent aspects of the integration of solar  power into the grid has got an additional feature, the TUTORIALS for the workshop. See below for more information. And we would like to remind you that another deadline is approaching for both the Solar & Wind Integration Workshops. Register now for the MID-REGISTRATION until 9 September 2013 and get a special reduced fee!

      We are looking forward to welcoming you in London

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      Tutorials for the 3rd Solar Integration Workshop | Sunday, 20 October 2013,
      Find the detailed program here: www.solarintegrationworkshop.org/tutorials

      3rd Solar
      Integration Workshop (21 - 22 October 2013), http://www.solarintegrationworkshop.org/

      The Solar Integration Workshop brings together utilities, PV/CSP system developers and project developers, power systems operators and other professionals to exchange knowledge and ideas, as well as experiences in matters relating to the integration of solar energy into power systems.

      First European PV GRID Forum - 22 October 2013 - London, UK (13:00-17:00)
      The first European PV Grid Forum is organised by EPIA, the European Photovoltaic Industry Association. More information here.

      The First European Forum aims at discussing findings and future steps for PV large-scale integration at distribution level in Europe. The Forum will present the initial results of the PV GRID project, focusing on technical and regulatory solutions for a smoother integration of high penetration levels of PV into the grid from both the system owners' and the DSOs' perspective.

      12th Wind Integration Workshop
      (22 - 24 October 2013)
      Find the detailed program here: http://www.windintegrationworkshop.org/

      The general purpose of the Wind Integration Workshop is to get researchers, economists and practicing engineers from different fields relating to wind power and transmission systems to exchange their knowledge and discuss their experience in the area of large-scale integration of wind power into power systems and transmission networks for offshore wind power plants. The emphasis of this workshop is on both theoretical discussions and practical applications. More than 250 participants from about 25 countries are expected for the workshop.

      Best regards

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