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SESSION 1: GRID INTEGRATION OF RE – CHALLENGES, ROADMAP AND WAY FORWARD

Welcome Address
Dr. Martin Ney (German Ambassador to India)
> Video

Welcome Address
Mark A. White (Minister Counsellor & Mission Director USAID/India)
> Video

Theme Presentation – Context Setting on International Experience
Thomas Ackermann (CEO, Energynautics, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video 1 | Video 2

Context Setting on Indian Experience
Pankaj Batra (Member, CEA, India)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion on RE Grid Integration related Challenges for India and Progress so Far
M. Saikumar (CMD, TANGEDCO, India)
> Presentation          > Video 1 | Video 2

 

SESSION 2: POLICY, MARKET AND REGULATORY INTERVENTIONS

Session Introduction
S. K. Chatterjee (Joint Chief (RA) CERC, India)
> Video

RE Grid Integration: International Perspective
Simon Müller (IEA, France)
> Presentation          > Video

India Renewable Energy Grid Integration Study
Jaquelin Cochran (NREL, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Regulatory Dimensions to Renewable Energy Integration in India: A US Perspective
Lakshmi Alagappan (Ethree, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 3: TECHNICAL PERSPECTIVE IN SYSTEM OPERATION: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Session Introduction
S. K. Soonee (Advisor POSOCO, India)
> Video

Challenges and Solutions for System Operations with high share of RE – Chile Experience
Ernesto Huber (Chile TSO)
> Presentation          > Video

Challenges and Solutions for System Operations with high share of RE – ERCOT (Texas)
Sandip Sharma (ERCOT, US-TSO, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Challenges and Solutions for Transmission System Operations with high share of RE – German Experience
Johannes Henkel (50 Hertz, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Integrating the Distributed RE Generation: A Case for Rooftop Solar Integration in German Distribution System
Clemens Hoffmann (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 4: PANEL DISCUSSION / DAY’S ROUNDUP

SESSION 5A: STORAGE

Session Introduction
Detlev Heinemann (University of Oldenburg, Germany)
> Video

Large Scale Battery Storage for Grid Stability / Backup
V.S. Sharma, A. Kumar V (Steag Energy Services, India) (Submission-ID 16)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Battery Energy Storage System Addressing the Power Quality Issue in Grid Connected Wind Energy Conversion System
P. Sivaraman (TECh Engineering Services, India), C. Sharmeela (Anna University Chennai, India) (Submission-ID 68)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Peak Power Shaving Using Vanadium Redox Flow Battery for Large-Scale Grid Connected Solar PV Power System
A. Bhattacharjee, T. Sarkar, H. Saha (Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, India) (Submission-ID 32)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Valuation of Utility-Scale Energy Storage in Production Cost Models
D. Palchak (NREL, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 5B: LONG TERM ENERGY SCENARIO PLANNING

Session Introduction
Thomas Ackermann (Energynautics, Germany)
> Video

Is Long-Term Planning Socialism?
C. Hoffmann (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Purpose, Aim and Status of European Ten Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) in Providing a Foundation Stone for Market Developments which Facilitate High Penetration of Renewables
H. Urdal (ENTSO-E, Belgium)
> Presentation          > Video

Net Load Ramping Requirements of Southern Region by 2022
A Janardhan, KBV Ramkumar, V. Suresh, G. Anbunesan (POSOCO, India) (Submission-ID 108)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Long-Term Renewable Energy Integration Planning in India: Challenges and Opportunities
P. Das, J. Mathur, R. Bhakar (Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur, India), A. Kanudia (KanORS-EMR, NSEZ, India) (Submission-ID 180)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 5C: POWER SYSTEM ASPECTS WITH VRE

Session Introduction
D. Manjure (MISO, USA)
> Video

Impact of Renewable Energy Sources on Indian Electricity Grid
J. Bandyopadhyay, P. Gupta, P. E. Kamla, J. Kapoor (Central Electricity Authority, India) (Submission-ID 19)
Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Future Challenges in Indian Power Sector Including the Remedial Actions
A. Anand, A. Toppo, J. Bandyopadhyay (Central Electricity Authority, India) (Submission-ID 43)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Modelling Transitions to Robust High-VRE Systems
C. Silvester, C. Bates, A. Chohan (Uniper, United Kingdom) (Submission-ID 22)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Future Defence Plan Requirements with High Penetration of Renewable Generations
K. Das, M. Altin, A. D. Hansen, P. Sørensen (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark) (Submission-ID 87)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

HVDC Solutions for Integration of the Renewable Energy Resources
M. Haeusler (Siemens, Germany), S. Biswas (Siemens, India) (Submission-ID 81)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

An Overlay of MTDC Grid to Relief Congestion of Power System
L. Dewangan, H. Bahirat (IIT Bombay, India) (Submission-ID 162)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 6A: POWER SYSTEM BALANCING & IMBALANCE HANDLING

Session Introduction
S. K. Soonee (POSOCO, India)
> Video

Initiatives taken for Facilitating Large Scale Integration of Renewable Energy in India
S. K. Soonee, K.V.S Baba, S. R. Narasimhan, S. S. Barpanda, S. C. Saxena, M. Joshi, KVN Pawan Kumar (POSOCO, India) (Submission-ID195)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

International Experience on Grid Integration of Large Amounts of Wind and Solar
H. Holttinen (VTT, Finland; IEA WIND Task 25 Operating Agent)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Danish Experience – How to reach > 40% Wind Energy Share
A. Orths (Energinet.dk, Denmark)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Power System Balancing Issues in India – Power Balancing Methods and Solutions
B. B. Mehta, A. P. Shah, S. P. Nayak (State Load Despatch Centre, GETCO, India) (Submission-ID 119)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Imbalance Handling in Germany
B. Ernst (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 6B: FORECASTING METHODS AND APPLICATIONS

Session Introduction
Detlev Heinemann (University of Oldenburg, Germany)
> Video

IEA PVPS Task 16: Solar Resource for High Penetration and Large Scale Applications
Jan Remund (IEA Coordinator Solar)
> Presentation          > Video

Operational Wind & Solar Power Forecasting – The Perfect Wind Power Prediction
Hans-Peter Waldl (Overspeed, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Recent Initiative of Solar and Wind Forecasting Using a High Resolution Cloud Resolving Model
P. Mukhopadhyay, M. Deshpande, R. Kanase, M. Mukherjee, G. Mohan, M. Ganai (Indian Institute of Tropical
Meteorology, India) (Submission-ID 63)
> Paper          > Video

Potential Applications of Short-Term Solar, Wind Generation Forecasts and Dynamic Line Rating in Indian Power System
A. Roy (National Institute of Wind Energy, India), I. Mitra (GIZ, India) (Submission-ID 134)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Importance of Numerical Weather Prediction in Variable Renewable Energy Forecast
A. Basu (Integrated Research and Action for Development, India), A. Halder (Thinkthrough Consulting, India) (Submission-ID 164)
> not presented at the workshop

Panel Discussion
> Video 1 | Video 2

 

SESSION 6C: GRID INTEGRATION EXPERIENCE AND TOOLS

Session Introduction 1
R.N. Nayak (ex PGCIL, India)
> Video

Session Introduction 2
M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany)
> Video

International Experience of Grid Challenges Associated with High Penetrations of Renewable Generation
A. Gooding, R. Taljaard, H. Bennett (Smarter Grid Solutions, United Kingdom), U. Rajarathnam (Enzen Global Solutions, India) (Submission-ID 148)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Renewable Generation Hosting Capacity Screening Tool for a Transmission Network
V. Singhvi, D. Ramasubramanian (Electric Power Research Institute [EPRI], USA) (Submission-ID 91)
Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Journey of a Renewable MegaWatt – from an Interconnection Request to Real-time Market Dispatch
D. Manjure, M. McMullen (MISO Energy, USA) (Submission-ID 90)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Role of FACTs Devices in 175 GW Large-Scale Renewable Energy Sources Integration into Indian Power Grid by 2022
P. Sivaraman (TECh Engineering Services, India), S. Selvakumar (ABB Global Industries, India) (Submission-ID 70)
> not presented at the workshop

Large Scale Implementation of Control Switching Devices in Indian Power System – A Case Study
N. S. Sodha (BIS, India) (Submission-ID 137)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Renewable Integration and Primary Control Reserve Demand in the Indian Power System
A. Kannan, W. Heckmann, D. Strauss-Mincu (Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology [IWES], Germany) (Submission-ID 26)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 7A: FLEXIBILITY AND CONTROL OF POWER GENERATION & STORAGE

Session Introduction
K. Kappenberg (Energy Research Centre of Lower Saxony, Germany)
> Video

A System-Wide Approach for the Integration of High Shares of Renewable Energy Sources with Particular Regard to Frequency Stabilisation
E. Kunle (CUTEC Institute, Germany), C. Yilmaz, R. Simons, K. Kappenberg (Energy Research Centre of Lower Saxony – EFZN, Germany) (Submission-ID 99)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Advanced Power Plant Flexibility – Technical and Market Design Priorities
S. Müller (IEA, France)
> Presentation          > Video

Flexible Operation – NTPC’s Approach
A. Sinha (AGM, NTPC)
> Presentation          > Video

Flexibility and Control of Power Generation in Coal Plants: Solutions from the Dispatch Floor
K. Parks (Xcel Energy, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Smart Distribution Network Control with Coordinated Storage Infeed
S. Hempel, C. Schweinsberg, J.-D. Schmidt, E. Tröster, T. Ackermann (Energynautics, Germany)
> Paper       > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 7B: FORECASTING METHODS AND APPLICATIONS II

Session Introduction
H. P. Waldl (Overspeed, Germany)
> Video

Introductory Keynote: ISRO’s activities related to Renewable Energy Resource Assessment and Forecasting
R. Kumar (ISRO, India)
> Presentation          > Video

Short-Term Forecasting of Wind Power Plant Generation for System Stability and Provision of Ancillary Services
H. Mackenzie (HARD software, Australia), J. Dyson (Greenview Strategic Consulting, Australia) (Submission-ID 53)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Multi Resolution Analysis based Adaptive Wavelet Neural Network Approach for Day-ahead Wind Speed Forecasting
S. Madasthu, V. Chintham (National Institute of Technology Warangal, India) (Submission-ID 114)
> Presentation          > Video

ANN-Based Techniques for Prediction of Wind Speed of 67 Sites of India
P. Arora, B.K. Panigrahi, H. Malik (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India) (Submission-ID 207)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 7C: REGULATORY ISSUES

Session Introduction
R.V. Shahi (Former Secretary, MoP, India)
> Video

Regulatory Challenges of Large-Scale Integration of Renewables – Governance of Flexibility Markets
G. Brunekreeft (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany) (Submission-ID 49)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Impact of Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Mechanism in India
S. K. Soonee, K.V.S. Baba,U. K. Verma, M. Garg, S. Kr. Verma, K.C. Saini (POSOCO, India) (Submission-ID 210)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Introduction of Derivative Power Market in India
S. P. Bhagat (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, India)  (Submission-ID 187)
> not presented at the workshop

California’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) & RESOLVE
L. Alagappan (Ethree, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

IEC SC 8A: Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Generation – Perspective, Activities and Plans
B. Ernst (IEC SC 8A), Y. Chi (IEC SC 8A)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 8A: VRE IN DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS

Session Introduction
R. Mackensen (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany)
> Video

Introductory Keynote: Distribution Reforms
G. Prasad (Central Electricity Authority, India)
> not presented at the workshop

Variable Renewable Energy Sources in Distribution Networks
M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Roof Top PV in Indian Distribution Networks – A Grid Integration Study for select regions of New Delhi and Bhopal
T. Ackermann, E. Tröster, P.-P. Schierhorn, J.-D. Schmidt, B. Narasimhan (Energynautics, Germany), J. Gaebler, H. Bhatnagar, S. Goel, F. Huebner (GIZ, India)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Enhancing the Voltage Profile in Distribution System with 40 GW of Solar PV Rooftop in Indian Grid by 2022: A Review
Er. P. Sivaraman (TECh Engineering Services, India), C. Sharmeela (Anna University Chennai, India), D.P. Kothari (J D College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur, India) (Submission-ID 58)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Reactive Power Coordination Strategies with Distributed Generators in Distribution Networks
H. Wang, M. Kraiczy, S. Wende – von Berg, E. Kämpf, B. Ernst (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany), S. Schmidt, F. Wirtz (Bayernwerk Netz, Germany), M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany) (Submission-ID 130)
> Paper          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 8B: SHORT TERM ECONOMIC MODELLING

Session Introduction
K. Parikh (IRADe, India)
> Video

Cost and Value of Wind and Solar in India’s Electric System in 2030
R. Deshmukh (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA), D. Callaway (University of California at Berkeley, USA), N. Abhyankar, A. Phadke (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA) (Submission-ID 174)
>Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Operation of India’s Power System with High Penetrations of Renewable Energy
D. Palchak (NREL, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Economic Valuation of Storage in a Power System: A Case of Pumped Storage with Solar PV
A. Singh, K. Singh, P. Mathuria (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India) (Submission-ID 168)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Effects of High Penetration of Solar Rooftop PV on Short-Term Electricity Pricing Forecasting by Using ANN-ABC Hybrid Model; Case Study of South Australia
P. Chaweewat, J. G. Singh (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand) (Submission-ID 61)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 8C: MARKET MECHANISMS & ANCILLARY SERVICES MARKET ORGANISATION

Session Introduction
S. K. Chatterjee (CERC, India) & L. Alagappan (Ethree, USA)
> Video

Introduction: Indian Status
S. Deorah (CERC, India)
> Presentation          > Video

Centralized Energy & Operating Reserves Markets: A MISO Perspective
D. Manjure (MISO, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Ancillary Services Market Mechanism
B. Ernst (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Ancillary Services Facilitating Large Scale Integration of Renewable Energy in India
K.V. S. Baba, U. K. Verma, S. S. Barpanda, S. C. Saxena, G. Chakraborty, A. Kumar, KVN Pawan Kumar (POSOCO, India) (Submission-ID 208)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 9A: OPEN SOURCE EVALUATION TOOLS AND DEVELOPMENTS

Session Introduction
N. Miller (GE Energy, USA)
> Video

Python for Power System Analysis (PyPSA): Free Software for Planning Energy Systems with High Shares of Renewables
T. Brown, J. Hörsch, D. Schlachtberger (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany)
> Paper          > Presenation          > Video

Open Source Data and Models for a Sustainable Power Grid Modelling and Analysis
W. Medjroubi, T. Vogt (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Germany) (Submission-ID 152)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

pandapower – an Open Source Framework for Automated Evaluations of Future Power Systems
L. Thurner (University of Kassel, Germany), A. Scheidler, M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany) (Submission-ID 84)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Achieving both Economic and Environmental Objectives for a Solar Farm with Co-located Battery
S. Sun, M. Kiaee, A. Cruden (University of Southampton, United Kingdom) (Submission-ID 28)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 9B: DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT

Session Introduction
P. Sinha (Tata Power Delhi Distribution Company, India)
> Video

Demand Response – A Viable Alternative to Manage VRE
G. Chugh, R. Malhotra (ICF Consulting, India) (Submission-ID 50)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Role of Solar PV Prosumers in Enabling the Energy Transition Towards a Fully Renewables Based Power System for India
M. Ram, A. Gulagi, C. Breyer (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland), D. Keiner (OTH Regensburg, Germany) (Submission-ID 37)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Smart Integration of Large-Scale Electric Vehicle Storage into the Grid: Challenges and Opportunities
P. Jain, T. Jain (Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India) (Submission-ID 44)
>Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Peak Time Demand Management Using Distributed Solar Inverters
S. Musunuri, U. Rajarathnam, D. Patel (Enzen Global Solutions, India) (Submission-ID 75)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Demand Side Management
N. Kaul (Innovari, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 9C: ANCILLARY SERVICES WITH VRE

Session Introduction
I. Mitra (GIZ, India)
> Video

Ancillary Services with Renewable Energy Generators
R. Mackensen (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany)
> Presentation          > Video

Ancillary Services with VRE (Variable Renewable Energy): Focus PV
A. Falk (SMA, Germany)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Emerging Ancillary Service Products in Renewable Energy Integrated Power Systems
Z. Rather (IIT Bombay, India)
> Presentation          > Video

Moving Towards Efficient Markets for Wind and Solar-Based Ancillary Services
J. Cochran (NREL, USA)
> Presentation          > Video

Dynamic Reactive Power From Wind Power Plant: Voltage Control Ancillary Service Support
H. Karbouj, Z. Rather (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay [IIT], India) (Submission-ID 139)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Fast Frequency Support from Wind Power Plant
H. Agarwal, Z. Rather (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay [IIT], India) (Submission-ID 131)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 10A: GRID CODES

Session Introduction
P. Batra (CEA, India)
> Video

The Role of Grid Codes for VRE Integration into Power Systems
T. Ackermann, P.-P. Schierhorn, N. Martensen, (Energynautics, Germany)
> Paper          > Presentation

Purpose, Aim and Status of European Network Codes in Providing a Foundation Stone for Market Developments which Facilitate High Penetration of Renewables
H. Urdal (ENTSO-E, Belgium)
> Presentation          > Video

Regulatory Grid Connectivity Requirements in India
C. Byreddy, V. Vericherla (DNV GL – Energy, Germany) (Submission-ID 199)
> Presentation          > Video

Low Voltage Ride-through with High Current Injection
A. Falk, C. Puritscher (SMA Solar Technology, Germany) (Submission-ID 24)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

A Review on Low Voltage Ride Through Capability in Wind Turbines of India and Challenges in Implementation
R. A. Jerin, K. Palanisamy, S. Umashankar (VIT University, India), N. Prabaharan (Madanapalle Institute of Technology and Science Andhra Pradesh, India), A.D. Thirumoorthy (TNERC | TANGEDCO, India) (Submission-ID 193)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

An Advanced Investigation on LVRT Requirement in Wind Integrated Power Systems
A. Jotwani, Z. Rather (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay [IIT], India) (Submission-ID 125)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 10B: SMART GRID AND VIRTUAL POWER PLANTS

Session Introduction
M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany)
> Video

Microgrid Architecture in Urban Distribution System to Allow High Penetration Levels of Rooftop Solar PV
K. K. Alla, N. Nagpal, B. Kumar, C. Pathak (BSES Rajdhani Power, India) (Submission-ID 59)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Virtual Power Plants – Renewable Energy Production of the Future
R. Mackensen (Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology [IWES], Germany), S. Tripathi (ICF Consulting, India) (Submission-ID 29)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Volatility Prediction and Management by Active Network Management and Future Generation Management
D. Ablakovic, M. Reischboeck, H. Zoeller (Siemens, Germany), P. Patil (Siemens, India) (Submission-ID 129)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Simulations and Tests of a Danish Smartgrid – The Cell Controller Pilot Project
E. Tröster, N. Martensen, T. Ackermann, (Energynautics, Germany)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 10C: DYNAMIC SYSTEM MODELLING

Session Introduction
D. Palchak (NREL, USA)
> Video

Dynamic Modelling of Variable Renewable Generation for Grid Integration Studies
F. Fernandez (DIgSILENT, Germany)
> Video

Large-Scale Stability Modelling of Complex Loads with Embedded PV
Nicholas Miller (GE Energy, USA)
> Video

Impact of Wind Power Plants on Voltage Control of Power System
M. Sarkar, M. Altin, A. D. Hansen, P. Sørensen (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark) (Submission-ID 88)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Grid Stability Analysis for High Penetration Solar Photovoltaics
A. Kumar K, M. P. Selvan (NIT Trichy, India), K. Rajapandiyan (Larsen & Toubro Construction, India) (Submission-ID 98)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Application of STATCOM Systems at Wind Farms – Improving Dynamic Performance to Meet Stringent Grid Codes
M. Ghorai, N. Reddy, J. Managoli (American Superconductor Corporation [AMSC], USA) (Submission-ID 185)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video

 

SESSION 11A: GRID CODE CERTIFICATION

Session Introduction
E. Tröster (Energynautics, Germany) & M. Jain
> Video 1  | Video 2

World-wide Project Experience in Certification of Grid Connection
T. Gehlhaar, B. Hinzer (DNV GL – Energy, Germany) (Submission-ID 198)
> Presentation          > Video

Testing Procedure for the Evaluation of Grid Compliance of Power Generating Units According to the Requirements of the Indian Grid Code
Nivedh BS (UL India, India), S. Tentzerakis, J. Dirksen, F. Santjer, (UL International [UL DEWI], Germany) (Submission-ID 132)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Grid Code Compliance Testing of Renewables – New Requirements and Testing Experiences
N. Schäfer, G. Arnold, W. Heckmann (Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology [IWES] Germany) (Submission-ID 31)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Testing Renewable Power Plants on High-Voltage-Ride-Through Capability
J. Langstädtler, S. M. Ali (FGH, Germany) (Submission-ID 83)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Methodology for the Determination of the Influence of the Background Harmonic Voltage Distortion on the Measured Harmonic Currents of Wind Turbines and PV Inverters
S. Tentzerakis, F. Santjer, J. Dirksen, M. Baerschneider (UL International [UL DEWI], Germany), Nivedh BS (UL India, India) (Submission-ID 128)
> Paper         > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video (forward to 19:00 for the discussion)

 

SESSION 11B: HYBRID SYSTEMS

Session Introduction
Helge Urdal (ENTSO-E, Belgium)
> Video

Reconnection of Photovoltaic Systems in Low-Voltage Diesel-Powered Microgrids
D. Fetzer, G. Lammert, T. Paschedag, D. Lafferte, K. Fischbach, M. Nuhn, C. Jaehner (University of Kassel, Germany), H. Becker (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany), L. R. Roose (Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, USA), M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany) (Submission-ID 85)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Black Start and Island Operation of Distribution Grids with Significant Penetration of Renewable Resources
D. Lafferte, A. Klingmann, D. Fetzer, G. Lammert, C. Hachmann, T. Paschedag (University of Kassel, Germany), M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany) (Submission-ID 186)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems: A Review
S. Lakshmanan, B. K. Gnaanvel, N.Rajarajeswari (Saveetha Engineering College, India) (Submission-ID 38)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Hybrid Power Generation Using PV and Fuel Cell
A. K. Damral (SSGMCE Shegaon, India) (Submission-ID 140)
> not presented at the workshop

Vector Control of the Interlinking Converter for the Droop Controlled Power Flow in AC-DC Hybrid Microgrids
R.V.S.E. Shravan, C. Vyjayanthi (National Institute of Technology Goa, India) (Submission-ID 78)
> Paper          > Presentation          > Video

Panel Discussion
> Video (forward to 8:50 for the discussion)

 

SESSION 11C: WIND / PV SYSTEM MODELLING

Session Introduction
R. Segal (GE Energy, USA)
> Video

Introductory Keynote: PV/Wind System Modelling
Z. Hussain Rather (IIT Bombay, India)
> Presentation          > Video

Next Edition of IEC 61400-27 – Electrical Simulation Models for Wind Power Plants
P. Sørensen, Ö. Göksu (DTU – Technical University of Denmark, Denmark), J. Fortmann, F. J. Buendía (Gamesa, Spain), A. Morales (DIgSILENT Ibérica, Spain)
>Paper          > Video

Field Validation of Fast Reactive Response in Wind Plants
N. Miller (GE Energy, USA)
> Video

Transient Stability Improvement by Pre-fault and Post-fault modifications in Wind Power Plant Control
N. Patari, D. Chatterjee, T. Bhattacharya (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India) (Submission-ID 143)
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Performance Enhancement of Doubly Fed Induction Generator-Based Wind Farm for Grid Voltage Dip and Harmonics Mitigation
S. Joshi (Indus University, India), S. Talati (ERDA, India) (Submission-ID 112)
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Activities of the Joint Working Group CIGRE C4/C6.35/CIRED: Modelling and Dynamic Performance of Inverter Based Generation in Power System Transmission and Distribution Studies
G. Lammert (University of Kassel, Germany), K. Yamashita (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan), H. Renner (Graz University of Technology, Austria), S. Martínez Villanueva (Red Eléctrica de España, Spain), J. Carvalho Martins (EDP Distribuição – Energia, Portugal), P. Aristidou (University of Leeds, United Kingdom), T. Van Cutsem (University of Liège, Belgium), L. D. Pabón Ospina (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany), M. Braun (Fraunhofer IWES | University of Kassel, Germany), J. C. Boemer (Electric Power Research Institute, USA) (Submission-ID 209)
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Panel Discussion
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SESSION 12: CLOSING SESSION – PANEL DISCUSSION

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POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Stability Analysis of Island Grid with Wind Energy and Energy Storage to Support Large Scale Deployment of Renewable Energy in Indonesia
R. Oswal, P. Jain (Innovative Wind Energy, USA), E. Muljadi (National Renewable Energy Laboratory [NREL], USA), A. Soebagio (Universitas Kristen Indonesia, Indonesia) (Submission-ID 14)
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Potential and Challenges in Grid Interconnection of Offshore Wind Based Generation in Tamil Nadu and Guarat
P. Rajagopalan (DNV GL, India, India) (Submission-ID 23)
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Impact Analysis of Irradiance Dataset Selection on Photovoltaic System Energy Yield Modelling
I. R. Cole, D. Palmer, B. Goss, E. Koubli, T. R. Betts, M. Thomson, R. Gottschalg (Loughborough University, United Kingdom) (Submission-ID 30)
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Solar-Wind Complementarity with Optimal Storage and Transmission in Mitigating the Monsoon Effect in Achieving a Fully Sustainable Electricity System for India
A. Gulagi, M. Ram, C. Breyer (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland) (Submission-ID 35)
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Performance Analysis of Solar Rooftop Power Plants in Smart Cities of India under Changing Climatic Conditions
M. Chattopadhyay, R. Rajavel (AMET University, India) (Submission-ID 36)
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Performance Assessment of 5 MW Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Plant in Western Region of India
V. P. Singh, D. Kumar, B. Ravindra (Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, India) (Submission-ID 45)
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Techno-Commercial Analysis for Determining the Solar Bidding Tariff in India
A. Gaur (Feedback Infra, India), L. Aggarwal (Smart Roof Solar Solutions, India), M. Kaur (GIZ India, India), P. Srivastava (Feedback Infra, India) (Submission-ID 67)
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Coordinated, Real-Time Grid Balancing Using Distributed Solar Inverters
S. K. Musunuri, U. Rajarathnam, D. Patel (Enzen Global Solutions, India) (Submission-ID 74)
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Renewable Energy Based on Deregulated Electricity Market
Md Irfan Ahmed (Career Point University Rajasthan India), S. Saurabh (Amity University Ranchi, India), L. Shrivastava, A. K. Gaur (Career Point University Rajasthan, India) (Submission-ID 76)
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The BIMSTEC Supergrid – Renewable Energy Mix and Regional Economics
A. Nazar (TERI University, India), A. Halder (Thinkthrough Consulting, India) (Submission-ID 93)
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Large Scale Integration of Renewable Sources with STATCOM for Reactive Power Compensation and Power Quality Improvement
S. Joshi (Indus University, India), S. Talati (Electrical Research and Development Association, India) (Submission-ID 94)
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Impact of Spatial Variation in Wind Generation of Karnataka
A. Gangopadhyay, J. Srinivasan (Divecha Centre for Climate Change/Indian Institute of Science, India) (Submission-ID 96)
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Understanding the Impact of Clouds and Atmospheric Aerosols on Solar Energy Generation in India and Finland
A. R. Sharma (TERI University, India), S. Devraj (The Energy and Resources Institute [TERI], India), A. Lindfors (Finnish Meteorological Institute [FMI], Finland), S. S. Garud (The Energy and Resources Institute [TERI], India), E. Asmi, H. Lihavainen (Finnish Meteorological Institute [FMI], Finland) (Submission-ID 100)
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Managing Risk of RE Curtailment in Indian Power Market
A. Singla, G. Chugh (ICF India Consulting, India) (Submission-ID 109)
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Renewable Energy Storage Technologies – A Review
S. Lakshmanan, B K. Gnanavel, , N. Raja Rajeswari, S. Shenbagaraman (Saveetha Engineering College, India) (Submission-ID 115)
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Energy Storage Systems (ESS) – is India ready?
G. Chugh, S. Tripathi (ICF Consulting India, India) (Submission-ID 126)
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Regulatory and Policy Initiatives for Solar Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) and Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Mechanism
S. Nair, R. Sharma, S. Garud (The Energy and Resources Institute [TERI], India) (Submission-ID 136)
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Performance Analysis of the Perturb-and-Observe and Incremental Conductance MPPT under Varying Weather Conditions
P.R. Satpathy, S. Jena, R. Sharma (Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, India) (Submission-ID 144)
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Stochastic Scheduling of Primary Frequency Response for Uncertain Low Carbon Power System
V. Prakash, R. Bhakar, H. Tiwari (Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur, India) (Submission-ID 146)
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Islanding Detection and Protection with Neutral Point Grounding Using Two Layer Soil Model
D. K. Saini, M. Yadav (University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, India) (Submission-ID 147)
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Soft computing Approach for Micro Grid Islanding Detection
K. Dilavar Basha, R. Madhumitha, K Jamuna (VIT University, Chennai, India) (Submission-ID 156)
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A Simple Functional Relationship of Error distribution of Day-Ahead Power Generation Forecast and the Variability of Power Generation
A. K. Das (Del2infinity Energy Consulting, India) (Submission-ID 157)
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An Analysis of Opportunities and Barriers of Integrating Renewable Energy with Smart Grid Technologies in India
I. Arul (TamilNadu Generation and Distribution Corporation [TANGEDCO], India) (Submission-ID 163)
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Microgrid Resource Management System Using Fuzzy Logic Controller (FLC)
S. Angalaeswari, K. Jamuna (VIT University Chennai, India) (Submission-ID 165)
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Geographical Information System based Renewable Energy Integration Planning: Quantifying Solar Energy Potential in North India
P. Das, J. Mathur, R. Bhakar (Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur, India), A. Kanudia (KanORS-EMR, NSEZ, India) (Submission-ID 178)
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A Unique Control Strategy for Grid Interactive Voltage Source Converter in a Solar Photovoltaic System Using MPPT
S. Jena, P. Satpathy, R. Mallick (Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, India) (Submission-ID 179)
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Opportunity for Large Scale Grid Integration for Renewable Energy in the North-East India
B. Kumar, B. K. Choudhury (Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management Kolkata, India), M. Chowdhury (IOCL Assam, India) (Submission-ID 182)
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Minimizing Impacts of PV Solar Generation in Distribution Grids
J. Diaz de Leon, N. Reddy, J. Managoli (American Superconductor, USA) (Submission-ID 184)
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Review and Compliances of Grid Code with Renewable Energy (RE) Integration
M. Yadav, D. Saini (University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, India), N. Pal (IIT[ISM] Dhanbad, India) (Submission-ID 189)
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Spatio-Temporal Variations of Winds in Boundary Layer: Relations to Wind Energy Potential over India
G. Kumar Suman, A. Chakraborty, T. Alam (Indian Institute of Science, India) (Submission-ID 190)
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Analysis of Offshore Wind Energy Potential using Curve Model
R. K. Bantha Navas, K V Narayanan, S.Prakash, A. Muruganandam (Sathyabama University, India) (Submission-ID 196)
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Solar Energy for Electricity Generation – A Comparative Study of Three States in India
G. Abubakar, M. Muthuchamy (Central University of Kerala, India) (Submission-ID 211)
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The Interest of Performing LVRT and HVRT Tests Beyond Grid Codes to Improve Power Generation Systems
D. Lopez, A. Larrén, I. Camino (4fores, Spain) (Submission-ID 212)
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