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Power system stability and analysis under large penetration of renewable energy

Lecture

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The speaker will clarify the problems in current power systems and discuss their solutions.

Date and Time

10 March 2014 - 15:00-16:00

Location

Neyagawa,Osaka, Japan - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Japan local network. Contact Tony Smits at asmits@theiet.org for more information.


About this event

Recently, renewable energy such as photovoltaic generation and wind power generation has been installed widely in terms of global environmental issues and alternative resources of electricity supply.

However, these generation resources may cause several problems in current power systems, because of their uncertainty. I would like to clarify the problems in current power systems and discuss their solutions, from the view point of power system stability and analysis under large penetration of renewable energy.

Speaker

Professor Hisao Takao of Fukui University.

 

Since we rarely hold meetings in the Kansai region, I encourage all members from Kansai to avail themselves of this opportunity.

This is a joint lecture meeting with Fundamental Mechatronics Research Institute of Osaka Electro-Communication University.



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