Workshop 22 September 2011 at LTH, Lund.
Energy systems are in focus in the transformation towards a sustainable society. Important goals on the international level are increasing energy efficiency and shifting to renewable energy sources. The energy infrastructures in general and the electricity network in particular play central roles in this development. Modeling and simulation are increasingly important for planning and operating the electricity networks of today and in the future.
This workshop highlights ongoing development on several related issues:
- Forecasting and modeling of electricity production from renewable sources;
- Control of renewable generation and electric vehicle charging;
- Interaction between electricity market and system operation;
- Simulating electricity networks in real-time.
The workshop is targeted towards anyone interested in state of the art in modeling and simulations of electricity networks. This includes but is not limited to energy researchers, persons in energy-related industry and municipal energy administrators.
Vind i Øresund is a cooperation between Lund University and the Danish Technical University sponsored by the EU Interreg IVa program and aims to support sustainable business in the Øresund region. The project links strong competences in modeling and simulation of renewable energy sources and power systems. Vind i Øresund is described at
Workshop and dinner are free, but to plan properly we need you to register no later than 14 September. Please send an e-mail to Olof.Samuelsson@iea.lth.se indicating your participation in workshop and dinner respectively and if you have special food requirements.
For campus map and other workshop information, see http://www.iea.lth.se/seminars/vio/
You can also call Olof Samuelsson at +46-46-222 75 04.