Date / Time: 10/03/2016 at 8.45am Details: SEAI, in collaboration with IEA Wind RD&D Task 25, are hosting a seminar ‘International Research on Wind Energy in Electricity Systems’ Seminar on Friday, 10th March 2016. More information available here.
We were happy to host a seminar by Dr Hannele Holttinen on Flexibilities in energy system to support variable generation integration on Friday 27th of January at 2:30pm. Further information available here.
Mark O’Malley presented a seminar titled “The Role of Demand & Storage in an Integrated Energy System” at Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy on 19th January 2017. More information on the seminar is available here.
Believe it or believe it not the Electricity Research Centre in University College is 25th years old. Alumni, friends and collaborators with the ERC celebrated at the 25th Anniversary event on Monday 28th November in Engineers Ireland, Dublin. The agenda … Continue reading
Alireza Soroudi, Abbas Rabiee, Andrew Keane, “Distribution networks’ energy losses versus hosting capacity of wind power in the presence of demand flexibility“, Renewable Energy, Volume 102, Part B, Pages 316-325, March 2017
C. Murphy, A. Keane, “Local and Remote Estimations using Fitted Polynomials in Distribution Systems“, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, in press.
Mostafa Bakhtvar, Eknath Vittal (an ERC alumni who is now in EPRI), Kuan Zheng (a PhD student in Tsinghua university who visited the ERC in 2014) and Andrew Keane had a paper titled “Synchronizing Torque Impacts on Rotor Speed in … Continue reading
Title of Thesis: Evaluating the Contribution of Demand Response to the Electrical Power System: Generation Adequacy and Market Implications
Carlos won one of the five best paper awards at the 3rd Asia Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA) for his paper titled ““Parallel MPC for Transient Thermal Error Attenuation”. The event was held in Jeju Island, … Continue reading
The paper is titled “Open and Closed-Loop Residential Load Models for Assessment of Conservation Voltage Reduction”