2014-01: Energy Storage in Power Systems: Technologies, Applications and Future needs
February 4-7, 2014
ETHZ, Zurich and EPFL, Lausanne
Prof. G. Andersson
Prof. M. Paolone
Dr R. Cherkaoui
Objectives of the course
The increase of the penetration of renewable energy resources (RERs) into electrical networks is certainly related to the availability of energy storage systems (ESSs). Indeed, the use of ESSs could, in principle, provide several ancillary services to electrical grids such as: balance of RERs energy production, balance local loads, reserves provision, islanded operation of distribution systems, integration into low voltage microgrids, etc.
The above-mentioned services are characterized by different energy and power requirements that involve the use of appropriate storage technologies. In this respect, the course aims at providing the state-of-the-art of ESSs technologies, their modeling as well as their applications into electrical grids both in large and small scales.
Göran Andersson, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland.
François Avellan, EPF-Lausanne, Switzerland.
Carlo Alberto Nucci, University of Bologna, Italy.
Andreas Züttel, EMPA, Switzerland.
Alfred Rufer, EPF-Lausanne, Switzerland.
François Marechal, EPF-Lausanne, Switzerland.
Thomas Aschwanden, Kraftwerke Oberhasli AG, Switzerland.
Walter Sattinger, Swissgrid, Switzerland.
Alexandre Oudalov, ABB Corporate Research, Switzerland.
Theodor Borshe, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland.
Andreas Ulbig, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland.
Martin Aeberhard, SBB-CFF, Switzerland.
Nicolas Cherix, EPF-Lausanne, Switzerland
Alberto Borghetti, University of Bologna, Italy.
Joao Peças Lopes, INESC, Portugal.
Mario Paolone, EPF-Lausanne, Switzerland
1-The need of balancing power with storage: G. Andersson (ETHZ, time: 60’)
- Modern Compound and Reversible Units for Pumped Storage Power Plants: F. Avellan (EPFL, time: 60’)
- Battery energy storage systems (BESS): C. A. Nucci (Univ. of Bologna, time:120’)
- Hydrogen: production, storage, applications and safety: A. Zuettel (EMPA, time:90’)
- Energy storage systems properties - case of Compressed Air Energy, Vanadium Redox flow Battery, Supercaps, etc.: A. Rufer (EPFL, time :90’)
- Electro-thermal electricity storage systems: F. Marechal (EPFL, time: 90’)
- Large systems applications
- Large pumped storage hydro power plants: T. Aschwanden (KWO, 75’)
- Storage versus demand side management: issues and opportunities from TSO perspective: M. Geidl (Swissgrid, time: 45’)
- Applications of BESS in electric power systems with renewable generation: A. Oudalov (ABB, time: 90’)
- Grid Operation and Flexibility with Energy Storage and Demand Response – Implementation and Economics: T. Borshe/ A. Ulbig (ETHZ, time:90’)
- Requirements and possibilities for energy storage applications in railway power supply: M. Aeberhard, N. Cherix (SBB/EPFL, time 60’)
Please, download Agenda for further details.
- Distribution systems applications
- Distribution networks support (voltage control, islanding): A. Borghetti (Univ. of Bologna, time 60’)
- Controlling and managing V2G and V2H: J. Peças Lopes (INESC, time: 90’)
- Seal-healing operation of microgrids with BESS: M. Paolone (EPFL, time: 90’)
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland.
The course fees include lectures, documentation, coffee breaks and lunches
Members of the EES-UETP: 367.50 EUR
University non members of the EES-UETP: 900.00 EUR
Industry non members of the EES-UETP: 1500.00 EUR
The Course Secretariat will send an invoice to each registered participant, after the reception of the filled Registration Form.
Dr. R. Cherkaoui (email@example.com), Mrs M. Brocard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)
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