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    • GA-BASED APPROACH FOR INSPECTION PRIORITIZATION IN ELECTRIC POWER DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS 

      Rocha, Celso; Vasconcelos, Fillipe; Almeida, Carlos; Gouvêa, Marcos; Kagan, Nelson; Junior, José; Viana, Fabrício; Dominice, Alexandre (AIM, June 2019)
      The increasing need of ensuring appropriate levels of reliability, profitability and consumer satisfaction drives utilities to develop strategies to identify aging assets through scheduled inspections. Nevertheless, as ...
    • Game Approaches for joint peak shaving planning in industrial park distribution networks 

      Liu, Yuquan; Xiong, Wen; Wang, Li; Cai, Ying; Zeng, Shunqi; Yu, Zhiwen; Hu, Xiao (AIM, June 2019)
      The industrial park (IP) possesses a great potential for peak shaving as a relatively independent large-scale distribution unit. In this paper, game theory is introduced to model the joint planning of energy storage systems ...
    • GENERAL PLANNING AND OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES IN GERMAN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS USED FOR SIMBENCH 

      Meinecke, Steffen; Klettke, Annika; Sarajlic, Dzanan; Dickert, Jörg; Hable, Matthias; Fischer, Franziska; Braun, Martin; Moser, Albert (AIM, June 2019)
      SimBench provides an extensive open-source dataset of typical electrical power systems with up-to-date grid data and in addition, corresponding time series for load, generation and storage. It enables multi-voltage-level ...
    • GIROSCOP: a generator of consumption and production joint scenarios for the Distribution System Operator (DSO) 

      Pichavant, Audrey; Fournel, Josselin; Morin, Juliette; De Alvaro Garcia, Leticia; Fritsch, Virgile; Hoang, Thi Thu Huong; Malarange, Gilles (AIM, June 2019)
      With the increasing connection of renewable generation to distribution grids, the distribution system operator (DSO) planning studies request the use of joint production and consumption scenarios at a local scale (substation). ...
    • Global Earthing System Characterisation of an Actual UK Distribution Network 

      Jones, Paul; Davies, Mark; Weller, Robert; Tucker, Stephen (AIM, June 2019)
      Defining a distribution network as a global earthing system (GES) can simplify the design requirements when adding new substations to a network. Examples often cited include cable networks in dense-urban or city-centre ...
    • Going beyond the AI hype with a bottom-up holistic approach focused on improving business processes and services 

      Sträng, Karl Axel; Bouquet, Claude; Dupont, Maxime; Gosswiller, Stéphane; Bavarin, Richard; Delaunay, Stéphanie (AIM, June 2019)
      Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a wide-encompassing family of technologies with the potential to revolutionize customer relationships, to improve efficiency of business processes and to improve decision-making tools in all ...
    • Great revolution: the business perspective of Energy Internet in China 

      Li, Yang; Niu, xingyan; Chen, Guofei (AIM, June 2018)
      In this paper, we present a conceptual study of the Energy Internet in the perspective of business. Firstly, we introduce the origin of the Energy Internet and opportunities in the context of rapid development of energy ...
    • Grid and market HUB : empowering local energy communities in integrid 

      Matos, Pedro; Pires, Guido; Bessa, Ricardo; Coelho, Fábio; Alonso, Ana; Shahrokni, Hossein; Rodrigues, Xavier; Soares, Tiago; Mäkivierikko, Aram (AIM, June 2018)
      This paper describes the grid and market hub (gm-hub) platform that is being developed as part of the H2020 InteGrid project and its capabilities to empower local energy communities by democratizing access to smart meter ...
    • Grid Flexibility 4 Chile 

      Pérez Sánchez, Ricardo; Rother Salazar, Hans Christian; Refoyo Mayoral, Juan; Amarnath, Ammi; Khattar, Mukesh; Parejo, Antonio; Leon de Mora, Carlos (AIM, June 2019)
      Demand Response is a mechanism that provides financial incentives to facilities who agree to reduce electricity demand typically for short periods, in response to grid signals, when the electric grid needs support.It can ...
    • Grid Management System to solve local congestion 

      Steegh, Robert; van Cuijk, Ton; Pourasghar-khomami, Dela (AIM, June 2019)
      The energy sector is changing. The increasing amount of solar and wind energy has a considerable impact on the electricity grid. These renewable energy sources bring more volatility and less flexibility to the power system ...
    • Grid Operation 2025 - Digitalisation for Distribution System Operators 

      Schmaranz, Robert; Schaffer, Walter; Tauschek, Ursula; Bergmayer, Roland; Bitzan, Gernot; Fiedler, Leopold; Schüller, Klaus; Stacher, Robert (AIM, June 2019)
      In the next decade, the requirements for grid operation will become more and more demanding. The challenges will be multifaceted: a further increase in decentralized infeeds, a constantly changing direction of the load ...
    • Grid-Forming Converters – Inevitability, Control Strategies and Challenges in Future Grids Application 

      Tayyebi, Ali; Dörfler, Florian; Kupzog, Friederich; Miletic, Zoran; Hribernik, Wolfgang (AIM, June 2018)
      At the heart of the energy transition is the change in generation technology: from conventional generation based on synchronous machines towards renewable energy sources interfaced with power electronic converters. The ...
    • Grid-friendly Operation of a Hybrid Battery Storage System 

      Held, Lukas; Gerhardt, Nicolas; Zimmerlin, Martin; Suriyah, Michael R.; Leibfried, Thomas; Armbruster, Michael (AIM, June 2019)
      Battery storage systems are nowadays mainly operated to maximise economical profits. In case of occurring problems, battery storages can also support the power grid. In this paper, the potential of the Hybrid Battery Storage ...
    • Grida: introducing a self-learning artificial intelligence for autonomous network planning 

      van der Mei, Age; Doomernik, Jan-Peter (AIM, June 2019)
      This paper presents a self-learning artificial intelligence for grid planning. The self-learning means that no expert input data is required, which is a large advantage in electricity distribution planning with little ...
    • Guidelines for residential customer interface and connection principles in LVDC grids 

      Alahäivälä, Antti; Mäki, Kari; Kulmala, Anna; Ikäheimo, Jussi; Forssen, Kim; Cho, YoungPyo; Cho, Jintae; Kim, JuYoung; Kim, Hongjoo (AIM, June 2018)
      Direct current (DC) grids have potential to improve the energy efficiency of residential buildings but general guidelines and established practices are yet missing for the residential DC grid implementations. Thus, this ...
    • H2020 sensible Project – Laboratory Results for the Short-Circuit Behaviour of the Storage Devices, under Islanding Conditions 

      Lopes Filipe, Nuno; Castanheira Marques, Miguel; André, Ricardo; Rocha, Luís; Almeida, Bernardo; Neves, André; Louro, Miguel; Damásio, José; Gouveia, Clara (AIM, June 2018)
      The continuous increase of Distributed Generation (DER) along the electrical grid can offer several benefits, such as microgrid operation. However, microgrid operation requires special attention and introduces new challenges ...
    • Hardware dependability study of an automatic circuit recloser 

      Snajdr, Jaroslav; Ferrazzi, Marc; Novak, Pavel; Amigues, Laurence (AIM, June 2019)
      At present the rate of digitalization in the world of energy is increasing and the effort aims product development as well. The need of more efficient processes utilizes numeri­cal modeling and simulations to their limits ...
    • Harmonic analysis and mitigation in distribution grids with high penetration of power inverters 

      Schori, Stefan; Höckel, Michael; Dalessandro, Luca; Rupp, Adrian; Greuter, Jürg; Heiniger, Lukas (AIM, June 2019)
      Inverters of large heat pumps in an urban low voltage grid generate current harmonics and cause consequently significant variations of the respective voltage harmonics. The voltage level at each grid point is not only ...
    • Harmonic Analysis of Electrical Vehicle Fast-charging Station Considered Uncertainty of Load 

      Hu, Pan; Hu, Yuchuan; Ding, Kai; QIAN, Yimin (AIM, June 2019)
      Focusing on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of harmonic issue caused by high integration of electric vehicles, a quick-charging harmonic analysis model considered time series pattern of electrical vehicles station ...
    • Harmonic Emission Level Assessment Considering the Influence of Filters in Harmonic Source Side 

      QIAN, FENG; Cuo, Mu; Yang, Xingang; Zhao, Jinshuai; Xu, Fangwei; Zheng, Hongru (AIM, June 2019)
      Evaluation of the harmonic emission levels for a harmonic source at the point of common coupling (PCC) is of major significance for harmonic mitigation. Traditional emission level evaluation methods are based on the ...