System Optimization between power producer and grid owners
The year of 2022 have been an eventful year for SysOpt. There have been in total five publications submitted and published through the work in the SysOpt project. More have been submitted but have note yet finished the peer-review. Some of the publications have been mentioned in previous posts, such as SysOpt’s first paper from […]
Another gathering has occurred in mid-November 2022. The day started with a reference group meeting, followed by the Technical Progress Meeting (TMP). The main topics for the TMP meeting was the following: A status report on the SysOpt progress and with updated work plans An overview over publications through SysOpt in 2022 (see own post […]
The project is starting to get momentum. The Ph.D. students Dany (USN), Emil (USN), and Hugo (NTNU) working in SYSOPT are here giving an update on their work in Work Package 1 and Work Package 2. BREAKING!: We are now releasing our first SYSOPT’s newsletter, so make sure to subscribe by clicking here. Moreover, this […]
The research in SysOpt addresses new knowledge and innovative methods within hydropower technology and voltage control to create opportunities in the following areas.
- Strengthening the national power system operational security of supply and power transfer capability while reducing investment costs and transmission losses;
- Optimize the interplay between the power producer and grid owner(s) (Transmission System Operator TSO, and the Distribution System Operator DSO) through enhanced coordinated actions.