System Optimization between power producer and grid owners
Our PHD student Hugo Rodrigues de Brito has come back to Norway after his trip to SEST 2023 (International Conference On Smart Energy Systems And Technologies). This was his first conference where he presented some of our result related to the SysOpt project. Thank you Hugo for working hard and doing good work!
We had the privilege of participating in the IEEE PES General Meeting held in Orlando, Florida last week. During this event, the Electrical Power Systems (EPS) and SysOpt research group made contributions by presenting three research papers and delivering an invited speech at the prestigious IEEE Task Force on Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage Hydro. Emil […]
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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.