System Optimization between power producer and grid owners
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 […]
Recent events have shed more light on the SYSOPT project. Project milestones are approaching, and researchers and partners are coming together to discuss the research trajectory of the project. Three events are highlighted in this post: The Technical Progress Meeting; SYSOPT presentation at USN; and SYSOPT presentation at Skagerak Kraft. Technical Progress Meeting October 2021 […]
We are proud to announce that we have recently added four personnel to the SysOpt research team. Emil Ghieh Melfald (M.Sc.) is a Ph.D. research fellow working at USN, and is working towards WP1. He received his MSc degree in Electrical Power Engineering from the University of South–Eastern Norway (USN) in 2020. He then worked […]
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.