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CIGRE NGN Joint Wind Energy Webinar

3 june 2020 .

Date and Time: Wed, 17 June 2020, 14:00-16:00 BST

Location: Online event

In light of the current global situation, the CIGRE UK&Ireland NGN committees have together to create the online webinar on wind energy.

About the event

In 2019, 60.4 GW of wind energy capacity was installed globally in 2019, a 19 per cent increase from installations in 2018 and the second-best year for wind historically. Total capacity for wind energy globally is now over 651 GW. How can we exploit the full potential of wind energy?

Guest speakers from UK NGN and from Ireland NGN:

  • Professor Vladimir Terzija, Smart Frequency Control in Power Systems with a High Penetration of Nonsynchronous Generation
  • Dr Xianxian Zhao, Fast Frequency Support from Wind Turbine Systems by Arresting Frequency Nadir Close to Settling Frequency
  • Dr Peter Wall, Identifying scarcities on the All Island system in 2030 perspectives from EU-SysFlex
  • Tolulope Mayomi, The opportunities of dynamic line rating for overcoming curtailment challenges.

Please note that the webinar is free and open to all members, however, the registration from NGN members will be considered first if the register number beyond our host capacity.

The event will be hosted via the Zoom Online Conference Platform and will be recorded. Please sign up using Eventbrite and you will receive the Zoom link and detailed agenda by email a few days before the event.

For more information and to register please follow the link Event//NGN UK



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