Workshop on Digitization in Power Transmission

Tuesday November 28th 2017

Energinet and Center for Electric Power and Energy at DTU invites you to participate in a workshop on digitization of the power transmission infrastructure. We will gather significant resources from utilities, industry and academia to answer the following questions:

What are the trends within digitization and automation of power transmission?

How do TSO strategies address digitization?

What are the possibilities offered by digitization and how will digital technology change the way we plan and operate transmission systems?

How can the universities research and educations support the development?

Please join us for a one-day session at the premises of our recently inaugurated, state-of-the-art research facilities in PowerLabDK in Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark and learn about digital substations, applications of big data in power transmission and strategies, which include digitization in power transmission.

Program:

09:00 –09:15

 

Welcome by Jacob Østergaard, Professor and Head of Center for Electric Power and Energy

9:15 – 9.45

 

Digitization of the Danish Transmission Grid – Ambition, direction and initiatives by Bjarne Christian Gellert, Director, Engineering, Energinet and Anders Steen Kristensen, Chief Engineer, Engineering, Energinet

9.45 – 10.30

 

 Project: Digital Substation by Nargis Hurzuk, Engineer, Statnett, Norway

10.30 – 10.45

 

Break

10.45 – 11.15

 

Prospects of digitization for power and energy systems by Pierre Pinson, head of Energy Analytics and Markets Group, CEE

11.15 – 11.30

 

Presentation of PowerLabDk by Frida Frost, Head of PowerLabDk

11:30 – 13:00

 

Poster session, tour in PowerLabDk and Lunch buffet

13:00 – 13.45

 

Digital Utility by Paul Davis, Director of Cognitive Solutions, IBM

13.45 – 14.15

 

Digital Substation – A Comprehensive Concept to Leverage the Benefits of Digitalization, by Anders Dahl Johnsen, Power Engineer, Siemens A/S

14.15 – 14.45

 

How do we equip engineers with the necessary competences to support the future digitalized grid? Joachim Holbøll, Professor, CEE

 


Location:
DTU Elektro

Center of Electric Power and Energy
Elektrovej, Building 329A, ground floor
2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

 

Deadline for registration has passed

 

 

Chairman:

Professor Joachim Holbøll, CEE


Contact:

Jakob Glarbo Møller, Postdoc at CEE; jglmo [at] elektro.dtu.dk

DTU Elektro, Center for Electric Power and Energy - Elektrovej, 329A, ground floor - 2800 - Kgs. Lyngby - (+45) 45 25 35 00