More power electronics into the grid: Innovative solutions for operations and impacts on connection rules

Published 27 February 2017

The MIGRATE consortium is pleased to invite the power system community to discuss:

Innovative solutions explored by the MIGRATE project to operate transmission networks in transition towards a massive integration of power electronics devices.

This MIGRATE Stakeholder Workshop will take place on 6 April 2017 in Brussels and aims at:

  • presenting the MIGRATE project and advancement;
  • discuss the impacts of the expected project results, i.e. upgraded and new monitoring solutions, control algorithms and strategies as well as protection schemes, and necessary grid code evolutions; 
  • prepare your organisation, community or industry to be involved in reviewing those results and planning their implementation

MAKE SURE YOU WILL HAVE YOUR SAY ON OUR FUTURE PROPOSALS AND GRID CODE RECOMMENDATIONS!

MIGRATE – Massive InteGRATtion of power Electronic devices - is a European project supported by the EC and coordinated by TenneT. Gathering TSOs from 11 countries together with manufacturers and researchers, this 4-year project explores innovative solutions to handle the forthcoming massive integration of power electronics into transmission networks. Solutions will include the use of new monitoring & forecasting technologies, the development of new control strategies and protection schemes as well as mitigation measures to tackle power quality issues. The operation of 100% power electronics networks will also be investigated.

For more information:

Link to Draft Agenda

Link to Registration form 

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