3rd International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop
Tenerife/Spain, 8 - 9 May 2018


 

3rd International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop: Assessment of Control Strategies Performance in Islanded PV-Diesel System: Simulation and Experimental Test


3 abril 2018

Improved management of hybrid systems

On May 9th 2018, during the 3rd International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop in Tenerife/Spain, Steadysun will be presenting its work carried out in patnership with a CEA team from the INES – National Institute for Solar Energy –

“Assessment of Control Strategies Performance in Islanded PV-Diesel System: Simulation and Experimental Test”

A 100 kW hybrid system has been piloted using solar power production forecasting delivered through our SteadyEye Sky imager technology. The results show unambiguously the gain in OPEX as well as the impact on battery dimensioning.

We invite you to come to this conference and meet us to talk about your hybrid projects. This will be an opportunity to present our solutions that allow you to reduce you battery investments and opertating costs.

3rd International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop

The main objective of the 3rd International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop is to discuss the challenges that arise with the integration of high shares of renewables (wind, solar, hydro) into isolated/island power systems/micro-grids in combination with batteries/flywheels and conventional power generators. Finding viable combinations of conventional and renewable energy is one key solution for the efficient and sustainable running of these types of power systems. International experts will convene for the 3rd International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop to share their project experiences and to detect areas in need of improvement.

As an island grid with a large share of renewable energy, Tenerife is perfectly suited to grant a unique insight into the operation of an isolated power system, which makes Tenerife the ideal host for the 3rd International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop.

The workshop is a unique forum for:

  • system planners and designers
  • operators of small systems
  • project developers and consultants
  • universities and research institutes
  • regulators and NGOs
  • technology vendors of distributed variable generation & storage technology

… to gain exposure to the latest thinking on the design and operation of hybrid power systems. It will look at applications in a variety of locations and operating environments, with a focus on system design, operating experience, business models, economics, and implementation issues.

More information: http://hybridpowersystems.org/