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Thursday, June 6, 11:00-12:30h
Resilient Energy Transition
Dr. Milos Cvetkovic (DUT), dr. Thomas Hoppe (DUT) and Tiago Castelo de Oliveira (TU/e)
The energy transition is transforming the energy landscape, enriching the grids with green power and improving sustainability and affordability of the energy supply. As a consequence, reliance on electricity grids is also increasing, as our infrastructures now depend more on electricity. Electric transportation, electric heating and the electrification trend in the industry are some good examples. As reliance on electricity supply systems increases, so should resilience of the energy system. This session seeks to explore challenges for the resilience of electricity systems and focuses on electricity systems at the regional scale. Next to identifying challenges, we look to learn from best practices from academics and professionals quantifying, measuring, analysing resilience and improving it further. We look at a wide range of resilience challenges and measures, from governance and social acceptance to highly-detailed technical infrastructure.
Format of the session
- 11:00-11:05h Personal introduction (Milos Cvetkovic (DUT), Thomas Hoppe (DUT) and Tiago Castelo de Oliveira (TU/e) as moderators)
- 11:05-11:10h Topical introduction (energy transition and resilience)
- 11:10-11:40h Social part:
- Kamia Handayani (UT) - Vulnerabilities and resilience of the electricity sector in developing countries: The case of Indonesia
- Karina Vink (UT) - Optimizing the Resilience of a Building Scale Micro-grid
- 11:40h-12:15h Technical part:
- Monica Carranza Pasten (European Network for Cyber Security) - Cyber security assessment of the public electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the city of Amsterdam
- Tiago Castelo de Oliveira (TU/e) - use of MVDC links in distribution
- 12:15-12:30h Q&A and session ending
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