“PV in Tomorrows Electricity Grids: Problem or Panacea?“

Presentations of the IEA PVPS Workshop in Valencia, Spain
9th September 2010
Joint Workshop of Task 1 and 14 IEA PVPS Programme

Agenda: Welcome, Stefan Nowak

Session 1: Technical Barriers to realize high penetration PV
Chair: Yuzuru Ueda, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

System wide issues related to massive penetration of PV in the electricity systems, Kazuhiko Ogimoto, Tokio University; Japan

Integrationg PV in the local distribution systems, Martin Braun, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany

Inverter Technology enabling high penetration PV, Roland Bruendlinger, Operating Agent IEA-PVPS Task 14, Austrian Institute of technology, Austria

Session 2: Demonstrating the efficient integration of PV in the electricity grids – Ground breaking projects from Europe, America and Japan
Chair: Roland Bruendlinger, Operating Agent IEA-PVPS Task 14, Austrian Institute of technology, Austria

The European Meta-PV project, Achim Woyte, 3E, Belgium

The European Eco Grid project – demonstrating the efficient operation of a distribution power system with high penetration of many and variable renewable energy resources.
Peter Ahm, PA Energy Ltd, Denmark

Summary of lessons learned from the Paltown – Ota city PV demonstration project. Yuzuru Ueda, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

US Demonstration Project, Ben Kroposki, NREL or Dan Ton, U.S. DoE

Presentations (Please select, 2010, Spain)