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20th International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Power Plants (WIW 2021)

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  • Location: Hybrid Conference, Germany
  • Conference date: 29-30 September 2021
  • ISBN: 978-1-83953-681-6
  • Conference number: CP794
  • The International Workshop on Large-Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Power Plants provides a platform for power system operators, transmission and distribution grid operators, wind turbine manufacturers, universities and research institutes, and consulting companies to exchange technical and economic developments. The Workshop is part of the renowned Renewable Energy Grid Integration Week that comprises three high-quality conferences on grid integration of renewable energies in one week and attracts participants from all over the world. The primary objective is to stimulate interdisciplinary thinking between industry and research by providing a platform for discussion and for sharing ideas and knowledge regarding the key issues in the field of large-scale integration of wind power. With more than 80 presentations in 20 sessions, the 20th Wind Integration Workshop that was held from 29 - 30 September 2021 in Berlin, Germany & virtually offered a broad spectrum of topics ranging from resilience, sector coupling and forecasting to hybrid power systems and micro grids. Grid Forming, a controversial topic in previous years, was again a focal point of the 2021 workshop edition with 3 sessions exclusively dedicated to the topic.

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  • Coal exit and security of supply: the role of the German National Regulatory Agency (BNetzA)
  • Update on IEA wind's recommended practices for renewable power forecast solution selection: recommendations for wind facility meteorological measurements for forecasting applications
  • Wind power forecasting using LSTM incorporating fourier transformation based denoising technique
  • Games and other news from IEA wind task 36 forecasting for wind energy
  • A methodology to improve the predictability of wind energy generation with confirmatory evidence from Germany
  • The new simple is complex – why we need more combined renewable power plants and how they effectively support the grid
  • Necessary development of inverter-based generation with grid forming capabilities in Germany
  • Demonstration and validation of a conformity testing method for grid forming storage units in the transmission grid
  • Grid forming converters in interconnected systems - final results from the joint research project VerbundnetzStabil
  • Frequency dynamics of the European system during split integrating grid-forming capabilities
  • Shaping a more resilient future energy system
  • Integrated energy planning for resilient power systems
  • Fostering resiliency, the importance of the demand side
  • Cities as wind power sponge – smart building and power-to-heat in the conventional building envelope
  • Analysis of the implication of current limits in grid forming wind farm
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