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21st Wind & Solar Integration Workshop (WIW 2022)

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  • Location: Hybrid Conference, The Hague, Netherlands
  • Conference date: 12-14 October 2022
  • ISBN: 978-1-83953-833-9
  • Conference number: CP818
  • The International Wind & Solar Integration Workshop provides a platform for power system operators, transmission and distribution grid operators, wind turbine and PV component 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 and solar power. With more than 120 presentations in 30 sessions, the 21st Wind & Solar Integration Workshop that was held from 12-14 October 2022 in The Hague, The Netherlands & virtually offered a broad spectrum of topics ranging from resilience, sector coupling, hydrogen solutions and forecasting to hybrid power systems and micro grids. Grid Forming was again a focal point of the 2022 workshop edition with 3 sessions exclusively dedicated to the topic.

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  • Transmission reform in the US
  • Grid forming and grid following comparison for an offshore wind farm connected via a HVAC cable
  • Design considerations and test results of a grid-forming dual-fed WTG
  • Offshore network development plans for Europe – joint efforts
  • Offshore energy hubs: cost-effectiveness in the Baltic sea energy system towards 2050
  • Frequency-domain stability study of converter-based power systems
  • Analysis of transient stability of generator groups in the future power system
  • Utilisation of synchronous condensers for improved damping in power systems with high renewable penetration
  • The opportunity of grid-forming converters in the wide-area control of power systems
  • Towards standardised testing procedures for inertia provision of grid forming inverters
  • Comparison of current-limitation approaches for grid-forming converters enabling fault-right-through operation in converter-driven power grids
  • On the low risk of SSR in type III wind turbines operating in grid-forming control
  • Power quality in a solar-wind hybrid park - preliminary results from a one-year metering campaign
  • Hydesign: a tool for design and operation of renewable hybrid renewable plants
  • Industrial flexibility options: regulatory framework of the European procurement of system services
  • Did wind cause the price rise in European electricity market in 2021? - an econometric analysis using multi regression model of spot market prices
  • Stakeholder engaged energy systems modelling: three Canadian case studies
  • New pathways to future grid compliance for wind power plants
  • Towards full electrical certification of wind turbines on test benches - experiences gained from the HiL-GridCoP project
  • Temporary overvoltages and their impact on grid security - final results from the joint research project OVRTuere
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