Energy conversations: Integrating renewables and energy storage into the grid

Date & time: 10.30pm 3 May – 12am 4 May 2016, AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Location: Weston Theatre, JG Crawford Building (#132) - Lennox Crossing, Australian National University, Acton ACT 2601

A panel of energy researchers will give their perspectives on how renewables and storage can be integrated into the grid, followed by a Q&A session and informal discussion over lunch.  

This event provides a forum for conversations between different parts of the local energy sector about emerging research and technology.


The many faces of battery storage: from household energy management to power system planning and operations - Dr Evan Franklin

This presentation will explore the multi-faceted role that battery storage will play in a high-penetration renewable energy future.

Integrating high penetrations of wind and solar PV into the power system - Bin Lu

Bin will discuss a recent study on simulations of high penetration of wind and solar PV electricity in the South West Interconnected System. 

Distributed Solar Forecasting and Simulations for Distribution Networks - Dr Nick Engerer

An upcoming project will develop an operational product that provides distribution network service providers with real-time distributed PV simulations mapped to their electricity networks by leveraging a unique consortium of partners.

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Clare de Castella