Code Date Venue Early Bird Fee Fee
PWR1027 20 - 22 Oct 2021 Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) SGD 3,299 SGD 3,499 Remind me of Course Dates
PWR1027 20 - 22 Oct 2021 Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) USD 2,408 USD 2,554 Remind me of Course Dates

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Code

PWR1027

Date

20 - 22 Oct 2021

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

SGD 3,299

Fee

SGD 3,499

Code

PWR1027

Date

20 - 22 Oct 2021

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

USD 2,408

Fee

USD 2,554

About this Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) 

Electrification of the transportation sector will impact the power system in several ways. Besides the additional load, local impact on the grid needs to be managed by the grid operators. Simultaneously charging of many electric vehicles (EVs) might exceed the limits in specific locations. On the other hand, EVs can provide flexibility and other ancillary services that will help grid operators.

This 3 half-day VILT course will provide a complete overview of integrating electric vehicles (EVs) into the power grid. It will cover the whole value chain from grid operations to the car battery. This includes the control room, possible grid reinforcement, demand side management and power electronics.

This course will demonstrate the impact on the grid and solutions for a safe & cost-effective grid plan and operation, with examples of successful integration of EVs.

The course will also provide vital knowledge about technology used for EVs such as power electronics, demand side management, communication and batteries. In this context, the focus will be on power electronics as it has the highest impact on the grid. The grid planning tool, pandapower, is introduced as an open source tool for power system modelling.

The set-up of the training course allows for discussion and questions. Questions can be formulated by the participants upfront or during the training.

At the end of this course, the participants will:

  • Understand the charging options for EVs and its impact on the grid and batteries
  • Identify system services for EVs with regards to voltage quality at the point of common coupling
  • Discover what are the “grid friendly” and grid supporting functions in EVs
  • Uncover the different applications, standards and data researched on EVs
  • Examine the application of a grid planning tool (pandapower) for power system modelling
  • Be able to develop code snippets with pandapower
  • Apply and execute a code example for power system modelling with pandapower
  • EV and grid project developers and administrators
  • Power grid operators and planners
  • EPC organisations involved in grid development
  • EV/ battery manufacturers and designers
  • EV transport planners and designers
  • Government regulators and policy makers

The VILT will be delivered online in 3 half-day sessions comprising 4 hours per day, with 2 x 10 minutes breaks per day, including time for lectures, discussion, quizzes and short interactive exercises.

Additionally, some self-study will be requested. Participants are invited but not obliged to bring a short presentation (10 mins max) on a practical problem they encountered in their work. This will then be explained and discussed during the VILT. A short test or quiz will be held at the end of every session/day.

Our first course expert is Head of Department Converters and Electrical Drive Systems at Fraunhofer IEE and Professor for Electromobility and Electrical Infrastructure at Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences. He received his engineering degree in automation in 2008 by the THM Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen (FH Giessen-Friedberg). Afterwards he studied power engineering at University of Kassel and received his diploma certificate in 2010. In 2016 he received the Ph.D. (Dr.-Ing.) from the University of Hannover. The title of his dissertation is Optimized multifunctional bi-directional charger for electric vehicles. He has been a researcher at the Fraunhofer IEE in Kassel since 2010 and deals with power converters for electric vehicles, photovoltaics and wind energy. His current research interests include the bidirectional inductive power transfer, battery charger and inverter as well as new power electronic components such as SiC MOSFETs and chokes. Additionally, our key expert is Chairman of the IEEE Joint IAS/PELS/IES German Chapter and a member of the International Scientific Committee of the EPE Association.

Our second course expert is deputy head of energy storage department at Fraunhofer IEE. Prior to this he was the Director of Grid Integration department at SMA Solar Technology AG, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of PV power converters. Before joining SMA, our course expert was manager of the Front Office System Planning at Amprion GmbH (formerly RWE TSO), one of the four German transmission system operators. He holds a degree of electrical engineering of the University of Kassel, Germany. In 2003 he finished his Ph.D. (Dr.-Ing.) on the topic of wind power forecasting at the “Institute of Solar Energy Supply Technology” (now Fraunhofer IEE) in Kassel. In 2004 he started his career at RWE TSO with main focus on wind power integration and congestion management. Our course expert is chairman of the IEC SC 8A “Grid Integration of Large-capacity Renewable Energy (RE) Generation” and has published several papers about grid integration of renewable energy source and forecasting systems on books, magazines, international conferences and workshops.

Our third course expert is Research Associate at Fraunhofer IEE. He is actively working on different projects related to the integration of electric vehicle charging into the electric distribution grid. The focus of this work concerns time series based simulations for grid planning and operation in order to investigate the effect of a future rollout of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure on economics e.g. costs for grid reinforcement. He completed his master degree (MSc.) in Business Administration and Engineering: Electrical Power Engineering at RWTH Aachen University, Germany.

Our trainers are experts from Fraunhofer Institute for Energy Economics and Energy System Technology (Fraunhofer, IEE), Germany. The Fraunhofer IEE researches for the national and international transformation of energy supply systems