报 告 人：Nikolaos Chatziargyriou
工作单位：雅典国立技术大学（National Technical University of Athens）
Nikolaos Chatziargyriou，雅典国立技术大学教授，博士，IEEE Fellow，希腊配网公司（HEDNO）主席。1984年起任职于雅典国立技术大学电气和计算机工程系，并从1995年起担任电力系统系教授。从2007年2月到2012年9月，担任希腊公共电力公司（PPC）的副首席执行∞官♀，负责输电和配电网络，岛屿DNO以及测试，研究和原型制作中◆心。Nikolaos Chatziargyriou 教授是电力系统动态性能委员会的前任主席，CIGRE的荣誉成员以╲及CIGRE SC C6“分配系统和分布式发电”前任主席、欧盟∑ 能源转型智能网络技术与创新平台的联合主席、雅典↑科学院能源委员会委员。曾参与由欧盟和行业〖资助的60多个R＆D项目。IEEE Trans on Power Systems主编及IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Development and the IEEE Power and Energy magazine的编委会成⌒员。著有《Microgrids: Architectures and Control》一书，发表了200多篇期刊】和500多篇会∴议论文。2016，2017，2019年，入选列为汤森路透（Thomson Reuters）在所有领域和学科中被引用最多的∞前1%研究人员名单。其研究方向包括▆智能电网、微电网、分布式和可再生能源以○及电力系统安全。
报告题目：PARTICIPATION OF DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES IN THE ENERGY MARKET
报告平台：ZOOM会议ID: 459 176 6628
The radical changes that the electricity systems undergo due to environmental concerns and technological developments inevitably formulate new conditions for all actors in the electricity market: new market roles for existing actors as well as new actors with roles yet to be defined. One of the most important drivers of today’s energy transition is the rapid increase in the penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) comprising mainly distributed generators and flexible demand. The way DER will participate in the energy markets is of outmost important, since this will critically affect the on-going decentralization of the energy system.
In this lecture three fundamental models for DER integration in the market procedures are presented: centralized management, decentralized management through set-points and decentralized management through price signals. The models are formulated as optimization programming problems solved using commercially available software. Their evaluation is based on the study of several cost scenarios and their impact on significant indices that reveal the effect of the different market design to its participants.
报告题目：SECURITY CONCERNS IN ISLANDS WITH HIGH RENEWABLES PENETRATION
报告平台：ZOOM会议ID: 459 176 6628
Isolated power systems operating in non-interconnected islands face several economic problems for the satisfaction of their demand. Moreover, they are often characterized by rich renewable sources potential that makes the installation of RES attractive. The installation of Wind Turbines, Photovoltaics and batteries can achieve high levels of penetration exceeding 50%. The operation of island systems with high RES penetration however, causes security concerns, especially regarding frequency control and protection. These concerns are due to the limited inertia in the system and the relatively small short-circuit currents provided by the Power Electronic interfaced Renewables. This webinar will provide an overview of the main characteristics of non-interconnected islands with real data from the Greek islands and will how potential frequency stability and short-circuit protection problems. Practical solutions and practical applications will be discussed.