Welcome to Ljubljana!

We welcome you to the 4th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium which will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia on 9 November 2020.


 

We live in challenging and rapidly changing times. We would like to assure you that we monitor the Coronavirus situation closely and will follow official guidelines and restrictions at all times.

The health and safety of our participants and staff will always be our number one priority. We are working closely with the local authorities and the Symposium/Workshop venue to put measures in place to meet the current health guidelines.

In case of any queries regarding our Symposium/Workshops, safety measures, health policy or else, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly at info@windintegrationworkshop.org. Sign up for our regular workshop updates here.

Stay healthy! 

ATTENTION! Remote Presenters welcome!

In this time of unprecedented change and uncertainty, you might be hesitant to submit your abstract not knowing whether you will be able to attend the Symposium in November. We completely understand and would like to address this concern by making remote presentation possible in Ljubljana for those who cannot be on location due to official travel restrictions effective in November. For now, just submit your abstract via the submission platform and we will determine at a later point in time whether restrictions or guidelines call for a change to remote presentation.

 

Explore last year’s event:

See Program from 2019
See Fees from 2019
See Photos from 2019


 

Focus of the Symposium

The purpose of the E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium is to discuss the challenges that arise with increased power demand due to electric vehicle charging, and how they can be met by coordinating with renewable power production in the electrical system (hence the combination with the Solar & Wind Integration Workshop). The selection of topics also highlights the need for integrating the required electric vehicle charging infrastructure with the expansion of the distribution and transmission system.

The Symposium offers a prime opportunity to discuss the significant future impact of E-Mobility on power system design and operation. It aims to bring together experts on electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, power system operators, and stakeholders of the renewable energy industry as well as power system regulators and universities.

 

Topics of the Symposium

 

Topic IconProject Experience

Topic IconPower System Aspects

Topic IconDistribution Grid Issues

Topic IconMarket and Economic Aspects

Topic IconCharging Infrastructure Planning

Topic IconHigh Power Charging

Topic IconVehicle to Grid

Topic IconCharging Methods (AC, DC, Wireless)

Topic IconCommunication and Security Aspects

Topic IconModelling Aspects

Topic IconGrid Code Issues

Topic IconSmart Charging and User Aspects

Topic IconDecarbonization of Energy Sectors

Topic IconElectrification of Urban Mobility

Topic IconMobility as a Service

 

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