Renewable Energy Grid Integration Week 2022
Delft / The Hague Region | 10 – 14 October 2022
Hydrogen is one of the most important clean energy carriers of the future. Although green hydrogen will not achieve climate neutrality on its own, it is the link in the energy transition for CO2-neutral mobility, industry and the power sector. In order to be able to cover the energy demand across all sectors in a climate-neutral way in the future, we need hydrogen produced with renewable energies in large quantities.
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Since its first edition in 2000, the primary objective of the Wind & Solar Integration Workshop (then “International Workshop on Feasibility of HVDC Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Farms”) has been to stimulate interdisciplinary thinking between industry and academia by providing a platform for discussion and for sharing ideas and knowledge regarding the key issues in the field of large-scale integration of renewable energies.
From 2011 to 2021, the Wind Integration Workshop has been conducted back to back with the Solar & Storage Integration Workshop. In 2022, the two Workshops merged to the Wind & Solar Integration Workshop (with Special Topics Sector Coupling & Storage) to take into account the many possible synergies and to meet the wishes of the participants.
The workshop will be held together with the 6th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium and the 1st Hydrogen Power System Integration Symposium as part of the Renewable Energy Grid Integration Week from 10 -14 October in Delft / The Hague.
7th International Hybrid Power Plants & Systems Workshop
Faroe Islands | 23 – 24 May 2023
The main objective of the 7th International Hybrid Power Plants & Systems Workshop is to discuss the challenges that arise in isolated and islanded power systems and micro-grids and how they can be efficiently met by deploying a combination of wind, solar, battery and diesel technologies. Finding viable combinations of conventional and renewable energy is one key solution for the efficient and sustainable running of these types of power systems.
International experts will convene for the 7th International Hybrid Power Plants & Systems Workshop to share their project experiences and to detect areas in need of improvement.
For details on this event visit: hybridpowersystems.org