- KEYNOTE ADDRESS: GEORGE GROSS - Monday, 3rd
"Renewable Energy Integration: The Grand Challenges and Opportunities Towards A Sustainable Energy Future" - More information
- SPECIAL SESSION WOMEN IN ENGINEERING Monday, 18:15
First Meeting of the IEEE Uruguay WIE group. Panel: Noel Schulz, Maria Simon, Irene Pazos y Gustavo Giannattasio. - More information
- KEYNOTE ADDRESS: HUGH RUDNICK - Tuesday, 4th
"Desafíos técnicos, económicos, ambientales y sociales de la expansión de los sistemas eléctricos en América Latina" - More information
- TUTORIAL: Dres. César Angeles-Camacho y Claudio F. Fuerte-Esquivel - Thursday, 5th
“FACTS: its role in the connection of wind power to networks” - More information
- TECHNICAL TOURS - More information
The key-topics will be:
Management of systems with large-scale wind penetration,
Stability of power systems with high penetration of distributed generation,
Network operation in a scenario of a major conversion of the fleet automotive combustion engines to electric motors.
Renewable Energies in a developing continent.
Maintenance and operations of energy plants.
Renewables planning, modeling and simulation.
Measurement, monitoring and visualization of power systems.
Wind turbines and wind/hydro resource integration.
Solar energy, biomass generation, tidal power and co-generation.
Communications SCADA, IEC 60850-5-101 and IEC 61850, cyber security in distributed generation and development of standards.
Energy and environment.
Energy storage systems, including pumped storage, batteries and flywheels.
Electric vehicles, their integration into the grid and their impacts.
Protection and control of systems with the integrated new renewable resources.
Operations and maintenance, asset management and condition monitoring.
Energy management systems and the future ISO 50001 standard for energy management.
Energy Market and regional integration.
||Who should attend?
The conference will bring together energy professionals from the academia, policy makers, non-governmental organizations and the private sector:
Executives from energy companies;
Government officials from energy and environment planning and regulation institutions;
Members of non-governmental energy and environmental agencies;
Energy specialists from universities and research institutions;
Energy policy analysts;
Energy market analysts;