Measurements and Metrology for Smart Electricity Grids - Excellence Training

9 to 25 May 2022

The event is jointly organised by Politecnico di Torino and INRiM with the support of the European Metrology Network for Smart Electricity Grids.

The successful implementation of a smart electricity grid requires the development and implementation of a suitable metrological measurement infrastructure.

The key challenges lie in achieving better understanding of the behaviour of the grids and the subsequent development of measurement tools for observing and controlling them.

These include instrumentation for monitoring grid stability, tools for determining grid quality, and revenue metering systems to ensure fair trade between commercial parties utilising the grid.

This excellence course will provide an extensive overview of the general measurement challenges related to smart electricity grids together with in-depth training on selected key measurement challenges, contributions to the security of electricity supplies, and consider grid evolution in the context of the ongoing energy transition.

 

Participation & registration
The course is open for everyone interested to attend!

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Programme

DateTime (UTC+2)TopicSpeaker
9 May09:00 - 12:00Basics of Metrology

Dr Christian Mester (METAS – Switzerland)

10 May09:00 - 11:00Understanding and Evaluating Measurement Uncertainty

Dr Christian Mester (METAS – Switzerland)

10 May11:00 - 13:00Overview of Smart Electricity Grids and their Measurement Challenges

Prof dr ir Gert Rietveld (University of Twente, VSL – Netherlands)

11 May09:00 - 11:00Measurement of Power and EnergyDr Domenico Giordano (INRIM – Italy)
13 May09:00 - 12:00Measurement for Grid Efficiency

Prof dr ir Gert Rietveld (University of Twente, VSL – Netherlands)

    
16 May09:00 - 11:00Power Quality Measurement and Emerging ChallengesDr Guglielmo Frigo (METAS – Switzerland)
17 May14:00 - 17:00Phasor Measurement Units for Grid Control and MonitoringDr Guglielmo Frigo (METAS – Switzerland)
18 May09:00 - 11:00Timing and Synchronisation in Smart Grids

Dr Jari Hällström (VTT MIKES – Finland)

20 May09:00 - 12:00Instrument Transformers and Low Power Output Sensors for Grid Current and Voltage MeasurementDr Domenico Giordano (INRIM – Italy)
25 May09:00 - 12:00High Voltage Test Techniques

Dr Jari Hällström (VTT MIKES – Finland)

 

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