The global trend of decarbonization drives renewables to be major power resources across the world including Japan, especially at distribution-level. Various types of DERs such as battery energy storage and demand response also have been deployed, which have possibility to change the existing energy utilizations drastically.
These environmental changes bring potentials and challenges for system planning and operation on whole networks integrating the new resources. DERs have great potentials to supply ancillary services such as frequency control and voltage support and enhance the resiliency for power systems. Novel equipment and analytical methodologies for power system performance are expected to be developed and progressed.
This transformation advances the coordination among transmission, distribution and DERs with state-of-the-art ICT and digital technology and requires the policy changes and new market mechanisms. It also accelerates the integration with different types of sector such as heat and mobility industries.
The theme of the symposium is “Power System Transformation including Active Distribution”. The preferential subjects are below:
- PS1: Driving towards an enhanced system reliability, security and resiliency
- PS2: New commercial and technical relations between TSO, DSO, and customers
- PS3: Innovative developments for a sustainable power network
The detail is available at Call for Papers.
Taking the current situation of COVID-19 and travel restriction around the world into consideration, Kyoto Symposium will be the hybrid conference. Participants can attend the conference either onsite or remotely.
Submission of full papers
We’re waiting for authors whose synopses were accepted to submit the full papers at submission link.
|Registration open||3rd December 2021|
|Receipt of full paper||15th January 2022|
|Early bird deadline||31st January 2022|
|Notification of final acceptance||14th February 2022|
We’re welcoming your registration (registration link) and looking forward to meeting with you either face-to-face or online on April 2022.
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