The European Union is moving ahead with its target of at least 27% of final energy consumption to be from renewables by 2030, and the UK aiming for 30%. The role of wind energy especially offshore is becoming more important than ever. The non-dispatchable nature of renewables make integration into the grid and maintaining the grid-stability an arduous and complicated task. HVDC technology is seen as a key enabler for achieving higher penetration of renewable energy in the grid.
We asked experts from our speaker panel at Offshore Power Transmission & HVDC 2021 about the key challenges in integrating RES into the grid.
At Offshore Power Transmission & HVDC 2021, Dr Spyros Karamitsos will speak on HVDC-OWF Integration Challenges & Stability Aspects in the Transforming Power Grids
At Offshore Power Transmission & HVDC 2021, George Fintzos will present a Case Study on the design and functional aspects of a new HVDC link of Crete Island with the mainland Transmission System of Greece
At Offshore Power Transmission & HVDC 2021, Haani Saad will speak on Composite Testing of HVDC-connected Offshore Wind Farms
At Offshore Power Transmission & HVDC 2021, Dr Oluwole Daniel Adeuyi will speak on Multi-terminal Extension of Existing HVDC Schemes
We are bringing together experts in Offshore Power Transmission, Electrical Engineering & HVDC technologies to discuss the latest trends, challenges and best-practices.
Interested to know more about the best-practices in offshore power transmissions, cabling and HVDC links? Then, we have got a virtual conference for you! Join our Offshore Power Transmission and HVDC 2021 to gain insights with our unique long peer-to-peer interaction model.