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TSO-DSO coordination and interoperability

Focus: Electrical Engineering

The growing penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) in transmission and distribution systems are changing the planning and operation requirements, imposing more coordination between system operators. New services have arisen, creating the need for a novel Use Case methodology to enable an active role at the distribution system level such that Transmission System Operators (TSOs) can coordinate with Distribution System Operators (DSOs) with regard to connected resources for different purposes.
Enhanced information and data exchange processes as required for future Transmission and Distribution system interoperability with regard to formally defined business and use cases as based on IEC 62559 standard and the Common Information Model (CIM) as defined in the IEC 61970/61968/62325 standard series; Explain developments of novel information systems and data exchange to support integrated modelling procedures to enhance whole system modelling and analysis, thereby providing the appropriate level of modelling accuracy required for fully coordinated operational planning; Introduce innovative designs for secure, scalable and standardised information systems and data exchange platforms to enable enhanced Transmission and Distribution system interoperability.
Though, the present course aims at presenting:
1) Standardised Information and Data Exchange for Transmission and Distribution. Use-Case Methodology following IEC 62559
2) Transmission and Distribution Interoperability Use Cases.
3) Modeling and demonstration of TSO/DSO interoperability.
Each module is composed of 2 hours, thus a 6-hour course. As dealing with general concepts, that is open to Graduate and Undergraduates, as well as to anyone interested in participating and discuss the topic.
Also, this course is not restricted to but can be of interest to the following field of knowledge: Engineering, Power Systems, Computing.

Professor: Hugo Morais (INESC-ID / IST Lisboa – Portugal), Tiago Soares (INESC-TEC – Porto – Portugal) and Bruno Henriques Dias (UFJF)

Language: English

Mode of instruction: online

Courseload: 6 hours

Date&Time: July 18-20, 5pm-7pm

Target audience: undergraduate and graduate

Spots available: 95

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): 

SDG 7 – Affordable and Clean Energy