MIGRATE Final Conference
fter 4 years of intensive work, it´s a pleasure for the entire project consortium to invite you to the final conference of the MIGRATE Project, taking place in Brussels on 4th December 2019.
4th Dec 2019 Brussels, Belgium
MIGRATE, the largest TSO project funded by the EC, tackles the issues of the future power system due to the increasing share of power electronic devices and less inertia. The participation in the conference is a great opportunity for those who are interested to learn more about power system stabilization and possibilities of monitoring the grid. Additionally, new grid forming controls will be presented as well as how the protection schemes in a converter dominated transmission grid need to be adjusted. The audience will get a deep view into power quality phenomena and how to control these new challenges. As a conclusion the project provides recommendations for the pan-European grid in future. Be a part of the power electronic community in Europe and register for the conference. Besides people from TSOs, DSO, associations, manufactures, also policy makers are warm welcome to join us and learn more about our past four years’ work. You will have the chance to get in touch with the project members for exchange of knowledge and future work.
For the detailed agenda of the event, please click here.
P.S. If you are interested in the results of a specific work package, the registration for the most MIGRATE Roadshow events is still open.
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