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Clean Energy Transition toward Power Converter-Dominated Power Systems

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Faced with climate change, the Clean Energy Transition (CET) is not just an option, it’s an imperative. The CET relies on technologies such as renewables, energy efficiency, and electrification, with emerging contributions from hydrogen and carbon capture. These areas have seen significant advances due to matured energy processing systems, including power electronics, energy storage and power-to-X transformation technologies, among others, and digital systems comprising IoT, smart-metering, communications, computational intelligence and cloud computing, among others, complemented by progress in materials and manufacturing. In this Lecture Series, we will explore the pioneering technologies that will transform our carbon-dependent society to a carbon-neutral one. We will advance in understanding energy efficiency, renewable energy, electrification, digitalization, and beyond. Together, we will navigate the challenging landscape of the future of energy – digitalized, decentralized, and decarbonized. Join us on this journey towards energy transition, catalyzing a greener, cleaner, and more sustainable future. Co-sponsored by: Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR – RESCOM programme – ENERTRANS project) and locally organized by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) Speaker(s): Prof. Sibylle Dieckerhoff Agenda: CONTENTS – Power electronic components in the electric power system: – Converters and their application fields in the electric grid – Efficiency demands and wide bandgap power semiconductor perspectives – Filters – Control demands, grid following versus grid forming control of power converters – Power converter models for grid stability investigations – Grid faults and providing inertia in power converter-dominated systems 7, Ënnert den Héichiewen, Université du Luxembourg (Belval Campus), Esch-Belval, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, L-4362, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/406071

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