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Future Electricity Distribution Grid R&D

Future Electricity Distribution Grid R&D

Program and presentations

Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel
Kjøpmannsgata 73, 7010 Trondheim, Norway
09.04.2019 10:00 Legg til i kalender
09.04.2019 17:00
22.03.2019 16:00:00

In the transition to the future intelligent, cost-effective and robust electricity grid, flexibility in the distribution system is crucial. Variable distributed generation (DG), dispatchable loads and energy storage are resources that, if properly addressed, may facilitate the transition. To realise the flexibility potential in grid operation, pervasive monitoring, control and automation is needed. This calls for reliable and secure communication systems. These are all important topics in CINELDI, and this year's conference would present results from the research on flexibility and communication, and provide discussions around these topics.


  • Welcome and introduction (Gerd Kjølle, SINTEF Energy Research)
  • Flexibility and smart grid communication from the CINELDI perspective (Kjell Sand, SINTEF Energi)
  • Key-note: Flexible resources to facilitate the smart grid transition (Mattia Marinelli, Technical University of Denmark)
  • Mini scenarios and use cases for application of flexible resources in the future power system (Hanne Sæle, SINTEF Energy Research)
  • Mobile and stationary batteries in the distribution grid: where are the largest benefits? (Magnus Korpås, NTNU)
  • Customers' involvement in flexibility (Tomas Skjølsvold, NTNU)
  • Flexibility seen from a DSO perspective (Eivind Gramme, Skagerak Nett)
  • Key-note: Smart grid communication and cybersecurity (Anne Remke, University of Münster)
  • Smart grid operation (Poul Heegaard, NTNU)
  • Cybersecurity misuse cases for future distribution grids (Marie Moe, SINTEF Digital)
  • 5G communications for smart grid applications (Michele Garau, NTNU)
  • Cybersecurity risk identification and modelling – a case study of a smart city grid (Aida Omerovic, SINTEF Digital)
  • Pilot projects in CINELDI (Magne Kolstad, SINTEF Energy Research)
  • Wrap up and closure (Gerd Kjølle, SINTEF Energy Research)