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Welcome to the Nordic electric power system seminar

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Power lines Photo: Pixabay

Chalmers Energy Area of Advance, University West and the Swedish Electricity Storage and Balancing Centre, SESBC, organize a power system seminar focusing on power system disturbances and robustness at the 9th of November. You are invited to take part in the seminar, listen to presentations, take part in discussions, and meet with colleagues and friends from the power industry and academia.

The seminar is free of charge. Participation can be either in person at Chalmers or via Zoom. Please register and book the seminar in your calendar and feel free to forward the invitation to colleagues and friends. Last day to register for the seminar is the 31st of October. 


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The programme:

Moderator: Evert Agneholm, University West
• 08:30-09:00 Registration
• 09:00-09:15 Introduction
• 09:15-09:55 Description and analysis of the Hagby incident 26th April 2023, Ellika Wik och Hannes Hagmar, Svenska kraftnät
• 09:55-10:40 Consequences for Forsmark nuclear power plants during the Hagby incident, Thomas Smed, Forsmark
• 10:40-11:10 Coffee break
• 11:10-11:50 The 1983 and 2003 blackouts in Sweden, Daniel Karlsson, Chalmers
• 11:50-12:30 Disturbances in Continental Europe Synchronous Area during the last years, Annica Gustafsson, Svenska kraftnät
• 12:30-13:30 Lunch
• 13:30-14:10 Requirements for generators (RfG)– a way to secure a stable and robust power system, Lena Max, University West
• 14:10-14:50 Verification of RfG – experiences from production units in Finland, Minna Laasonen, Fingrid
• 14:50-15:20 Coffee break
• 15:20-16:00 System Protection Scheme Installations in Norway, Kjell Petter Myhren, Statnett
• 16:00-16:40 The government's energy policy, Maja Lundbäck, Ministry of Climate and Enterprise
• 16:40-17:00 Concluding remarks, Evert Agneholm, University West
• 17:00 Mingle

After the seminar, there will be time for further discussions at the mingle.

Most welcome!