INTELEC95 Symposium 2016
Programma

OCHTENDPROGRAMMA

Theaterzaal

9:00
  Registratie
10:00
  Opening en welkom door Albert van den Bosch, burgemeester van Zaltbommel
10:15
 

The transition towards a renewable energy system: drivers and constraints
Jacqueline Cramer, hoogleraar Duurzame Innovaties aan de Universiteit van Utrecht, voormalig minister van Huisvesting, Ruimtelijke Ordening en Milieu

10:45
 

Energy for Telecommunications: the Next 25 years
Alex McEachern, voorzitter van IEEE en IEC Standaard Commissies

11:15
  Koffiepauze
11:30
 

Converting the Future: General trends in Power Electronics
Elena Lomonova, hoogleraar TU Eindhoven

12:00
 

Oudering van herlaadbare batterijen: een onvermijdelijk proces
Peter Notten, hoogleraar TU Eindhoven

12:30
  Lunch
   

In de lunchpauze kan deelgenomen worden aan een rondleiding van maximaal 45 minuten. De deelnemers kunnen kiezen tussen een beklimming van de toren van de Sint-Maartenskerk of een bezoek aan het Stadskasteel (afstand ongeveer 1 minuut lopen).

Beklimming van de toren van de Sint Maartenskerk
Vorig jaar zijn de deelnemers op het triforium van de kerk geweest. Dit jaar zullen ze verder omhoog gaan naar de klokken en naar het dak met een prachtig uitzicht over de Bommelerwaard (http://maartenskerk.nl/).

Bezoek aan het Stadskasteel
Het Stadskasteel is een monumentaal pand en voormalige woning van de veldheer Maarten van Rossum. Het omvat een klein museum over de geschiedenis van Zaltbommel en er wordt ook aandacht besteed aan Fiep Westendorp (Jip en Janneke). Zij is geboren in Zaltbommel en heeft hier ook een groot deel van haar leven gewoond (http://stadskasteelzaltbommel.nl/ ).

 

     

MIDDAGPROGRAMMA

Theaterzaal

13:45
 

Control and communication challenges of the future energy supply
Han Slootweg, ENEXIS, hoogleraar TU Eindhoven

14:15
 

Accelerate the energy transition with HVDC back-up Power
Trends and developments at the Intelec conference Osaka October 2015
Leendert Lam, Senior Project developer ESCo. ENGIE

14:45
  VIMSEN - VIrtual Microgrids for Smart Energy Networks
Ganesh Sauba, principal consultant DNV GL (KEMA)
15:15
  Koffiepauze
15:30
 

Een DC netwerk in je huis
Peter van Duijsen, Simulation Research

16:00
 

KPN Tier-4 datacenter en warmte-uitwisseling High Tech Campus Eindhoven
Ronald van Veen, Technisch Product Manager Housing datacenters, KPN datacenters

16:30
 

DOE-DC
Subtitel: Demonstration and Development of an Energy Infrastructure based on DC-technologies in the PrimA4a area in Greenport Aalsmeer
Pepijn van Willigenburg, Stichting Gelijkspanning

17:00
  Sluiting
17:15
  Borrel
    De borrel zal plaatsvinden in de tapperij van de Zaltbommelse Stadsbrouwerij, die zich direct achter de schouwburg bevindt. Er is keuze tussen 24 verschillende tapbieren.
18:00
  Diner


MIDDAGPROGRAMMA

Oranje zaal

15:30
 

DRV Power Consultancies
Veiligheid aspecten en mogelijke calamiteiten bij accu-installaties
Dick Vleeskruijer, senior accu consultant, DRV Power Consultancies
Aspecten zoals accu branden, blussen, aanrakingsgevaar en ventilatie en accu explosies komen aan de orde.

16:00
 

HUAWEI
The Best Revolution of Critical Engine to Big Data
Hans Hekmam, Senior Marketing manager, Data Centre Solutions, HUAWEI

16:30
 

ELFA
Energieopslag | Hybride Lead – Crystal Batterij-technologie
Eric van Os, Commercieel directeur ELFA

17:00
  Einde parallelle sessie Oranje zaal


Sprekers op het Symposium

Jacqueline Cramer

Prof. dr. Jacqueline Cramer is professor in sustainable innovation at Utrecht University, strategic advisor of the Utrecht Sustainability Institute and member of the Amsterdam Economic Board, particularly in charge of the circular economy. Moreover, she is director of the consultancy firm ‘Sustainable Entrepreneurship; strategy and innovation consulting’.
Before she was Minister of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment for the Labour Party (February 2007 – February 2010). Her background is primarily related to industry, working as a consultant for many years with more than 150 companies on the implementation of sustainable entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility.
Before she was Minister of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment for the Labour Party (February 2007 – February 2010). Her background is primarily related to industry, working as a consultant for many years with more than 150 companies on the implementation of sustainable entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility. Moreover she worked as part-time professor since 1990.
She was and still is member of various (inter)national advisory boards of the government, industry and non-profit organisations (e.g. previously crown member of the Dutch Social-Economic Council, member of the Advisory Board of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)/Netherlands, member of the non-executive board of Shell Netherlands, ASN Bank and FMO (Finance for Development Bank and presently among others chairman of the Plastic Soup Foundation, Nudge and the ESCo (Energy Service Companies) Netherlands network).

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Alex McEachern

Energy for Telecommunications: the Next 25 years

Alex McEachern will offer some 10-year predictions on topics that range from green energy, to bits-per-watt, to 380 volt DC systems, to indirect viral attacks on the power grid.  Looking out 25 years, McEachern predicts that microgrids will replace the present energy grids, and that telecommunication companies will be well-positioned to transform themselves into energy companies.  McEachern will conclude with some modest remarks about why his predictions are often wrong, and with some useful, practical recommendations.

Profile
Alex McEachern is a Fellow of the IEEE, and the Chairman of many IEEE and IEC Standards. He has worked on electric power challenges for telecommunication systems for 40 years in North America, Asia, Africa, Europe, and South America. He has been awarded 31 patents so far, and serves as President of Power Standards Lab (U.S.A.).

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Han Slootweg

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Control and communication challenges of the future energy supply

Worldwide, socities and politicians are strongly pursuing a more sustainable energy supply. A sustainable energy supply will differ profoundly in many respects from todays energy supply, which heavily relies on fossif fuels. Four intertwined developments will characterize the evolution towards a more sustainable energy supply:
* Contribution of electricity will increase
* Scale of electricity/energy production will decrease
* Controllability of electricity/energy production will decrease
* Amount of flexible electricity consumption will increase as electricity substitutes liquid and gaseous fossil fuels

It is therefore clear that the electrical power system is a cornerstone of the sustainable energy of the future, but it is also clear that this electrical power system will look different from the traditional system as it has developed in the 20th century. One important difference is the increasing information exchange that is required in the future electrical power system compared with the traditional system. Generation becomes distributed, uncertain and uncontrollable. Load becomes increasingly flexible, and this flexibility “behind the meter” must be mobilized for optimal operation of the power system. Balancing supply and demand becomes more complex because of reduced controllability of generation, increased flexiliblity of load and storage facilities. More advanced tariff schemes will be implemented and new commercial propositions will be offered. Grid operators may want or need to discriminate between time-critical and flexible consumption during peak loads or exceptional circumstances. An finally, new actors, such as energy cooperations and local microgrids are expected to enter the market.

In the lecture, these developments will be treated in more detail and various control and communication challenges that arise are explored within the context of the "smart grid", the expected, highly automated electricity grid of the future which is considered an essential precondition for realizing the sustainable energy supply of the future.

Profile

Prof. dr. ir. J.G. (Han) Slootweg received a MSc degree in Electrical Power Engineering in 1998 (cum laude) and a PhD degree in 2003, both from Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. He also holds a MSc degree in Business Administration. He is currently manager of the Innovation department of Enexis B.V. (formerly Essent Netwerk B.V.), one of the largest Distribution Network Operators of The Netherlands, where his spearheads are energy transition (including distributed generation and smart grids), asset condition assessment and increasing workforce productivity through new technology.
Before that, he was responsible for network planning and for the design of maintenance and renewal policies for Enexis' regional transmission networks. He has written two editions of the company's Quality and Capacity Plan required to meet regulatory obligations. He was also involved in the development, implementation and certification of Enexis' proprietary Risk Based Asset Management process, enabling Enexis to be the first firm outside the UK to acquire a PAS 55 certificate.
Han is also a part-time professor in Smart Grids at the Electrical Energy Systems group of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. He has authored and co-authored more than 75 papers, covering a broad range of aspects of the electricity supply. In 2007 Han won the Hidde Nijland prize for "significant contributions to electrical power engineering".

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Peter Notten

Oudering van herlaadbare batterijen: een onvermijdelijk proces

Aging is one of the most important battery characteristics in the development of economically viable (Hybrid) Electric Vehicle and Smart Grid applications. Many studies are devoted to the cycling performance of Li-ion batteries in order to understand the underlying aging mechanisms. Cyclable Lithium losses, due to lithium immobilization, and electrode materials decay are considered to be the most important factors leading to battery degradation. C6/LiFePO4 (LFP) batteries are excellent candidates to study the graphite anode aging since the cathode has outstanding (electro)chemical stability and voltage characteristics  at moderate temperatures. However, at higher temperatures the cathode also turned to be chemically unstable, giving rise to additional capacity losses. The various degradation mechanisms will be discussed based on simple analyses of measured battery voltage characteristics, in particularly the development of the thermodynamically determined Electro Motive Force (EMF) curves will be highlighted. It will be shown that by properly analyzing the EMF curves a nice distinction can be made between calendar ageing and cycling-induced ageing.


Profile
Peter H.L. Notten joined Philips Research in 1975. While working at these laboratories on the electrochemistry of etching of III-V semiconductors he received his PhD from the Eindhoven University of Technology in 1989. Since then his activities have been focusing on the research of hydride-forming materials for application in rechargeable NiMH batteries, switchable optical mirrors and gas phase storage, and Lithium-based rechargeable battery systems. Since 2000 he has been appointed as professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology. In 2014 he has also been appointed as visiting professor at the Amrita University, Coimbatore, India and at the Forschungszentrum Jűlich, Germany. His main interest includes the development of (i) advanced battery and hydrogen storage materials, (ii) new battery technologies, (iii) modelling of energy storage materials and complete rechargeable battery (NiMH and Li-ion) systems and (iv) the development of sophisticated Battery Management Systems (BMS). He is member of the Editorial Boards of Advanced Energy Materials and International Journal of Electrochemical Science. He has published as (co)author about 250 scientific papers and contributions to scientific books and owns about 30 patents.

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Leendert Lam

Accelerate the energy transition with HVDC back-up Power
Trends and developments at the Intelec conference Osaka October 2015

High Voltage DC power is al lange tijd een belangrijk onderwerp op het jaarlijkse INTELEC-congres. Deze techniek wint de laatste jaren vooral terrein in datacenters, terwijl de telecom providers nog steeds veelal inzetten op de lager DC-variant 48VDC. In Japan en China wordt er omwille van de enorme groei in de ICT dienstverlening en de vraag naar al maar meer bandbreedte naar oplossingen gezocht om op een zo efficiënt mogelijke manier aan deze groei te kunnen voldoen. Steeds vaker worden HVDC oplossingen gekozen, omwille van de betrouwbaarheid van het systeem, de hoge systeemefficiency door minder conversiestappen en gunstige operationele kosten. De Japanse Telecomprovider NTT heeft in 2015 besloten om binnen 15 jaar al haar gebouwen te voorzien van HVDC Nobreak systemen voor zowel Telecom als datacentertoepassingen. Ook Chinese telecomproviders geven aan meer en meer HVDC te willen gaan toepassen.

Met  deze grootschalige uitrol ontstaan er in de directe omgeving van telecomgebouwen en datacenters interessante opties om op HVDC-niveau aan te sluiten bij smart Grid en smart Area toepassingen. Immers bij smart Grids en smart Area’s  worden op gebiedsniveau in de directe omgeving van telecomgebouwen en DC’s met bewoners, kantoren en(industriële) bedrijven zelf energie opgewekt met windmolen, zonPV, elektrische auto’s, biomassacentrales en bodemopslagsystemen. Een belangrijke sleutel in het succes van Smart area toepassingen zijn de (batterij)opslagsystemen waarin opgewekte energie kan worden opgeslagen voor later gebruik. Binnen telecom- en datacenters zijn grote opslagsystemen beschikbaar die providers een unieke positie bieden om binnen een smart Area een belangrijk aandeel te nemen in de energie transitie met nieuwe toepassingen als bigdata en monitoring en mogelijk zelf een rol als energieregisseur of  energieleverancier.

Profiel
Leendert Lam is als energie consultant werkzaam bij Cofely Energy Solutions BV. Deze businessunit is onderdeel van Cofely Nederland NV dat op haar beurt onderdeel is van GDF-Suez. Binnen energy Solutions houdt Leendert zich bezig met het “duurzaam ontzorgen” van haar klanten in de utiliteit, telecombrache en datacenters door hoogwaardige duurzame energie services te bieden in combinatie met energie advies, prestatiemeting en exploitatie van duurzame energieopwekking. Leendert is 27 jaar werkzaam geweest bij KPN en heeft veel ervaring in de telecomwereld, waarvan 15 jaar in de energievoorziening en ruimteconditionering van telecomruimtes en datarooms.
Naast zijn elektronica opleiding aan de HTS in Arnhem heeft hij bedrijfskunde gestudeerd aan de HEAO in Zwolle en onderhoudsmanagement aan de Hogeschool van Utrecht. In 2005 heeft de studie energiekunde afgerond met als afstudeeronderwerp“Milieuvriendelijke koeloplossingen voor Streetcabinets”. Leendert is als Register Energieadviseur ingeschreven bij de Federatie van Energieconsultants.

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Peter van Duijsen

Dr. Ir. Peter van Duijsen has worked with computer simulation and power electronics for nearly 25 years. After receiving his Masters in Electrical Engineering, and working at the Technical University of Delft, he founded Simulation Research and developed the simulation program CASPOC. He received a PhD degree in 2003 in the field of Modeling and Simulation of Power Electronic Systems. Currently he heads the research and development department at Simulation Research. Since 2008 he is a guest lecturer at the Korean University of Technology and has a close cooperation with the Technical University of Delft regarding DC grids and storage.
Dr van Duijsen co-authored several textbooks in the field of Power Electronics, Drives, Solar, Wind and eVehicles and is involved in the development of educational training hardware in the field of renewable energy.
Expertise
The expertise is in the area of modeling and simulation. At Simulation Research we developed the power electronics and electric drives simulation program Caspoc. For a free download visit it us www.caspoc.com Industry
Industry
Working at the University of Delft is merely a passion for working with electrical systems. Next to my responsibility of being the CEO at Simulation Research, I devote a little bit of my time to working in the DC Systems and Storage group.

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Ronald van Veen

Ronald van Veen is Technisch Product Manager Housing datacenters binnen KPN IT Solutions. Het bedrijf  levert o.a. Colo diensten en managed services waaronder cloud diensten. KPN is in Nederland een van de grootste aanbieders van datacenter diensten en beschikt over “state of art” datacenters waar beschikbaarheid en energie-efficiëncy een hoofd rol speelt.
Ronald houdt zich bezig met de datacenter facility zijde waarbinnen de energievoorzieningen,  koelsystemen en gebouwen het werkveld zijn.
Hij is 27 jaar werkzaam bij KPN in energievoorzieningen en heeft zijn werkveld van telecommunicatie verlegd naar nu voornamelijk alleen nog de ICT, waar hij zich de laatste 10 jaar richt op datacenters.

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Rooktabir Nandan (Ganesh) Sauba

VIMSEN - VIrtual Microgrids for Smart Energy Networks

The phasing out of Feed-in-Tariff has made domestic prosumers reluctant to invest in Renewable Energy Sources in most part of Europe. The limited availability of excess electrical power from domestic prosumers, 4 -10 kW, does not give them any bargaining power when dealing with energy suppliers or utilities. This paper describes a tool that is being developed under the umbrella of an EU-funded project – VIMSEN to help small prosumers participate into a decentralized energy market and to help meet the requirement of EU2020 legislation. This tool can be used by energy aggregators to represent groups of individual prosumers that can form the basis of their customer base. It uses a dynamic decision support system that can change the composition of the cluster of prosumers/microgrid to satisfy an electricity demand requirement over a specific period of time. It also deals with the management of information through Service Level Agreements (SLAs) between the aggregator and the prosumers for the formation of microgrid/clusters of prosumers that can supply the required electricity demand. Many other factors such as weather conditions, building types, occupancy and  user habit, to name a few are used to generate day-ahead forecast both in terms of consumption and generation to help the aggregator meet its obligation to the market operator. These forecasts can also be utilised in the bid process used by market operators/DSOs etc. on the energy market.

Profile
Ganesh Sauba is a Principal Consultant within the Strategic Research and Innovation group based with DNV GL (KEMA) - Power and Electrification Division in Arnhem – The Netherlands. He has broad expertise in the Home Automation and Energy Management field, in particular, smart home technology, networking applications, sensors, detectors and alarm systems as well as testing/certification procedures (EMC). The smart home technology experience has included work on various 50/50 EU Funded Projects. (1) GAP {Gas Appliance Products}, (2) TEAHA {The European Application Home Alliance, (3) BeyWatch {Building Energy Watcher}. He has also successfully worked on TAHI, a UK Government DTi funded project on home automation and energy management. Ganesh has also developed a combined CO/CH4 networked alarm system for the domestic market and was the first of its kind to be BSi approved. He has also carried out extensive work in the sensor field which involved the design and development of a CO/CH4 sensor to fit the sampling cavity of combination gas boilers. Currently he is working on a new EU funded project VIMSEN, dealing with platforms for aggregators to create and manage Virtual Microgrids for Smart Energy Networks.
Ganesh is committee member on the BSi IST/006/0-/12 Home Electronic Systems and represent the UK at the CENELEC TC205 WG16 and WG18 on Smart Meters and Smart Cities. He is also a program committee member for the IEEE INTELEC & ICRERA organisation.
Ganesh Sauba got his BSc. Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Imperial College in 1980 and his Ph.D. in the field of Combustion from Imperial College/Middlesex University in 1988. He is also PRINCE2 Certified Practitioner (2007)

 

 

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Elena Lomonova

Converting the Future: General trends in Power

In recent years the demand for efficient power electronics has boosted the developments in this field. With the introduction of wide-bandgap devices and the dropping prices for silicon power electronic switches, a lot of new topologies become feasible. One of these is the family of multilevel power converters, which adds more switches to reduce the size of passive filtering components and increase the power quality. Together with wide-bandgap devices and new topologies, fast and cheap processors enable complex high-performance control. As a result, power converters can be realized with extremely high power densities.

Profile
Prof. dr. ir. Elena Lomonova (1959) studied Electromechanical and Control Systems at Moscow Aviation Institute (State University of Aerospace Technology), Russia. After graduating (cum laude), she started her industrial carrier at the Research and Development Company “Astrophysics”, Moscow, Russia (1982-1987). Afterwards she moved to the Electromechanical and Control Systems Department at State University of Aerospace Technology (MAI), and was active in research, education and industrial projects (1987-1997). She gained her PhD (cum laude, 1993) on researching of autonomous power and control systems for vehicles with laser equipment. Since 1998 she worked for the Delft University of Technology before joining Eindhoven University of Technology in 2000. In March 2009 she was appointed as a full-time professor. Her chair focuses on fundamental and applied research on enabling energy conversion theory, methods and technologies for high-precision, automotive and medical systems.

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Pepijn van Willigenburg

DOE-DC
Subtitel: Demonstration and Development of an Energy Infrastructure based on DC-technologies in the PrimA4a area in Greenport Aalsmeer

"The introduction of HPS growing lights for the greenhouse horticultural sector has brought an impressive increase in yield and year round crop-quality. This and other new technologies have made the sector very capital intensive. More recent years with ever rising use of electricity and adherent costs, have raised many questions, about sustainability amongst others. The last few years have brought about the development and development of DC-HPS fixtures for crop-growing purposes. This technology comes with many well founded promises.
This presentation will briefly introduce the history of growing light and its effect on the greenhouse Horticultural sector. It will elaborate on the development of the first prototypes, their performance and the effect on business-cases for growers. Third and lastly, this presentation will introduce the DOE-DC project. In this project, a greenhouse will be equipped with an 1.4 MVA DC-HPS installation. Next to that, this greenhouse will be equipped with a controllable CHP-plant and a DC cooling installation. On the neighbouring parcel, a 700 kVA DC-PV facility will be connected to the same AC/DC Grid connection as the Greenhouse. These two installations effectively become an (LV)DC-Grid, the first of its kind, in the Netherlands and perhaps abroad." 

Profile
Pepijn van Willigenburg holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Engineering from the The Hague University of Applied Sciences. He is presently an independant proposal and project manager specialized in Greenhouse Horticulture and Energy related projects. He is also a parttime researcher specialized in innovation and entrepreneurship at the The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THU).

 

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