Stabiliz-Energy is an Indo-European Research and Innovation Initiative under the New INDIGO Partnership Program. The project aims to provide local regions and populations a cost-effective infrastructure and functional solution to combine local renewable energy sources with a high level of energy availability and sufficient quality of service for everyday use. It targets micro and small smart networks, which facilitate integration of these energy sources locally and regionally. The project has a complementary consortium consisting of experts from different domains. The problem of power outage or disruption is handled using solutions from ICT, power engineering and the low-cost hardware technologies available in market.
The workshop attempts to demonstrate and explore possible solutions towards achieving automation for a radial distribution grid.
The distribution and sub-distribution system offer the electricity board very minimal visibility, control or resilience to systemic inconsistencies or glitches.
In our endeavor, we have mimicked a radial distribution grid by creating a test-bed consisting of real loads in our campus.
The test-bed is reconfigurable in the event of fault and augmented by an ICT enabled metering and communication infrastructure.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India
PI: Dr. Maneesha V Ramesh
Evoleo Technologies LDA, Portugal
PI: Mr. Rodolfo Martins
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
PI: Dr. Salkat Chakrabarti
Prof. S. N. Singh
Technical Research Center, Finland
PI: Dr. Kari Maki
Mr. Pekka Savolainen
Fortiss, GmbH, Germany
PI: Dr. Pragya Kriti Gupta
Dr. Markus Duchon
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schaetz
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 09:30