The 4th International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop was held on the island of Crete (Greece) on 22 and 23 May. On its second day, the GRIDSOL innovation project was presented by the National Technical University of Athens-NTUA with the collaboration of the following partners: COBRA, IDIE, SBP, TECNALIA, DTU, ETRA, CESI, HEDNO and EA ENERGY.
The main objective of the 4th International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop is to discuss the challenges that arise with the integration of high shares of renewables (wind, solar, hydro) into isolated/island power systems/micro-grids in combination with batteries/flywheels and conventional power generators. Finding viable combinations of conventional and renewable energy is one key solution for the efficient and sustainable running of these power systems.
Under the name of “Feasibility Analysis of Smart Renewable Hubs in EU Islands” GRIDSOL presented in this session about modelling and simulation different configurations of Smart Renewable Hubs were shown to promote renewable energies.
International experts participated at 4th International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop to share their project experiences and to detect improvement areas.