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Demand Response and Direct Load Control for Renewable Energy Integration into Power Grid

With the high penetration of new energy sources, its strong random output has led to rapid dynamic fluctuations in active power and voltage, reduced utilization of main transformer equipments, significantly increased peak shaving and frequency modulation requirements, and substantial increased grid construction and operating costs. At the same time, load side resources such as thermostatically controlled loads, electric vehicles, industrial loads, and distributed energy storage have great potential for power regulation. By establishing load regulation models and studying the coordinated control technology of load response to grid regulation demand, it can greatly improve the capacity of new energy consumption and reduce grid operation and construction costs.

Organizer: Siyang Liao, Wuhan University, China
Biography: Liao Siyang is currently an associate professor and master tutor of School of Electrical and Automation, Wuhan University. He was selected as the "Young Talent Lifting Project" of China Institute of Electrical Engineering in 2019, and served as Deputy Secretary-General of Energy Storage Grid-connected and Operation Sub-technical Committee of IEEE PES Energy Storage Technology Committee (China). In 2016, he received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University, and worked as a visiting scholar at Denver University from November 2014 to November 2015.
He is mainly engaged in industrial load fine modeling and real-time control technology, and power system operation and control with a high proportion of new energy. He published more than 30 SCI papers and won second prize of technical invention by the Ministry of Education, and won the Best Paper Award of IEEE PES General Meeting. He served as Chairman of New Energy Grid Connection and Control Branch of 2019 APEEC Conference.
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