Call for Papers

Call for Papers re-opened: New abstracts welcome

In order to give a presentation at the workshop, please submit a short abstract first, maximum 3,000 characters (free style, plain text). Abstracts can be submitted until 30 November 2020 (extended!) here:

  • Final papers must be submitted online until 2 February 2021.
  • As the conference language is English, all abstracts and papers have to be written in English.
  • All participants are responsible for paying their own travel and hotel expenses.

>>> PLEASE NOTE THAT SPEAKERS WILL PAY A REDUCED WORKSHOP FEE! <<<

Note to all authors who were already notified about the acceptance of their abstract either for oral or for poster presentation at the workshop program 2020:

  • This notification remains valid.
  • Your contribution title stays in the workshop program, nevertheless, the assigned session may change after the program review at the beginning of December 2020.
  • The new paper submission deadline 2 February 2021 applies to both „old“ and „new“ authors.
  • Emails from the organizers sent via the online submission system can be found in your Account of the Online Submission Platform under Your Account » Emails.

hybrid workshop 2021 submission deadlines

ATTENTION! Startups Wanted!

Become one of the Startups of the Hybrid Power Systems Workshop! You can create key partnerships during the 1:1 meetings that you can arrange throughout the event. And don’t forget that you have the opportunity to present your startup to the International Renewable Energy Grid Integration Community. Showcase your experiences, developments and findings at the Hybrid Power Systems Workshop – maybe even in your own startup session. Contact us at info[at]hybridpowersystems.org to explore your options!
 

Proposed Preferential Topics of the Workshop

  • Hybrid Power Systems Design Options (Island Power Systems)
  • Hybrid Power Plant Design Options (Combined Wind &Solar plus may be storage as a power plant connected to a grid)
  • Hybrid Power System Technologies
  • Project Experience and Case Studies: Hybrid Power Systems
  • Project Experience and Case Studies: Hybrid Power Plants
  • Storage Design and Sizing
  • System Modelling and Simulation: Hybrid Power Systems
  • System Modelling and Simulation: Hybrid Power Plants
  • Remote Mining and Tourist Applications
  • Intelligent Control and Grid Stabilization

 

  • Resource Assessment and Forecasting
  • Managing Variability and Uncertainty
  • Pico-/Mini-/Micro-Grid Systems Design
  • Economic Evaluation of Hybrid Power Systems
  • Load Assessment Strategies
  • Regulatory Challenges related to Hybrid Power Systems
  • Protection Issues for Hybrid Power Systems
  • Design of Energy Management Systems for Hybrid Power Systems
  • Standards and relevant Grid Codes for Hybrid Power Systems
  • Standards and relevant Grid Codes for Hybrid Power Plants
  • Ancillary Services in Hybrid Power Systems

 

Focus of the Workshop

The 5th International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop offers a prime opportunity to discuss the future of hybrid power systems. Participants will look at applications in a variety of locations and operating environments with a focus on system design, operating experience, business models, economics, and implementation issues.

 

Workshop Target Group

  • system planners and designers
  • operators of small systems
  • project developers and consultants
  • universities and research institutes
  • regulators and NGOs
  • technology vendors of distributed variable generation & storage technology