The 7th IEEE Workshop on the Electronic Grid (eGrid 2022) will be held on 29 Nov – 2 Dec, 2022 in Auckland, New Zealand. This workshop is jointly sponsored by IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) and IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES). With the increasing applications of power electronics in the power grid, these two independent domains of power engineering are increasingly being integrated more closely from a systems viewpoint, ever than before. eGrid provides an international forum for academics and industry in the field of electronic grid to exchange information on their latest research ideas, progresses, developments, experiences, achievements, state-of-art technical trends, and applications.
The previous eGrid workshops have been held with great success in Hefei China (eT&D 2016), Aalborg Denmark (eT&D 2017), Charleston USA (eGrid 2018), Xiamen China (eGrid 2019), Aachen Germany (eGrid 2020), and USA (eGrid 2021). The conference papers will be indexed by EI and included in IEEE Xplorer.
eGrid 2022- Auckland includes the traditional 3-day themed panels, presentations and posters focusing on:
- Green Energy Technologies
- The future workforce to support deeper renewable electrification
- Innovations and start-ups to support AC/DC Hybrid Grid end-to-end operation
- Technical challenges for addressing planning
- Operation of and maintaining the Hybrid grid
Social events to interact and engage amongst attendees that includes welcome session, poster session and workshop banquet will also be a key part of eGrid 2022 delegate experience.
Hybrid AC/DC Grid Day is being developed for 2nd of December open to all workshop attendees. More details to emerge in the coming weeks.
|2018||Charleston, SC, USA||https://www.aconf.org/conf_156881.html|
|2022||Auckland, New Zealand||https://egrid2022.com/|