The Future of Energy Supply
Description of the seminar
The aim of creating a sustainable energy system by increasing the share of energy from renewable sources leads to a change towards a decentralised and highly volatile electricity generation. This transformation induces new requirements for all parties involved in the energy system, for example increasing transmission capacities and new operation strategies. In this context, the impact on electricity generation, transmission, distribution and consumption is discussed. Potential technical and regulatory measures to mitigate arising problems are presented.
- Allocation of a current topic from the field of energy supply of the future
- Topics will be presented in an introductory event
- After the introductory event, a presentation coaching will take place
- Preparation of the assigned topic through own research
- Presentation of the researched contents in a lecture (10min)
- For students in a Master Program: Written paper on the topic
- Final lecture by a representative from an industry background
- Sample topics from the last semesters:
- Local markets in distribution grids
- Expansion potential and location of hydropower in Europe
- Hardware-in-the-Loop: A Test System applicable for HVDC System Integration?
Study course (Bachelor or Master) related to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Participation allocated via RWTHonline
The goal of this seminar is to acquire techniques for the visualisation and presentation of complex technical topics and being acquainted with an interesting and future-relevant topic within the framework of the future of energy supply.
Attendance at the introductory event and industry lecture as well as presenting the researched contents in a presentation. In addition, for students in a Master Program: writing a paper on the topic.
Literature will be made available individually to suit the topic.
Notes on application
The number of participants is limited.
Places will be allocated automatically after registration in RWTHonline.
Location and time of the introductory session will be announced ahead of the seminar.