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Our 2012 Eminent Speakers:
Stephan Kohler
German Energy Agency DENA
Renewable Energy Department
National Energy Administration of China
Preben Maegaard
World Council for Renewable Energy

Shi Dinghuan
The Counsellor of the State Council
Chinese Renewable Energy

Charles Smith
Executive Director, Utility Wind Integration Group UWIG
President, Nexgen
Dai Huizhu
Senior Consultant
China Electric Research Institute of SGCC

Luca Febbraio
North East Asia Regional Director
Wartsila Power Plants

Shi Pengfei
Vice President
Chinese Wind Energy Association
Takatoshi Shindo
Associate Vice President
Central Research Institute of
Electric Power Industry Japan
Robert Schainker
Senior Technical Executive
the Electric Power Research Institute, USA
Why This Event?

Breaking the Grid Integration Stalemate

In 2010 installed wind power capacity in China reached 41.827 GW, for the first time overtaking America and ranking No.1 globally. However, due to industry bottleneck of the state power grid much of this has sat in a state of “inability to integrate excess capacity”. Now the establishment of a standardized system and stimulating policies will break the wind power grid integration stalemate

China Strength from the 12th Five-Year Plan Smart Power Grid

In order to support the massive grid power integration, State Grid SGCC announced they will increase efforts in developing the power grid. SGCC announced that by 2015 they will have completed the smart grid, bringing the smart gird to international high-tech levels, and increasing its ability to integrate power from wind farms to 100 GW and solar farms by 5 GW.
According to statistics, at the end of 2010 State Grid had invested USD$6.3 billion, building 23.2 thousand kilometres of wind power grid integration power lines and 28.26 GW of wind regional power grid integration equipment stations, with maximum overall grid load of 4.2%, doubling every year for 5 years. Moreover, as the biggest limitation in wind power grid integration, State Grid has sped up technological standardization and equipment R&D implementation, increasing the grids allocation abilities.
Popular renewable energy integration issues will be discussed in Renewable Grid Integration China Summit 2012 in Beijing, such as grid integration update policies, regulatory frameworks, grid coding standardization, wind farm pilot project experiences and LVRT upgrade investment plans.
Especially for China’s “wind power grid integration standardization system”, will compose clearly specifying power grid, wind farm and other parties responsibilities, rights, benefits and outline a clear path for wind power grid integration from a commercial perspective.

  • To network with over 250 senior power & grid utility executives

  • To listen over 40 refreshing senior power and grid integration speakers

  • To know advance roadmap to action profiles of renewable energy grid integration in China

  • To discuss comprehensive topics across the Wind, Solar and Enegy Storage to Grid Chain
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