International Energy Systems Integration European Workshop 2014

The International Energy Systems Integration European Workshop 2014 was held May 27–28, 2014, at Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen, Denmark.

For a summary of workshop topics and list of attendees, see the workshop minutes. The workshop agenda and accompanying presentations are provided below.

Day 1 Agenda

Opening Plenary Session

Welcome Address From Technical University of Denmark

Marianne Thellersen, Technical University of Denmark

Energy Systems Integration: A European Imperative

Marie Donnelly, European Commission

U.S. Perspectives on Energy Systems Integration

Dana Christensen, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Outputs From Washington Workshop and Introducing the Themes of the Copenhagen Workshop

Mark O'Malley, University College Dublin

Regulation, Policy, and Market Design Session

Introducing the Topic

William D'haeseleer, KU Leuven

An Appraisal of the EU Internal Energy Market

Ignacio Perez-Arriaga, University Commillas Madrid, Florence School of Regulation, MIT

Experiences of PJM and Other U.S. Markets in a Deregulated Environment: What Has Worked and What Are the Challenges?

Andrew Ott, PJM Interconnection

Maryland's Competitive Electricity Markets: Where We've Been and Where We're Going

Anne E. Hoskins, Maryland Public Service Commission

Hybrid Utility Regulation in the U.S. Midwest: Achievements and Challenges

Eric Callisto, NARUC's Committee on International Relations, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

Open Discussion

 

Day 2 Agenda

Gas-Electricity Interdependence

Setting the Scene:  Incorporating Recommendations From the Research Task Force

Juha Kiviluoma, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Synergies Between Gas and Electricity

Christian Hewicker, DNV GL

Adapting Gas-Power Generation

Sandra Scalari, ENEL

Multi-Infrastructure Approaches for Gas and Electricity Distributions Systems

Roch Drozdowski, Mission Smart Grids, GrDF

Open Discussion

 

Decentralization and Demand-Side Management

Setting the Scene

Benjamin Kroposki, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Key Regulatory Challenges for DER Flexibility Valuation: Lessons Learned From First U.S. Large-Scale Deployments

Laurent Schmitt, Alstom Smart Grid Solutions

Technical Challenges for System Operators in Facilitating Demand-Side Aggregation and the Smart Grid

Patrick Liddy, Activation Energy, EnerNOC

Integration of Distributed Energy into the Danish Energy System

Simon Børresen, DONG Energy

Demand Response: The Atlantic Divide

Michael Hogan, Regulatory Assistance Project

Flexibility, Distributed Resources, and Multi-Energy Systems

Patrick Van-Hove, SET Plan European Electricity Grids Initiative and Smartgrids Technology Platform

Open Discussion

 

Water-Energy Nexus

Setting the Scene

Peter Steen Mikkelsen, Technical University of Denmark

The Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Global Conflicts and Possible Solutions

Gustaf Olsson, Lund University

The Energy-Water Nexus as Seen by the World Energy Council

Karl Rose, World Energy Council

Water and Energy Nexus: Viewpoint From an Electric Utility

Laurent Bellet, EDF

Open Discussion

 

Energy Technology Perspectives

Energy Technology Perspectives in light of Energy Systems Integration

Jean Francois Gagne, International Energy Agency

Panel Debate

Dana Christensen, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Laurent Schmitt, Alstom Smart Grid Solutions
Karl Rose, World Energy Council
Eric Callisto, NARUC's Committee on International Relations, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

Open Discussion

 

Closing Session

Outputs From Workshop

Mark O'Malley, University College Dublin