报 告 人：Prof. Nikos D.Hatziargyriou
会议时间：2月15日 (周三) 15:00
Nikos D. Hatziargyriou (Life Fellow, IEEE) is with the National Technical University ofAthens (NTUA), since 1984,Professor in Power Systems,since 1995,and Professor Emeritus, since 2022. He is Part-time Professor at the University of Vaasa, Finland. He has over 10 years of industrial experience as Chairman and the CEO of the Hellenic Distribution Network Operator(HEDNO) and as Executive Vice-Chair and Deputy CEO of the Public Power Corporation (PPC), responsible for the Transmission and Distribution Divisions. He has participated in more than 60 R&D projects funded by the EU Commission, electric utilities and industry for fundamental research and practical applications. He has authored or coauthored more than 300 journal publications and 600 conference proceedings papers. He was the Chair and Vice-Chair of ETIPSNET. He is past EiC of the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems and currently EiC-at-Large for IEEE PES Transactions. He is included in the 2016, 2017 and 2019 Thomson Reuters lists of top 1% most cited researchers. He is the 2020 Globe Energy Prize laureate, recipient of the 2017 IEEE/PES Prabha S. Kundur Power System Dynamics and Control Awardand recipient of the 2023 IEEE Herman Halperin Electric Transmission and Distribution Award.
The share of distributed energy resources (DER), using mainly renewables, is increasing all over the worldcontributing to the energy system decarbonization and decentralization. Microgrids and Local Energy Communities are two concepts that are based on the aggregation of DER. Thus, they present similarities and despite their distinct differences, are often confused. In this presentation the definitions of Microgrids and Local Energy Communities will bereviewed and their similarities and differences highlighted. The benefits of DER aggregation on the operation and planningof modern power grids will be discussed. The ways and the effects of DER participation in EnergyMarkets, i.e., individually, aggregated by an Energy Service Provider and organized in a Local Energy Community, will be shown and compared. The definition and status of Local Energy Communities (LECs) in Europe will be presented and the basic obstacles for their practical implementation will be overviewed. Finally, study case examples from applied European projects will be provided.