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Hitachi Energy @ IEEE PES T&D 2024

May 6 - 9, 2024 | California, United States

lundi, 06.05.2024, 12:00 - jeudi, 09.05.2024, 17:00 PDT
California, United States
ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER, Anaheim

Check out this blog from Anthony Allard, Head of Hitachi Energy in North America.

Learn about our strides in grid modernization and sustainability efforts, and how we're keeping the lights on for a sustainable future. Join us at IEEE PES T&D to continue the conversation!

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We provide tailored solutions and services across the whole customer value chain that help transform the transmission and distribution network for new demands:

Substation and power distribution

We provide digitally-enabled as well as eco-efficient (EconiQ™) distribution transformers, and power distribution systems for a highly reliable, efficient substation and full control of the grid from anywhere. This is enabled by new data-gathering hardware and smart, automated control systems that allow distribution leaders to make their operations more efficient.

Battery energy storage systems and e-mesh™

We help you transition to the new distributed energy model through a portfolio that offers end-to-end microgrid solutions, combining advanced analytics, software technology, and hardware systems. From the field to the boardroom, we enable and boost our customers to accelerate your sustainability and economical performance to stay ahead of the curve.

Grid-eXpand™

Our range of modular and prefabricated grid connection solutions is scalable and enables easy upgrade or expansion. We make it faster, simpler and more efficient to expand power grid capacity and accelerate the transition to a more sustainable energy system.

Systems and software

Comprehensive software to cover everything from asset and work management (Lumada APM, Vegetation Manager) to advanced distribution management (Network Manager ADMS) and distributed energy resource management. We make it easy to cut asset downtime, manage maintenance more efficiently, balance the grid as you integrate renewables, and monitor and control distribution more efficiently.

Power Consulting Services

Operating as an independent system-agnostic organization, with knowledge of technologies, standards, and local grid codes worldwide, we help you address issues of network strategy, planning, operations, capacity, efficiency, stability, security, reliability, and resiliency. After identifying key challenges, we recommend tailored solutions specific to your needs.

EnCompass™ Agreements

Our customizable frameworks pave the way for sustainable and reliant end-to-end support, covering products, systems, and accessing specialized services tailored to your needs. Our customizable agreements – including risk monitoring, maintenance planning, and execution service – ensure you safeguard investments while meeting unique energy system performance requirements, now and in the future.

Lifecycle Services

We provide upgrades, updates and retrofits spanning the entire life of your grid assets, from installation to decommissioning. Use expert insights on existing assets for advice on best practices and investment plan assessments to improve outlook of returns, and help you improve operational sustainability by ensuring reliability of the electrical grid and its elements.

Power Quality

We provide a complete portfolio of static and dynamic solutions, including reactors, filters, capacitor banks, STATCOM, and synchronous condensers. We’ve spent decades pioneering better substation solutions and improving standard practices to ensure you can deliver reliable, affordable power – even under the most demanding conditions.

Interested in learning more on site? Come see out our mini presentations each day in our booth:

Sessions

day 1
Monday 6 May
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
STABILIZING THE GRID OF TOMORROW USING GRID-FORMING SOLUTIONS
Due to changing utility infrastructure with regards to increased penetration of inverter-based generation and retirement of conventional generation, dynamic shunt compensation solutions are becoming ever more vital for transmission system operation and reliability. The emergence of Voltage Source Converter (VSC), STATCOMs with energy storage, and Synchronous Condensers, have increased potential grid stabilization applications through grid-forming technologies. As utility requirements become more complex, the optimal solution may be a combination of available and future technology. This tutorial presents approaches to planning and functional specification, technology principles with example installations, a comparative evaluation of performance, and an analysis of future trends expected to influence technology development and its place in the market.
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Mikael Halonen
Head Application Engineering - Grid and Power Quality Solutions & Service
day 2
Tuesday 7 May
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
VSC & GRID STABILIZATION TECHNOLOGIES
The increased application of Voltage-Source Converter (VSC) technology has led to many new challenges and innovative applications of this technology. STATCOMs and VSC-HVDC are the two most common applications. This panel session describes emerging terms, new technologies, experimental configuration topologies as well as some implementation experiences with regard to these technologies. A key focus of this panel session is also the grid-stabilization applications and algorithms that are currently being applied worldwide. Some topics that are proposed to be discussed are: A. Grid-forming and Grid-following technologies B. VSC-STATCOM applications C. VSC-HVDC applications
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Mikael Halonen
Head Application Engineering - Grid and Power Quality Solutions & Service
day 3
Wednesday 8 May
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
SUPER SESSION 02: TRANSMISSION BUILDOUT – THE SOLUTIONS WE HAVE AND THE BREAKTHROUGHS WE NEED
The next 10-20 years will witness an unprecedented buildout of the transmission infrastructure, a necessity to support new resource development. This panel session will delve into the challenges and solutions associated with achieving a transmission system apt for a clean energy future. It will highlight the need for a more proactive and strategic approach in planning, designing, building, and operating existing infrastructure upgrades. The discussion will also encompass new transmission projects and the role of grid enhancing technologies. These elements combined can lead to effective and less costly implementation, paving the way for breakthroughs in the field. Join us as we explore the solutions we have at hand and the breakthroughs we need to ensure a sustainable energy future.
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Anthony Allard
Executive Vice President, Head of North America
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
ENHANCING GRID RESILIENCE WITH HVDC AND FACTS
This panel will review positive impacts of HVDC and FACTS have on system resilience. Potential vulnerabilities of the bulk power system through the interconnected nature ac systems as well as through SCADA and other communication systems will be reviewed. Followed by a discussion of how FACTS and HVDC protection, control, and communication systems differ from those for conventional ac systems. HVDC and FACTS systems also have the ability to improve the resilience of the bulk power system. FACTS devices, LCC HVDC systems, VSC-based systems, and multiterminal DC grids will be compared in terms of their abilities to impact system resilience in the face of major disturbances or cyber-physical events. Potential detection and mitigation ideas will be presented. Example case studies based on existing or proposed systems will be presented.
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Reynaldo Nuqui
Senior Principal Scientist
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
HVDC INTEGRATION: INTEROPERABILITY & BREAKERS
As greater penetration of high-voltage direct current (HVdc) systems happens in the world, there are technical challenges that need to be addressed to create direct current (dc) system or grid. The dc system can be a multi-terminal dc (MTdc) system. For such systems or grids, it is imperative to understand the means to scale such systems with flexibility, integrate breakers and protection schemes, and operate with equipment from different vendors. These are some of the challenges identified during multiple workshops that have been conducted recently on HVdc systems and will be discussed in detail during this panel session. The session will include speakers from HVdc vendors, national laboratory, and US Department of Energy (DOE) to discuss the latest developments in breakers and interoperability. These include developments in US, Europe, and other parts of the world. The focus in this session will be to converge upon the next set of challenges that need to be addressed, while reviewing the current state-of-the-art and ongoing research & development. The session will include 4-5 speakers with each speaker presenting for 20 minutes. There will be a panel discussion at the end of the session. This session will provide content that power system engineers, researchers, and policy makers will be interested in.
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Etienne Veilleux
HVDC Business Development
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Poster Session Reception / Student Poster Contest - ACC North Building Level 2
Dry-type transformers with reduced dimensions for photovoltaic generation: benefits of recent developments and CompactCool
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Luiz Oliveira
Global Product Specialist - Dry Type Transformers
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Poster Session Reception / Student Poster Contest - ACC North Building Level 2
TVP: the ultimate transient voltage protection benefits
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Luiz Oliveira
Global Product Specialist - Dry Type Transformers