Today, the grid stability enhancement is becoming more and more important for network operators and is important to be addressed when considering the various alternatives of a power transmission investments.
The HVDC technology can provide more secure and optimized control of the network's load flow, as well as quick power restoration in the event of a significant disturbance, even a blackout. HVDC transmissions can compensate for fluctuations in power, voltage and frequency, making it an ideal technology for stabilizing a power system. In addition, more DC links will contribute to reduced system losses, increased transmission capacity and improved power quality.
This webinar will give you better understanding about how our HVDC solutions ensure the stability of the grid. We will also demonstrate our Grid Stability App revealing how the HVDC technology is working to enhance grid stability.
Join us to learn how the HVDC technology from Hitachi Energy makes it possible to increase stability and controllability of the grid and retain power transmission in the network.
Peter Lundberg is the Global Product Manager for HVDC Interconnectors in Hitachi Energy. He studied Electrical Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology; Gothenburg, Sweden, M.SC Elec Eng 1989 and Lic Eng 1994.
He joined Hitachi Energy Corporate Research, in 1994, and became part of the ABBs development of voltage source converter for transmission solutions. In 2001 he joined the HVDC business unit working with R&D, technology management and product management. Peter interest of technology is power electronics and power systems. He is also a member of Cigré and part of CENELEC working groups.