Participation on the Summer School on Smart Grid in University of Salerno, Italy

Two project team members, Tomislav Baškarad and Josip Đaković, participated on the Summer School on Smart Grid (Smart Grid Ancillary services: the effective utilization of integrated DERs, including ESRs, for their provision) which was held between 2nd to 5th July 2018 in University of Salerno, one of the largest in southern Italy. Its structure consists of modern buildings which offer many efficient services for teaching, research and student life in general.
The School provided an overview on problems, methodologies, techniques and economic assessment approaches related to the evaluation, planning and management of DERs to enable the deeper penetrations of integrated renewable resources at both the distribution and transmission levels. The School lectures were held by leading, world-class experts and leading industry practitioners, who presented tutorials on some of the cutting-edge developments in the smart grid area and discussed the remaining challenges which have to be solved in a transition towards more flexible power systems. As a part of the School program, participants have visited  TERNA Dispatching Centre of South of Italy. The School program can be found here.


The picture of participants at the opening of School with Rector of the University of Salerno


Tomislav and Josip listening to a lecture with other participants