Price: Early Bird $195 USD, Regular $240 USD; Student Early Bird $50 USD, Student Regular $75 USD
Lead Instructor: Deepak Ramasubramanian, Electric Power Research Institute
Instructors: Sairaj Dhople, University of Minnesota, Dominic Gross, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Brian Johnson, University of Texas at Austin, Wenzong Wang, Electric Power Research Institute, Duncan Callaway, University of California Berkeley, Philip Hart, GE Research
Increase in the interconnection of inverter-based resources around the world has brought about the need for grid forming (GFM) technology. However, the use of this technology for large-interconnected power networks is still an open field of research with many questions remaining open such as fault response, stability, and guarantee of grid-forming property. This tutorial will provide an overview of grid forming technology, and in-depth details regarding modeling, control, and stability analysis of GFM supported both by simulation and hardware results.