Role of Forecasting in Power Systems

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Role of Forecasting in Power Systems


Title of the webinar: Role of Forecasting in Power Systems
Key Speaker: Dr. Sri Niwas Singh (IEEE DLP lecturer)
Professor - Madan Mohan MalviyaUniversity of Technology
Gorakhpur
Deoria Road
Gorakhpur, UP
India
IEEE Region 10 (Asia and Pacific)
 
Abstract: 
 
Due to rapid industrialization and increased standard in the life style, the electric power requirement is increasing day-by-day. Various concerns related to progressive depletion of traditional fossil energy sources, increasing cost of fossil fuels, environmental protection, etc. have increased the interest in integrating renewable energy sources into the existing power systems. In the presence of renewable energy sources along with the volatile nature of demand and supply in electricity market environment, it has become a challenging task for the power utilities to perform proper scheduling of the generating units to serve the load demand at minimum operating cost. Forecasts are carried for various lengths of forecast horizons based on the requirements. A short term forecast is useful in dealing with the operational problems like frequency and power balance, voltage and reactive power support, and power quality issues. On the other hand, a long term forecast is useful for planning and operational problems like, economic scheduling, unit commitment and spinning reserve allocation. Power System forecasting include load, price, RES output, ancillary services.  Various techniques are suggested in past including both the conventional and non-conventional techniques. The operation and stability of electric power system is primarily governed by demand and supply balance. Various forecasting models based on Adaptive Wavelet Neural Network (AWNN) for hourly prediction, as well as day-ahead power forecast will be discussed.


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  • Date: 20 Feb 2021
  • Time: 08:30 AM to 09:30 AM
  • All times are (UTC-05:00) Lima
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  • Starts 01 January 2021 11:43 PM
  • Ends 20 February 2021 08:25 AM
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Dr. Prof. Sri Niwas Singh Dr. Prof. Sri Niwas Singh of Madan Mohan Malviya University of Technology

Topic:

Role of Forecasting in Power Systems

Abstract: 
 
Due to rapid industrialization and increased standard in the life style, the electric power requirement is increasing day-by-day. Various concerns related to progressive depletion of traditional fossil energy sources, increasing cost of fossil fuels, environmental protection, etc. have increased the interest in integrating renewable energy sources into the existing power systems. In the presence of renewable energy sources along with the volatile nature of demand and supply in electricity market environment, it has become a challenging task for the power utilities to perform proper scheduling of the generating units to serve the load demand at minimum operating cost. Forecasts are carried for various lengths of forecast horizons based on the requirements. A short term forecast is useful in dealing with the operational problems like frequency and power balance, voltage and reactive power support, and power quality issues. On the other hand, a long term forecast is useful for planning and operational problems like, economic scheduling, unit commitment and spinning reserve allocation. Power System forecasting include load, price, RES output, ancillary services.  Various techniques are suggested in past including both the conventional and non-conventional techniques. The operation and stability of electric power system is primarily governed by demand and supply balance. Various forecasting models based on Adaptive Wavelet Neural Network (AWNN) for hourly prediction, as well as day-ahead power forecast will be discussed.

Biography:

Dr Sri Niwas Singh
FIEEE (USA), FNAE, FIET (UK), IE(I), IETE(I), FAvH

Prof S. N. Singh obtained his M. Tech. and Ph. D. in
Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology
Kanpur, in 1989 and 1995. Presently, he is Professor (HAG),
Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of
Technology Kanpur, India. Before joining IIT Kanpur as
Associate Professor, Dr Singh worked with UP State Electricity Board as Assistant
Engineer from 1988 to 1996, with Roorkee University (now IIT Roorkee) as
Assistant Professor from 1996 to 2000 and with Asian Institute of Technology,
Bangkok, Thailand as Assistant Professor from 2001 to 2002. He was Vice-
Chancellor of Madan Mohan Malviya University of Technology Gorakhpur
during April 2017 to July 2020. Dr Singh received several awards including
Young Engineer Award 2000 of Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE),
Khosla Research Award of IIT Roorkee, and Young Engineer Award of CBIP
New Delhi (India), 1996. Prof Singh is receipt of Humboldt Fellowship of
Germany (2005, 2007) and Otto-monsted Fellowship of Denmark (2009-10). Prof
Singh became first Asian to receive 2013 IEEE Educational Activity Board
Meritorious Achievement Award in Continuing Education. He is also recipients of
INAE Outstanding Teacher Award 2016 and IEEE R10 region (Asia-Pacific)
Outstanding Volunteer Award 2016. Dr Singh is appointed as IEEE Distinguish
Lecturer of Power & Energy Society from 2019 and Industry application Society
for 2019-2021. He is also recipient of NPSC 2020 Academic Excellence Award.
His research interests include power system restructuring, FACTS, power system
optimization & control, security analysis, wind power, etc. Prof Singh has
published more than 500 papers in International/national journals/conferences and
supervised 31 PhD (12 PhD under progress). He has also written 23 book chapters,
6 Edited books and 2 text-books one on Electric Power Generation, Transmission
and Distribution and second is Basic Electrical Engineering, published by PHI,
India. Prof Singh has completed three dozen of technical projects in India and
abroad. His two NPTEL (YouTube) video lectures on HVDC Transmission and
Power System Operation & Control are very popular.
Prof Singh was Chairman, IEEE UP Section for 2013 & 2014, IEEE R10 (Asia-
Pacific) Conference & Technical Seminar Coordinator 2015-18 and R10 Vice-
Chair, Technical Activities (2019-2020). Presently Prof Singh is Immediate Past
Chairman of IEEE, India Council. Dr Singh is Fellows of, IEEE (USA), FIET
(UK), FNAE, FIE(I), FIETE, AvH.

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Saturday 20/02/2020 (08:30h) Lima/Bogotá (OR 19:00h Bombay - La India)

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