Proposal of new electricity architecture, the loose coupling and best mix of GRID and ECONetwork

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The Electricity system needs to change due to the climate change and distributed generators advancement as well as globalization. GRID since Edison days is a superb system for synchronous generators, but not good for distributed generators, especially, non-synchronous generators. We have proposed the loose coupling and best mix of GRID with synchronous generators for high voltage & big demands, and ECONetwork, Electricity Cluster Oriented Network®, with distributed generators for low voltage and small demands since 2003.
ECONetwork consists of clusters of ProSumers, Producers as well as Consumers, who have at least one generator and/or one battery, at least one appliance, and control equipment, named Power Router, and transfer only excess & shortfall electricity intermittently. We have developed a technology of controlling cluster, separating frequency & voltage from GRID, utilizing power electronics, which can control power flow without information infrastructure. This technology gives GRID reliability, resilience and efficiency. Combined the GRID and ECONetwork, consumers get more energy security.
The technology has been proven through computer simulation 2009, laboratory tests in Osaka Gas 2010~13 and Waseda University 2013, and field tested under people living circumstance in Osaka Gas 2013, and Yamagata governmental officers houses 2014~15. This seminar presents the results.



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  • Date: 16 Jul 2015
  • Time: 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
  • All times are Australia/Brisbane
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  • 26 Reddacliff Street
  • Brisbane, Queensland
  • Australia 4006
  • Building: ENERGEX, Level 1
  • Room Number: Brisbane Room

  • Starts 14 June 2015 08:00 PM
  • Ends 14 July 2015 08:00 PM
  • All times are Australia/Brisbane
  • No Admission Charge


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Mr. Satoshi Nagata

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Satoshi Nagata
EDUCATION:
’83 MS in Management, SLOAN Fellow, Stanford University Business school, USA
’71 BL in Public Law, the University of Tokyo, Japan.
’70 BL in Private Law, the University of Tokyo. Japan
Business Carrier:
A. ‘71-’79 TOSHIBA CORPORATION Electricity Division 1
Sales & marketing chief in Hydro-Generation Part of Generation team.
In charge of the largest hydro-pump-turbine- power plant in Asia, Automatic Frequency Control System development, static control panel development & planning of 800m Pump-turbine laboratory.
B. ‘79-’02 MITSUI HIGH-TEC INC.
‘79-80; Manager, US sales Div.
‘80-81; General Manager, Production Control Div.
‘81-85; Director, Corporate Planning.
‘86-88; Managing Director.
‘88-90; Senior Managing Director.
‘90-94; President.
’94-’96 Senior Managing Director.
’97 Executive vice president.
‘98-’02. President.
Contributed the medium sized tool & die company to be the Tokyo Stock Exchange 1st section company. Contributed to the Information network revolution of 80’s, and to the Telecom network revolution of 90’s.
C. ’02-‘12 Founder/owner/CEO IBS Inc.
D. ’02-‘13 Founder/owner/CEO VPEC Inc.
E. ’13-Present Senior Advisor Wind Engineering Center Co. Ltd.
PUBLICATIONS ETC:
Vision of the Electricity Architecture Aiming for our Next Generation,
Environmental Information Science 33-3, 2004.11
Lecturer in COE of Tokyo Institutes of Technology, 2003,04,05,06
The Key Note Speaker, Japan Academic Society for Ventures and Entrepreneurs, 2006
IEEE papers; 2011 MEPS etc

Address:Tokyo, Japan

Mr. Satoshi Nagata

Biography:

Address:Tokyo, Japan