El grup de recerca SEER de la UPC, actualment també Centre de Recerca en Sistemes Elèctrics d’Energia Renovable de la xarxa TECNIO, centra les seves activitats de recerca en l’àmbit de la connexió a la xarxa elèctriques de sistemes de generació basats en energies renovables, principalment fotovoltaica, eòlica i marina. La missió principal del grup es la de contribuir a la integració a gran escala de les energies renovables a les xarxes elèctriques del futur. Amb aquest objectiu en ment, el grup SEER centra el seu treball d'investigació en el disseny de sistemes de control avançats i processadors de potència per a nous generadors basats en fonts d'energia renovable.
Tanmateix SEER desenvolupa anàlisis, sistemes auxiliars i solucions de control per a sistemes elèctrics amb alta penetració de generació distribuïda, que són necessaris per incrementar la penetració de les renovables tot mantenint l’estabilitat d’operació de la xarxa elèctrica.

http://futur.upc.edu/SEER

El objetivo del grupo de investigación en Sistemas Eléctricos de Energía Renovable (SEER) es llevar a cabo investigación de vanguardia a nivel de excelencia internacional en las áreas de sistemas eléctricos de energía distribuida, detección/protección ante descargas atmosféricas y sistemas electrónicos de potencia. La investigación en estas áreas se aplica al campo de las energías renovables, fundamentalmente energía fotovoltaica y eólica, y su principal finalidad es contribuir a la integración a gran escala de fuentes de energía renovable en las redes inteligentes de distribución de energía eléctrica del futuro. Para ello, SEER focaliza su investigación en el diseño de sistemas avanzados de control, interactivos con la red eléctrica, para los procesadores electrónicos de potencia de las fuentes limpias de energía, en la mejora de estos procesadores de potencia para aumentar su eficiencia energética, en el incremento de la calidad de potencia en dicha red eléctrica, en la detección de descargas atmosféricas

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The objective of the Renewable Electrical Energy Systems (REES) research group is to conduct leading edge research at internationally excellent level in the fields of distributed electric power systems, detection/protection of atmospheric discharges and power electronics systems. Research in these areas is applied to renewable energies, mainly to photovoltaic and wind energy, and its main purpose is to contribute to the large scale integration of renewable energies into the smart electric power networks of the future. With this goal in mind, REES focuses its research in designing advanced control systems, interacting with the gird, for the power processors of clean energy sources, in improving these power processors for increasing its energy efficiency, in detecting atmospheric discharges and in protecting such electric power systems. Our mission consists of reliability improving, energy efficiency, power quality, cost reduction, and large scale integration of renewable energies into electrical power systems.

http://futur.upc.edu/SEER

The objective of the Renewable Electrical Energy Systems (REES) research group is to conduct leading edge research at internationally excellent level in the fields of distributed electric power systems, detection/protection of atmospheric discharges and power electronics systems. Research in these areas is applied to renewable energies, mainly to photovoltaic and wind energy, and its main purpose is to contribute to the large scale integration of renewable energies into the smart electric power networks of the future. With this goal in mind, REES focuses its research in designing advanced control systems, interacting with the gird, for the power processors of clean energy sources, in improving these power processors for increasing its energy efficiency, in detecting atmospheric discharges and in protecting such electric power systems. Our mission consists of reliability improving, energy efficiency, power quality, cost reduction, and large scale integration of renewable energies into electrical power systems.

http://futur.upc.edu/SEER

Enviaments recents

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    Rouzbehi, Kumars; Zhang, Weiyi; Candela García, José Ignacio; Luna Alloza, Álvaro; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016-10-11)
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    Multi-terminal dc (MTDC) grids are expected to be built and experience rapid expansion in the near future as they have emerged as a competitive solution for transmitting offshore wind generation and overlaying their ac ...
  • Multiterminal DC grids: operating analogies to AC power systems 

    Rouzbehi, Kumars; Candela García, José Ignacio; Gharehpetian, Gevorg B.; Harnefors, Lennart; Luna Alloza, Álvaro; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016-12-06)
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    Nowadays, some Multi-terminal DC (MTDC) systems are in operation around the world. Soon, MTDC grids will be built and overlay the present AC grids. The main driver for the construction of such a grid is to facilitate ...
  • Derivative based inertia emulation of interconnected systems considering phase-locked loop dynamics 

    Rakhshani, Elyas; Remon, Daniel; Mir Cantarellas, Antonio; Mehrjerdi, H.; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016)
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    Recent trend of research is oriented in different methods of emulating the inertia to increase the sustainability of the system. In the case of dynamic performance of power systems especially in frequency control of ...
  • Centralized protection strategy for medium voltage DC microgrids 

    Monadi, Mehdi; Gavriluta, Catalin; Luna Alloza, Álvaro; Candela García, José Ignacio; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016-08-15)
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    This paper presents a centralized protection strategy for medium voltage dc (MVDC) microgrids. The proposed strategy consists of a communication-assisted fault detection method with a centralized protection coordinator and ...
  • Frequency control of HVDC interconnected system considering derivative based inertia emulation 

    Rakhshani, Elyas; Mehrjerdi, Hasan; Remon, Daniel; Mir Cantarellas, Antonio; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016)
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    This paper proposes an new approach for modeling and analysis the dynamic effects of virtual inertia on two-area AC/DC interconnected AGC power systems. Inertia emulation is known as key factor for modern power systems. ...
  • A communication-assisted protection scheme for direct-current distribution networks 

    Monadi, Mehdi; Zamani, M. Amin; Koch-Ciobotaru, Cosmin; Candela García, José Ignacio; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016-05-27)
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    One of the major issues associated with the implementation of direct-current distribution systems is the design of a proper protection scheme. The fault current characteristics in direct-current distribution systems are ...
  • Impedance-compensated grid synchronisation for extending the stability range of weak grids with voltage source converters 

    Suul, Jon Are; D'Arco, Salvatore; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro; Molinas Cabrera, Marta (2016-05-12)
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    This paper demonstrates how the range of stable power transfer in weak grids with voltage source converters (VSCs) can be extended by modifying the grid synchronisation mechanism of a conventional synchronous reference ...
  • Sizing study of second life li-ion batteries for enhancing renewable energy grid integration 

    Saez-de Ibarra, Andoni; Martinez-Laserna, Egoitz; Stroe, Daniel-loan; Swierczynski, Maciej; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016-07-19)
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    Renewable power plants must comply with certain codes and requirements to be connected to the grid, being the ramp-rate compliance one of the most challenging requirements, especially for photovoltaic or wind energy ...
  • Multi-terminal HVDC grids with inertia mimicry capability 

    Zhang, Weiyi; Rouzbehi, Kumars; Luna Alloza, Álvaro; Gharehpetian, Gevorg B.; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016-06-23)
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    The high-voltage multi-terminal dc (MTDC) systems are foreseen to experience an important development in the next years. Currently, they have appeared to be a prevailing technical and economical solution for harvesting ...
  • Autonomous inertia-sharing control of multi-terminal VSC-HVDC grids 

    Zhang, Weiyi; Rouzbehi, Kumars; Candela García, José Ignacio; Luna Alloza, Álvaro; Gharehpetian, Gevorg B.; Rodríguez Cortés, Pedro (2016)
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    Multi-terminal high-voltage dc (HVDC) grids are expected to experience a continuous expansion in the near future, and have appeared as competitive strategies in transmitting offshore wind and interconnecting multiple ac ...

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