Renewable Energy Training for Latin America, 19-23 October, Santiago, Chile

TRAINING MATERIAL AND COUNTRY PRESENTATIONS


Monday 19 October

Renewable Energy Training for Latin America: Sessions 1-3, Simon Mueller, Energy Analyst, IEASession 1 focuses on the integration of renewable energy into power grids, looking at basic concepts of power systems, the technical properties of VRE and their effects on integration. Sessions 2 and 3 look at grid integration in the international context.  

Optimisation of short-term dispatch in Uruguay, Lorena Di Chiara, ADME, Uruguay

Long-term transmission planning and market liberalisation, Oliver Ulises Flores Parra Bravo, SENER, Mexico


Tuesday 20 October

Renewable Energy Training for Latin America: Sessions 4-7, Simon Mueller, Energy Analyst, IEASessions 4 and 5 focus on enabling technologies, energy security impacts and capacity credit. Sessions 6 and 7 look at renewable energy policy and market design. 

Licencing and permitting for renewable energy, Rodrigo Santos e Barros, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Brazil

Short-term market operation and dispatch flexibility, Jorge Luis Siryi, CAMMESA, Argentina


Wednesday 21 October 

Renewable Energy Training for Latin America: Sessions 8-11, Simon Mueller, Energy Analyst, IEA: Sessions 8 and 9 focus on distributed generation. Sessions 10 and 11 concentrate on grid codes and forecasting.

Additional Value of Solar Power in the United States, Simon Mueller, Energy Analyst, IEA

Rural electrification with renewable energy, Miguel Ramos Chaya, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Peru

Modelling tools for flexible short-term energy planning, Juan Carlos Morales Ruiz, XM, Colombia

Session 8: Distributed Energy Resources Utility Concerns, Grid Impacts and Mitigation Strategies, Michael Coddington, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Session 9: Photovoltaic System Case Studies and Electric Distribution Planning for DER, Michael Coddington, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Session 10: General Overview of Interconnection Standards and Grid Codes for High Penetration PV, Michael Coddington, National Renewable Energy Laboratory