Renewable Energies for Power Systems
Integrating higher shares of renewable energy sources e.g., wind and solar PV, into the electrical network is crucial factor for decarbonizing the energy sector while continuing to meet growing demand for electricity. Thanks for the drastic reduction in costs and supportive policies, share of renewable energy sources expanded significantly in recent years. However, the inherent variability of these sources increases different challenges for operation of power grids.
In the Renewable Energies for Power Systems group, researches are carrying out on operation and control of power electronics in power systems, integration of renewable energy sources into the power grids (strong, weak, micro, hybrid,...), microgrid operation and control, and stability analysis of power grids under high penetration of renewable energies.
The group is led by Professor Edris Pouresmaeil.
- Meysam Saeedian (PhD Candidate)
- Amir Sepehr (PhD Candidate)
- Bahram Pournazarian (PhD Candidate)
- Ramin Ahmadi (PhD Candidate)
- Mobina Pouresmaeil (PhD Candidate)
- Farrukh Zeb (PhD Candidate)
Miska Koskelo (MSc)
- Basit Ali Khan (RA)
- Matias Niemelä (MSc)
- Lasse Wintter (MSc)
- Silja Yli-Juuti (MSc)
- Niloufar Zarei (RA)
- Maksym Yarmoshchuk (MSc)
- Hassan Rouhi (RA)
- Vishnukumar Murugesan (MSc)
- Suvi Kallio (BSc)