Desta Fitiwi will present the Electricity Network and Generation INvEstment (ENGINE) model that has been under development in the ESRI. The model can be used to answer different policy-related questions pertaining to the least-cost development of power systems in the island of Ireland and beyond. The presentation will also include insights from case studies on the whole island such as the best locations and quantities of electricity generation and transmission infrastructure under different policy scenarios (e.g. high datacentre rollout, north-south interconnector, high RES diversification, centralized vs decentralized RES development, storage, etc.).
Date: Thursday, 14 March
Time: 4PM - 5:30PM
Location: ESRI, Whitaker Square, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2
Thursday 25th October 2018
The ESIPP Symposium “Unlocking the Potential of Energy Users in the Energy Transition” took place on Thursday 25th October in Astra Hall in UCD. The event was attended by academics, industry representative and political stakeholders both national and international. Many thanks to all those who attended and helped make it successful event. The presentations are now available below:
Prof. Andrew Keane, University College Dublin
Karl Purcell, SEAI
Vehicle Tax Design and Car Purchase Choices: A Case Study of Ireland
Ivan Petrov, PhD Researcher
Exploring demand-side flexibilities from wastewater treatment facilities in an integrated energy system
Dana Kirchem, PhD Researcher
Demand response strategies and wastewater treatment plants: Demand shedding through aeration control
Matteo Giberti, PhD Researcher
Frequency support from distributed energy resources
Ismail Ibrahim, PhD Researcher
GIS-Based District Residential Building Energy Modelling
Usman Ali, PhD Researcher
Building energy flexibility for future demand response markets
Dr Mattia de Rosa, Postdoc
Can Irish manufacturing industry become prosumers of energy?
Craig Meskell, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, Trinity College Dublin
End-User Driven Renovation: An Energy Perspective
James O'Donnell, School of Mechanical & Materials Engineering, University College Dublin
Incentives to make the right decision: policy measures to enhance consumer decarbonisation
Lisa Ryan, School of Economics, University College Dublin
Technological and economic perspectives on more sustainable data centre thermal management
Tim Persoons, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, Trinity College Dublin
|1||Alessia Sgobba||Assessment of on-site cogeneration at a manufacturing facility in Ireland|
|2||Dominik Seiler||Resource transparency of industrial systems: The total costs of purified water and steam|
|3||Federico Caruso||Assessment of a wastewater pump energy performance|
|4||Hafiz Hashim Waheed||A novel approach to FDD in WDS using statistical methods|
|5||Tom Lupton||Compressed Air System Audit|
|6||Mattia De Rosa||Economic assessment of flexibility offered by an optimally controlled hybrid heat pump generator: a case study for residential building|
|7||Mohammad Saeed Misaghian||Optimisation of gas & electricity systems for commercial/industrial buildings|
|8||Mohammad Saffari||Techno-economic analysis of hybrid gas-heat pump systems for energy retrofitting of the Irish residential building stock|
|9||Adamantios Bampoulas||Self learning Control algorithms for energy systems integration in the residential sector|
|10||Matteo Giberti||Demand and Response for wastewater treatment: modelling settling in the aeration tank|
|11||Qipeng Liu||Demand Response Strategies in large-scale wastewater treatment plant (WWTP): reject water flow equalization|
|12||Recep Kaan Dereli||Modeling Co-treatment of Leachate in Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants in the Context of Dynamic Loads and Energy Prices|
|13||Eoin Daly||Energy Consumption in Wastewater Treatment|
|14||Sudeep Nair||Water-Energy Nexus|
|15||Sukanya Saikia||Impacts of Rainfall Variation on Wastewater Influent Volumes: A case study|
|16||Assel Sakanova||Hybrid-Cooled Data Centre Server Layout Optimization for Air-Side Heat Recovery|
|17||Bryan Coyne||An Economic Evaluation of Future Electricity Use in Irish Data Centres|
|18||Jaako McEvoy||Adaptive Liquid Cooling Methods in Microchannel Heatsinks|
|19||Aruna Chandrasekar||Examining the variable versus stable modes operation of Power-to-Gas (P2G) for an energy storage|
|20||Devasanthini Devaraj||Incorporation of LNG via FSRUs into natural gas networks|
|21||Mohammad Ali Ekhtiari||Using Natural Gas Networks for energy Storage|
|22||Arash Beiranvand||A novel topological sorting approach to assess the topological vulnerabilities of power grids|
|23||Taulant Kerci||A framework to include the Unit Commitment problem into Time Domain Simulation|
|24||Weilin Zhong||Co-Simulation for Power System and Communication Network|
|25||Alireza Nouri||Stochastic Rolling Flexibility Optimization in Distribution Networks|
|26||Cathal O’Loughlin||Examples of Hardware in the Loop as a verification tool|
|27||Ismail Ibrahim||Frequency Support from Distributed Energy Resources|
|28||Junru Chen||Smart Transformer for the Provision of Grid Flexibility|
|29||Valentin Rigoni||Estimation of voltage sensitivities in low voltage feeders with photovoltaics|
|30||Eadaoin Doddy||Post-processing Techniques for Renewable Energy Forecasts|
|31||Laura Cooke||Proposed Tool to Quantify Uncertainty in Future Renewable Energy Resources and Demand|
|32||Seanie Griffin||A Case Study of High-Resolution WRF Forecasting for Wind Energy|
|33||Cathal Hoare||The Dynamic District Informal Model Server|
|34||Mohammad Haris Shamsi||Uncertainty Quantification in Predictive Modelling of Heat Demand using Grey-box models|
|35||Paul Beagon||What Energy to Warm Single Family Homes?|
|36||Usman Ali||GIS-Based District Building Energy Modelling|
|37||Alireza Soroudi||Flexible Power System Operation|
|38||Ran Li||Evaluating Power System Flexibility Needs With Stochastic Unit Commitment Model|
|39||Ankita Gaur||Electrifying the Heating Sector in Ireland: Exploring the Flexibility Potential and Further Insights|
|40||Dana Kirchem||Exploring demand-side flexibilities from wastewater treatment facilities in an integrated energy system|
|41||Desta Fitiwi||Growing Data Centres in Ireland: Would This Cost an Arm and a Leg?|
|42||Ivan Petrov||Vehicle Tax Design and Car Purchase Choices: A Case Study of Ireland|
|43||Joao Monteiro Correia||An investigation of the regional correlation gradients between the North Atlantic Oscillation and solar energy resources in Ireland and the UK|
Presentations available here.
The ESIPP Research Symposium for 2018 will take place on Thursday 25th October in Astra Hall, Student Centre, UCD. The focus will be on sharing our research in the area of energy systems integration with interested stakeholders. Please see below for more details. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to find out more, e-mail email@example.com.
You can register for the ESIPP Research Symposium here.
Download Conference Programme.
The Energy Systems Integration Partnership Programme (ESIPP) is a research programme which seeks to address some of the important challenges for energy systems of today and the future. As concerns relating to climate change continue to mount and the need to reduce our emissions grows, the way we use and source energy needs to change and evolve. In order to achieve the necessary improvements, a number of different solutions will be needed involving a wide range of stakeholders and participants, with these solutions often overlapping and interacting. This results in the need for Energy Systems Integration research which is the focus of this research programme.
08:45 Registration, Tea & Coffee
09:30 - 11:00 Session 1
Welcome Address: Andrew Keane, UCD
Keynote Address: Karl Purcell, SEAI
Presentations from PhD and PostDoctoral Researchers
11:00 PhD Student Poster Session & Coffee Break
11:30 - 13:00 Session 2
Can Irish manufacturing industry become prosumers of energy? - Craig Meskell, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, Trinity College Dublin
End User Driven Energy Renovation - James O'Donnell, School of Mechanical & Materials Engineering, University College Dublin
Incentives to make the right decision: policy measures to enhance consumer decarbonisation - Lisa Ryan, School of Economics, University College Dublin
Technological and economic perspectives on more sustainable data centre thermal management - Tim Persoons, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, Trinity College Dublin Questions & Answers
13:00 Lunch & Poster Viewing
14:00 Panel Discussion: Unlocking the Potential of Energy Users in the Energy Transition
Moderator: John Curtis, Associate Research Professor, ESRI, Dublin
Geertje Schuitema, Assistant Professor, School of Business, University College Dublin
Stephen Gallagher, Head of Business Energy, SSE Airtricity
Paul Kenny, Chief Executive Officer, Tipperary Energy Agency
Eamon Ryan, Leader of the Green Party
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
The ESIPP Research Symposium for 2018 will take place on Thursday 25th October in Astra Hall, UCD. Further detail to follow! The focus will be on sharing our research in the area of energy systems integration with interested stakeholders. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to find out more, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The aim of this half-day symposium is to bring academia and industry together and discuss theoretical and practical issues of risks and finance in integrated energy systems.
Energy system integration (ESI) is the process of coordinating the operation and planning of energy systems across multiple pathways and geographical scales in order to deliver reliable, cost effective energy services with less impact on the environment. With the ongoing energy transition questions arise about what types of risks and uncertainties do market participants of integrated energy systems face and how can they manage them. These risks include price dynamics in fuel and carbon markets, declining costs of competing technologies, and uncertainties related to consumer demand and energy policy.
Location: The Economic and Social Research Institute, Whitaker Square, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2
For further information please see the ESRI Website.
Registration: There is no fee for this event but please register your attendance HERE.