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The Impact of Renewable Energy Sources on the Protection of MV Distribution Networks

About this event

Given the speed of renewable energy sources (RES) introduction in modern grids, there is an increasing need to characterize the challenges it imposes on protection systems and find suitable solutions to maintain reliability.

This webinar aims to explain the Impact of Renewable Energy Sources on the Protection of MV Distribution Networks. After a brief introduction, we will try to sumarize in a simple way and in just in 20 minutes how RES have affected to the design on MV protections.

In the 5 min Q&A session one of our Application Engineers will be happy to give further explanations.

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    Blanca Garcia de Vinuesa

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    Itziar Lasaosa Communications Manager @ ZIV

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    Nick Dunn RSM UK & Ireland @ ZIV Automation

    Regional Sales Manager UK & Ireland.

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    Inigo Bilbao Garaizar Sales Regional Manager Europe & Africa. @ ZIV APLICACIONES Y TECNOLOGIA S.L.

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    Alberto Castañon Application Engineer @ ZIV Aplicaciones y Tecnologia

    Graduated as Electromechanical Engineer in Monterrey, México in 2014. In 2014 joined GE as electrical engineer. In 2019 he studies a Masters about Renewable Energy in Spain, later joining ZIV, where he mainly works on distance protection among other protection algorithms.

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