Energy Quality and Operation: Parallel session A4
- Jens-Peter Jensen (DESY)
Mr John Jurns (ESS)
The European Spallation Source (ESS) neutron spallation project has committed to an energy management strategy that minimizes cost, lowers environmental impact, and factors out variability in energy. The ESS energy management strategy is based on four pillars: Responsible, Renewable, Recyclable, and Reliable. Recycling waste heat from the facility plays a major role in meeting the ESS energy...
Dr Roberto Visintini (Elettra - Sincrotrone Trieste)
The first tri-generation plant (TGP1) has started its operations in June 2010 on the FEL light source, FERMI. In 2011 the critical loads of the storage ring, Elettra, have been connected to TGP1, prior the start of the next phase of the new on-site co-generation project at the Elettra Research Center. The immediate beneficial effects of the increased availability of power from UPS on the...
Mr Hans-Joerg Eckholdt (DESY)
The on-going increase of regenerative energies with the strong meteorological fluctuation, leads to high strain for the stability of the 50 Hz grid frequency. To keep the 50 Hz stable the transmission system operators use the primary control for fast acting. This primary control has to be active for the first 15 min till other regulations take over. Short-time energy storages can be used for...
40. Advanced Simulation tools in support of the design of the Power System architecture of the European Spallation Source (ESS)
Prof. Antonello Monti (RWTH Aachen)
Advanced laboratories such ESS are a challenging infrastructure from the energy perspective both for the internal energy management and for the impact on the overall energy grid. In a project developed in collaboration between ESS, Lunds Energi, E.ON and RWTH a complete model of the ESS Lab and of the surrounding energy grids has been developed in order to have realistic predictions on the...