第五届配电国际会议
发布时间:2012-08-27

The 5th China International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CICED 2012) will be put on stage in Shanghai China in 5-6 September 2012 to discuss issues related to electricity distribution. Recent years have witnessed tremendous progress in both the techniques and management philosophy for electricity distribution with an ideal application of a Smart Grid introduced at the Shanghai World Expo 2010. However, we are still confronted with a great many new problems in promoting Smart Grid, which press us ahead with efforts to search for solutions and develop new technologies and policies to bolster the growth of future distribution grids.

  The CICED 2012 will bring together engineers, academicians, managers and regulators specialized in distribution grid from all around the world to exchanges ideas, discuss problems and share experiences and success stories. It will be a great event covering such topics as planning, design, construction, operation, management & regulation of distribution grids and equipment design and manufacturing.

  The conference will also feature an exhibition displaying new products and equipments from many leading manufacturers. With leaders, academicians, and experts from power supply companies, scientific research institutes, design and consultancy organizations and universities around the world to be invited, the exhibition will also elaborate case studies of the achievements in smarter distribution and smarter home networks.

Preferential Topics

Session 1 Distribution Equipment and Asset Management

1.1 New Technologies, New Equipments, New Materials, New Products and New Crafts

1.2 Distribution Equipment Designs and New Testing Methods

1.3 Smart Distribution Equipment Design and Applications

1.4 Power Electronic-based Distribution Equipment

1.5 Distributed Energy Storage

1.6 Distribution Equipment Condition Monitoring and Assessment

1.7 New Technical Policy of Distribution Equipment Maintenance

1.8 Distribution Life Cycle Asset Management

1.9 Distribution Asset Optimization and Effective Utilization

Session 2 Power quality and electromagnetic compatibility

2.1 Supply power quality and reliability of modern distribution network – monitoring technology and management practices

2.2 Analysis methods of power quality – harmonic, interharmonic, imbalance, flicker and dip

2.3 Power quality control and custom power technologies

2.4 Power quality issues – related to distorting loads and sensitive loads

2.5 Technology and practice of neutral point grounding system

2.6 Electromagnetic compatibility

Session 3 Operation, Control and Protection

3.1 Workforce management

3.2 Voltage, reactive power control and loss reduction

3.3 Emergency management to handle natural Disaster and blackout

3.4 Selfhealing control of distribution grid

3.5 New developments of distribution grid protection

3.6 Protection and control of interconnection of distributed generation

3.7 Fault location, Faulty line identification and fault management

3.8 SCADA and Distribution automation

3.9 Distribution management system

3.10 Communication techniques for smart grid

3.11 Application of IEC61850 in smart distribution grid

3.12 Security aspects of information access and information exchange

Session 4 Distributed Generation and Energy Efficiency

4.1 DG/DER planning

4.2 Control of networks with DG/DER

4.3 Customer side developments

4.4 DG/DER technology

4.5 Policies and standards for DG/DER

4.6 Practices for integration of DG/DER

Session 5 Development of Future Distribution Grid

5.1 Network developments to meet the requirements of distributer energy resources and electric vehicles

5.2 Investment strategies and risk management

5.3 Practice and experiences in improving the existing distribution network to meet the requirements of smart distribution

5.4 Retrofitting of rural distribution network under smart distribution

5.5 New ideas in network planning for smart distribution

5.6 Experiences in developing power supply for electric vehicles

5.7 The future trends of smart distribution

5.8 Introduction of technical standard system for smart grid

Session 6 Smart Consumption & Demand Response

6.1 Advanced Metering Infrastructure and Electricity Information Acquirement

6.2 Customer Energy Management

6.3 Integration of Distributed Generation

6.4 EV’s Charging and Battery-Exchanging Technologies and Operation Management

6.5 Modeling and Simulation of Demand Response

6.6 Efficiency Assessment & Measurement and Energy Saving Technology

6.7 Bilateral Interaction Service and Industry Experience

6.8 Standards and Policies