Introduction To Smart Grid


Course Purpose:

Introduction to the new multi-disciplinary field of Smart Grid. This course will provide participants with a working knowledge of fundamentals, design, analysis, and development of Smart Grid. It offers an introduction to the basic concepts of power systems along with the inherent elements of operation aspect, communication technology and support system. The automation and computational techniques needed to ensure that the Smart Grid guarantees adaptability and capability of handling new systems and components are discussed. The interoperability of different renewable energy sources is included to ensure that there will be minimum changes in the existing legacy system. Standards and requirements needed for designing new devices, systems and products for the Smart Grid are discussed.

Course Learning Outcomes:

A participant who successfully completes this course will:

1. Understand the fundamental concept of the smart grid

2. Understand the fundamental elements of the smart grid

3. Understand the fundamental structure of the power grid

4. Be able to analyze some issues related to the smart grid

5. Be introduced to communication, networking, and sensing technologies involved with the smart grid

6. Be introduced to computational techniques involved with the smart grid (decision support tools and optimization)

7. Understand the standards, interoperability and cyber security issues

Topics and Instructors:

Time: 19:00 - 21:00 Jakarta

Course Topics:

Week1 : Energy Transition

· De-carbonization

· Digitalization

· Decentralization

· Energy transition through Smart Grid

Week 2 : Smart Grid Architecture and Measurement

· Smart Grid Definition

· Smart Grid Architecture

· SG Compass, SP Index and SGMM

· Economic and Financial Analysis

Week 3 : Demand Response

· Introduction to Load Response

· Controllable Load Models, Dynamics, and Challenges

· Dynamic Pricing

· Pricing and Energy Consumption Scheduling

· Day Ahead Market

· Demand Side Ancillary Services

Week 4 : Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)

· AMI Configuration

· Meters

· Communication: Home area networks (HAN) and neighborhood area networks (NAN)

· Head End System

· Meter Data Management System

· AMI Standards

Week 5 : Electric Vehicle and E-Mobility

· CO2 Emission on Transportation

· Electric Vehicles (EV)

· EV Infrastructure

· EV Ecosystem

· EV Standards

Week 6 : Energy Storage Systems