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  • June 2019 - Prof. Xiongfei Wang received the 2019 IEEE PELS Sustainable Energy Systems Technical Achievement Award from IEEE Power Electronics Society. The award will be presented at IEEE ECCE 2019, Baltimore, USA. Further information may be found here: Xiongfei Wang receives IEEE PELS Award.

  • June 2019 - Prof. Xiongfei Wang delivered a tutorial on “Small-Signal Modeling and Stability Analysis of Grid-Converter Interactions” at IEEE PEDG 2019 on 3 June 2019.

  • June 2019 - Prof. Xiongfei Wang was invited to give a talk on “Synchronization Stability of Grid-Connected Converters” at Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, on 1 June 2019.  

  • May 2019 - Postdoc Zheming Jin and Prof. Xiongfei Wang visited China’s National Innovation Center of High-Speed Train and Sifang Research Institute of CRRC, Qingdao, China, on 30 May 2019, and they were invited to give two lectures on “Robust Control Techniques of Grid-Connected Power Converters” and “Medium-Voltage Wide Bandgap SiC Power Electronics Systems”. 

  • PhD student Yicheng Liao, Postdoc Zheming Jin, and Prof. Xiongfei Wang visited DNV GL Energy during 20-24 May 2019. They tested the grid-forming control techniques on the power hardware-in-the-loop test system in the Flexible Power Lab there.

  • May 2019 - A workshop between the eGrid Research Program and ABB Power Grids was successfully held on 9 May 2019, at ABB Power Grids, Vasteras, Sweden. Prof. Xiongfei Wang, PhD students: Heng Wu, Mads Taul, Shih-Feng Chou, and Hong Gong visited ABB Power Grids and their Lighthouse Lab. The research works of eGrid on the grid-forming converters and the impedance-based stability analysis have been presented and discussed with the R&D engineers at ABB Power Grids.

Workshop between the eGrid Research Program and ABB Power Grids

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Power grid test setup

About the programme

The legacy electrical grid infrastructure, built for the electricity transmission and distribution, is aging and incapable of accommodating the profound changes. Flexible ac transmission systems (FACTS) and high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission systems are increasingly deployed to reinforce the transmission grids interconnecting with large-scale renewable energy sources. New power-electronic-based grid infrastructure, e.g. charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs), solid-state transformers, medium-voltage DC (MVDC) transmissions, power-to-X systems, etc., are also emerging into distribution power networks. This Research Programme intends to develop the next-generation electrical infrastructure for the forthcoming power-electronic-based power systems. On the one hand, the opportunities brought by the emergence of wide-bandgap (SiC and GaN) power semiconductor devices are exploited. Novel hardware topologies of power converters are developed for the power grid infrastructure. On the other hand, the dynamic behaviour of power converters, considering the impacts of miscellaneous control schemes, are also characterized and shaped, in order to address the challenges coming with the proliferation of power electronics apparatus in the future power grids. The electromagnetic compatibility of electronic power grid infrastructure is also focused.


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Contact Information


Professor Xiongfei Wang
Direct phone: +45 2136 9166
E-mail: xwa@et.aau.dk


Professor Stig Munk-Nielsen
Direct phone: +45 9940 9242
E-mail: smn@et.aau.dk