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The paper refers to the analysis of load curves for individual electricity consumers settled according to the G-tariff as well as to the standard profiles being developed for such a consumers group. Results of analysis of influence of the sunset hour and air temperature on the shape and parameters of electrical load for selected consumer groups have been presented. The models of the influence mentioned above on the consumers with load strongly related to those parameters have been developed. The results obtained have been compared to those from another analysis for standard profiles developed by Polish Association for Electrical Energy Transfer and Distribution; the remarks on construction of standard models and their application to the load estimation for defined consumer groups have been expressed.

Paplicki P.,University Of Szczecin | Szadkowski S.,ENEA Operator | Cierzniewski P.,University Of Szczecin | Wardach M.,University Of Szczecin
Przeglad Elektrotechniczny | Year: 2013

The paper presents technical and economic aspects of the selection HV-LV transformer station on the example of the expansion of a manufacturing plant. The basis of the analysis accounted for substation projects in two variants technically equivalent. The economic analysis was based on efficiency calculations of investment and included, in addition to capital expenditure, including annual cost of power losses and cost of energy. © 2013 Wydawnictwo SIGMA - N O T Sp. z o.o. All rights reserved.

In case you didn’t catch word, I’ve been nearly invisible here on CleanTechnica for the past few weeks because our 2nd daughter (Julia) was just born on September 9 and I’ve been playing mommy + daddy to our 2-year-old daughter Lily for a few weeks, while also trying to help mommy + the newborn as much as I can. But we have a conference fast approaching, so I’m again raising my head above the editing + content curation side of CleanTechnica. Wrocław (where I live) is the home of our next Cleantech Revolution Tour conference (register for free here). It is also one of two current “European Capitals of Culture” — which is not to say it’s Europe’s #1 cultural capital, but it has a lot to offer and is a great city to visit. (You can read more about the European Capital of Culture program here.) The biggest draw for conference attendees, though, is certainly the conference itself. Since I last wrote about it, we have signed up several more exciting and expert presenters. Additionally, Nissan has joined as a sponsor of the conference, and Radio RAM, GRAMwZIELONE, and Idea Place have jumped on as supporters. These four partners join initial sponsors and partners Europejski Instytut Miedzi (aka European Copper Institute), GridHub, Important Media, TechBerlin, Leonardo Energy, and CleanTechnica (of course). Nissan will be bringing not only LEAF electric cars for test drives, but also e-NV200 electric vans. I’ve never driven the latter, so I’m personally excited about that opportunity! Aside from all of the topics and speakers I announced in my previous article about the conference, we have several new ones to highlight. You can check out the conference website for more details, but here’s a summary of topics we’ve added: Remember, to make the conference as accessible as possible, we have made registration free! Join us in Wrocław for some cleantech inspiration and fun! Here are short bios of some of the newly committed speakers: Arsenii started the green transport revolution in Ukraine. As a technical engineer and experienced businessman, he has always been engaged in the car market and has worked in the EV industry since 2008. He initiated widespread awareness of electric transport in Ukraine (bioauto.com.ua) and endeavoured to change legislation and attitude towards green transport and charging networks. Since 2015, Arsenii is a Chairman of the Board of Electric Vehicle Association of Ukraine (ev-ua.org), and in the same year, became a certified engineer-technologist for the assembly of EVs. Through mind and matter, Arsenii started Ukraine on its way to clean, fresh air. Michał Jarczyński, head of the Energy unit of IPM (Poznań), is focused on developing financial & organizational e-mobility solutions for the municipal sector. Michał Jarczyński is a graduate of Poznań University of Technology’s Faculty of Machines and Transportation (1992) and completed postgraduate studies in finance at Poznań University of Economics (2000). He has managed numerous manufacturing and consulting companies. Michał also won an award from the Minister of Industry in a competition for “most interesting initiatives in business development” (1993). Since 1998, Michał has worked for Arctic Paper Kostrzyn SA (beginning as a Financial Director and in 2002 becoming the President of the Board of Directors). From April 2009 until 2013, he was the CEO of the international group of companies that is the parent of that company – Arctic Paper. During 2005–2006, Michał supervised the development of a combined cycle power plant in Kostrzyn on the Odra River. Within Arctic Paper, he supervised 4 CHPs (i.e. combined cycle power plants in Poland, a hydroelectric power station and a biomass cogeneration plant in Sweden, as well as a fossil fuel power plant in Germany). Since 2013, Michał has been President of the Board of Directors at ENEA Operator. Since October 2013, he has also been a Member of the Board of the Polish Association of Power Transmission and Distribution. Michał Ramczykowski graduated from Wroclaw University of Economics in 1997 in the Department of Management and Marketing. Since November 1998, he has been working at the Polish Copper Promotion Centre (PCPC). His focus has been on managing electrical & energy projects with a special interest in coordinating market development projects on the Polish market. Michał coordinated the IEE Project on “Energy Efficient Electric Motor Systems in New Member Countries” (Motor Challenge). In 2008, he was nominated as the Managing Director of the PCPC. He continued to manage Energy & Electricity Projects in Poland and CEE with a special focus on energy policy and Leonardo ENERGY projects as well as building construction, health & environment, communications, and PR. He completed an MBA course in 2011 and earned a diploma in Business Mediation in 2013. After reorganization of the Copper Alliance network in Europe and the company changing its name to Europejski Instytut Miedzi (European Copper Institute Poland), Michał has continued as the company’s Managing Director. Roman Tabaka is a pioneer of new technologies in Poland. As an electronics expert and constructor, he started a local radio station, Elka, in Leszno in 1993. In the year 2000, he built the first wireless internet network in Poland, called PRONET, which provides service to more than 3000 clients in Leszno and the surrounding area.Roman’s vast experience, ambition, and perseverance seemingly guarantee the success of the projects he gets involved in. For more than 5 years now, Roman has been the president of T&T Proenergy, which tests the efficiency of photovoltaic installations and is one of the very first companies in Poland to do so. The company’s installation in Leszno has been used by banks in Poland to assess risk and income in the bank loan procedure. Today, T&T Proenergy supplies the most efficient state-of-the-art PV solutions to generate electricity from solar energy Sebastian Koziołek, PhD, works at the University of Technology in Wrocław at the faculty of Mechanical Engineering as Chair of Design and Research of Machines. Sebastian Koziołek is a mobile scientist involved in the research of predicting the development of technology and innovation engineering as well as their application in solving complex mechanical engineering problems and developing new products and services. Sebastian completed his engineering course of studies at Nottingham Trent University in 2002 as part of the Socrates–Erasmus program. Winner of the European program Leonardo da Vinci, where he designed an installation for mixing components in pharmaceutical production in SkidTek in Ireland. In 2010, Sebastian completed a three-month science internship as a visiting professor at George Mason University in the USA. He is a three-time scholarship winner in the best young scientists program of the University of Wrocław as part of the Młoda Kadra project. Sebastian also participated in the prestigious program of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education called “TOP 500 Innovators,” in which he did another internship on commercialization of scientific findings at Stanford University in Silicon Valley. In 2014 and 2015, together with the University of Technology in Milano and Sydney University, Sebastian developed and researched a method for predicting developments in technology. He is currently doing research in predicting developments in technology, innovative design, renewable energy, creativity, and management; cooperating with many universities and companies around the world. That’s a pretty stellar lineup of new speakers, no? I’m super excited about the fascinating presentations we’ve lined up, and I’m not saying that to toot my own horn — Jacek Fior has actually been the one leading the event organization and planning, so the credit really goes to him. The people I’ve brought in have largely come through previous connections and good luck. You can find out more about the conference and the other presenters and topics in my first article about the Wrocław conference, and you can get more context via articles about our previous conferences. Of course, you can also visit the Cleantech Revolution Tour website: http://cleantechtour.com Buy a cool T-shirt or mug in the CleanTechnica store!   Keep up to date with all the hottest cleantech news by subscribing to our (free) cleantech daily newsletter or weekly newsletter, or keep an eye on sector-specific news by getting our (also free) solar energy newsletter, electric vehicle newsletter, or wind energy newsletter. Zachary Shahan is tryin' to help society help itself (and other species) with the power of the typed word. He spends most of his time here on CleanTechnica as its director and chief editor, but he's also the president of Important Media and the director/founder of EV Obsession, Solar Love, and Bikocity. 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Andruszkiewicz J.,Poznan University of Technology | Lorenc J.,Poznan University of Technology | Borowiak W.,ENEA Operator | Michalski A.,ENEA
International Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM | Year: 2015

In this paper the effectiveness of demand-side management using zonal tariffs for households is analysed on the case of tariff offer proposed to customers in north-western Poland with the aim to widen the use of electricity for heating purposes. The price elasticity of customers settled according to two zonal tariff was determined using standard load profile of customers published by regional distribution network operator. The costs associated with the applied mean of demand side control were identified and the tariff effects assessment were made taking into account the benefits reached by energy supplier and network operators forming together the considered tariff offer. The analysis presented enabled to formulate some recommendations concerning TOU residential tariff restructuring to improve its feasibility and to create possible prospective income in result of peak load reduction. © 2015 IEEE.

The article presents the possibility of using artificial neural network for interpretation of dissolved gas in oil analysis results (DGA method), which is one of the common used methods for diagnostics of power transformer state evaluation. In the work, the network topology, regarding to different methods of oil-paper insulation defect classification (e.g. IEC, Duval's, Dornenburg's, Roger's method), was designed and different type of network were tested. After the selection of the most optimal neural network, a functional computer application was created.

Andruszkiewicz J.,Poznan University of Technology | Lorenc J.,Poznan University of Technology | Michalski A.,ENEA | Borowiak W.,ENEA Operator
International Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM | Year: 2016

During the summer of 2015 the transmission system operator in Poland was forced to introduce limitations on electricity consumption to important industrial and commercial customers. In absence of sufficient generation reserve in power system this paper undertakes an analysis of the implementation of demand response program based on critical peak pricing for residential customers in a research of the resource that can prevent such shortages and resulting energy price increases. Making use of standard load profiles for customer group under analysis the critical price levels and the price discounts for program participants were designed allowing for the prospective efficient recruitment of program participants. In this way the demand response resource able to offer the important load reduction level comparing to the normal hourly load of participating customer group could be created in a manner financially neutral for the tariff system in force. © 2016 IEEE.

The aim of this paper was to study the behavior of a transformer station during summer and winter loads. It has been shown that, in these two periods we get losses from the power load.

A method of electrical Power systems Court circuits calculation is proposed in this paper. To analyze the chosen power transformer sstation we have adopted the admittance matrice method at the nods of the network.

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