Renewable Energy Institute and the Ministry of Energy of Mongolia and the Asia Development Bank jointly organized a workshop on 8 March 2018.
Asian Development Bank leads a research on the ‘Strategy for Northeast Asia Power System Interconnection’ as a technical assistance project for the Mongolian government, aiming for cross-regional usage of the abundant renewables in Mongolia.
Amid the remarkable deployment of solar and wind across the world, especially in Asia, grid operation is required to be in coordination with the electricity market, to enable massive integration of variable renewables.
Session 1 discussed experiences and challenges of integrating renewables to grids, followed by Session 2 which discussed deployment of renewables through grid interconnection across Asia, with a focus on the ‘Strategy for Northeast Asia Power System Interconnection.’
Program*with English-Japanese simultaneous interpretation
Session 1 Integrating Wind and Solar Power in a Grid
Session 2 Wind and Solar Power for Asia
|Thursday, 8 March 2018
Reception 18:00-19:30 (for workshop participants)
|Room A, Iino Hall & Conference Center
|Ministry of Energy, Mongolia; Asian Development Bank; Renewable Energy Institute
|Free (prior registration required)