Workshop on High Penetration Variable Renewables in Pacific Island Countries: Small grids and Off-grid

10am to 4:30pm, Fri 7th Dec, UNSW, Sydney

This workshop is being held in conjunction with the 2018 APSRC. The aims of the workshop are to:

  • Discuss the challenges and opportunities of introducing more variable renewable energy into small grid and off grid contexts in the Pacific
  • Hear from a range of invited speakers regarding the status of VRE integration, key challenges and solutions to facilitate high penetration VRE in small grids and improved off grid energy service delivery
  • Identify potential future work to address key issues and themes arising in the discussion

The flyer is available here, and please register for catering purposes.

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