Management of energy networks

16-18 January 2018, ICMS hosted a meeting on Energy Management Networks. 

This webpage has the outputs for the meeting. Copies of the presentations are available below. A written report of the meeting is underway.  Once it is available it will also be posted on this website.


Gabriel Bloemhof (DNV GL)
Power system developments and mathematical challenges 

Martin Bradley (National Grid)
Why we have OPFs and don’t use them

Ben Godfrey (Western Power Distribution)
Distribution Networks: Moving from passive to active operation

Martin Lyster (Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks)
Whole System Modelling – application in network investment

Sean Norris (GE Power)
Enhanced Frequency ControlCapability (EFCC)

Waston Peat, Fiona Fulton (SP Energy Networks)
Key Challenges in the Transition in the Transition to a Distribution to a Distribution System Operator (DSO)

Jonathan Sandham (ESB Networks)
The role of decentralised mathematical algorithms in operating the entire energy ecosystem

Nick Screen (Baringa)
Issues at the transmission-distribution interface

Mick Walbank (Ramboll)
Management of energy networks – perspectives on adopting mathematical techniques in to energy utilities.

Louis Wehenkel (University of Liege)
Whither TSO Whither TSO -DSO coordination for power systems reliability management

Bert Zwart (CWI Amsterdam)
A Stochastic Resource-Sharing Network for Electric Vehicle Charging