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Electricity for tomorrow
March 28-29 2012
WEDNESDAY MARCH 28
PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

REGISTRATION
INTRODUCTION AND SETTING THE SCENE
Chair: Helena Malmqvist, ABB
Introduction and welcome
Karin Markides, President Chalmers &
Thore Berntsson, Director Chalmers Energy Area of Advance
Global, European and Swedish challenges
How can electricity make a difference?
Tomas Kåberger, Chalmers Energy Area of Advance
Overview electrification of road transport
Mats Alaküla, Lund/Volvo
Use and recycling of critical materials in electrified vehicles
Maria Ljunggren Söderman, Department of Energy and Environment,
Chalmers and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
The future of wind power
Flemming Rasmussen, Risö, Denmark
RENEWABLE POWER
ELECTRIFICATION OF ROAD TRANSPORT
GENERATION
Vehicles and Powertrains
Wind + Offshore
Wind power research at Chalmers
Vehicles and powertrains
Ola Carlson, Department of Energy and Environment, Ali Rabiei, Department of Energy and Environment, Offshore Wind Power
Optimization for electromobility
Nikolce Mugorski, Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers Current research issues on the wind
Challenges when developing PHEVs and BEVs
Thomas Abrahamsson, Department of Applied Mechanics, Wind power from a component industry perspective
Safe efficient vehicle solutions (SEVS) – results
from an interdiciplinary scenario study
Else-Marie Malmek, Malmeken AB and Anders Grauers,
Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers
Solar + Ocean
Electromobility
Chair: Maria Grahn, Department of Energy and Environ- PV power - Technologies and trends
Plugin and electric buses
Polymer PV - Status and challenges
Effects of plug-in electric vehicles on electrical
Mats Andersson, Department of Chemical and Biological distribution systems
David Steen, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers Ocean Energy Overview - Status and Challenges
Driving patterns matter
Sten Karlsson, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers The Sotenäs Project – Introducing wave energy at
PrimoveCity - Electric Mobility in Public Transporta-
commercial scale
Grid Integration
Energy Storage -
Chair: Massimo Bongiorno, Department of Energy and batteries and fuel cells
Chair: Per Jacobsson, Department of Applied Physics, Chalmers Wind power integration
Lithium batteries - the next generation part 1
Grid connection of Renewable Energy
Lithium batteries - the next generation part 2
Patrik Johansson, Department of Applied Physics, Chalm-ers Integration of wind power to regional and local
Fuel cells - when comes the next hype?
grids - issues and challenges
Anna Martinelli, Department of Chemical and Biological Peiyuan Chen, Department of Energy and Environment, SUM UP AND DISCUSSION
SUM UP AND DISCUSSION
Chair: Maria Grahn, Department of Energy and Environ- Chair: Per Jacobsson, Department of Applied Physics, CONFERENCE DINNER
THURSDAY MARCH 29
PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES - INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Chair: Lars Holmquist, Göteborg Energi
Smarter power grid operations with synchrophasors
Jay Giri, Alstrom Grid, USA
Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) - Technologies and challenges
Manuel Romero, IMDEA Energy, Spain
Fusion - Technologies and challenges
Friedrich Wagner, Max-Planck Institut für plasmaphysik, Germany
NEXT GENERATION NUCLEAR POWER
ELECTRIFICATION OF ROAD TRANSPORT
Generation IV, the role of nuclear
Vehicles and Powertrains
Chair: Teodora Retegan, Department of Chemical and Multi-physics modelling of nuclear reactor
The role of smart grid
Christophe Demaziere, Department of Applied Physics, Chalmers ELECTRA-FCC, an R&D centre for Generation IV
Smart grid network and communication
systems in Sweden
Marina Papatriantafilou, Department of Computer Sci- The noble art of catching nuclear rowdies - today
Ensuring Reliability and Economic Efficiency
and in the future
Through Scheduling of Smart-Grid Resources
Christopher Saunders, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers Nuclear power after Fukushima
The future role of energy consumers: The value
of flexibility
Magnus Brolin, SP
TOMORROW, POLICY INSTRUMENTS, BUSINESS MODELS & PRINCING
Chair: Tomas Kåberger, Chalmers Energy of Advance
Sustainable energy future
Filip Johnsson, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers
Business models and pricing, electricity
Lars Holmquist, Göteborg Energi
Business models, electromobility
Mats Williander, Viktoriainstitutet
The role of policy in the transformation of the energy system
Staffan Jacobsson, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers
SUM UP AND DISCUSSION
Chair: Tomas Kåberger, Chalmers Energy of Advance

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