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#TRAFO5 - 5th International Workshop on Power Transformer Performances

14 Nov 2018 @ 10:00-16:45 CET
Location: Brussels

The workshop will address the changing market environment for power transformers, their regulatory requirements and environmental considerations.

Large and medium power transformers are subject to energy performance regulation, which is currently under review. The revision is expected to address important aspects such as loopholes, level of ambition, relevance for repaired units. An important element is compliance to the requirements of the regulation in place. Technological progress helps to make transformer more environmentally-performant, more resistant to fire and better recyclable. These challenges are however not straightforward, especially so in an energy transition which needs to balance requirements for cost effectiveness and reliability with a need for deep decarbonisation for which grids will play a pivotal role.

This workshop is the 5th in a series that started in back in 1999, initiated by the European Copper Institute to advocate for better transformer energy performance.

Participation to this event is free, but registration is required (limited seats available).

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Agenda

09:30 Registration and welcome coffee
10:00 Introduction
Roman Targosz, European Copper Institute
10:15 Session 1 - EU Regulation 548/14. Experiences and perspectives. Tier 2. Level of ambition, potentials and consequences
Cesar Santos, European Commission
Flavio Mauri, ENEL
Jean Christophe Riboud, RTE
Michel Sacotte, T&D Europe
Paul Waide, Waide Strategic Efficiency
11:45 Coffee break
12:00 Session 2 - Market Surveillance. Transformer compliance to EU Regulation 548/14
Ingrid Weiss, WIP
Milena Presutto, ENEA
Nerea Ruiz, ECOS
Tomas Jezdinsky, European Copper Institute
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 Session 3 - Technology evolution. Functionality versus design
Angelo Baggini, University of Bergamo
Mayur Karmarkar, International Copper Association
Piergiacomo Cancelliere, Ministry of Interior, Italian National Fire Rescue and Service
Rajaram Shinde, Cargill
15:15 Coffee break
15:30 Session 4 - Environmental standardisation and performances. Circular economy and recycling
Gyula Hipszki, Siemens
Kai Pollari, ABB
Paul Van Tichelen, VITO/Energyville
Serge Noels, European Copper Institute
16:15 Conclusion – actions – next steps
Roman Targosz, European Copper Institute
16:45 Adjourn
 
Please note that the programme is subject to change, and will be updated continuously up to final confirmation by all speakers. If you have any comments or questions to the programme, please contact Roman Targosz (European Copper Institute), who is coordinating the programme.
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