International Technology Forum for Power System Operators and Owners

IPS Connect 2019

IPS Connect 2019 will be held from 11 – 15 November 2019 at the Hobart Function and Conference Centre in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia and will include a Two Day Professional Development Course and/or a 3 Day Technical Workshop.

Program and copies of the available presentations

VENUE

Hobart Function and Conference Centre
1 Elizabeth Street Pier
Hobart TAS 7000

Network-Aware Coordination: Bruny Island Battery Trial

Thunderbolt Mini Hydro - River Power Tasmania

Flinders Island Hub

FIRE Wind Turbine, Flinders Island, Tasmania

Heritage Power Trail

A self-guided driving trail of Tasmania’s power history.

2019 IPS CONNECT COMMITTEE

Chair:

  • Professor Michael Negnevitsky
    University of Tasmania

Committee:

  • Dr Richard Rocheleau
    Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
  • Associate Professor Xiaolin Wan
    University of Tasmania
  • Simon Benmarraze
    International Renewable Energy Agency
  • Simon Gamble
    Enernet Global
  • Ray Massie
    Hydro Tasmania
  • Dr James Hamilton
    Centre for Renewable Energy and Power Systems, University of Tasmania
  • Marc White
    Goanna Energy
  • Andrew Fraser
    Pyramus
  • Salman Stevenson
    TasNetworks
  • Professor George Roe
    Alaska Center for Energy and Power

Hosts

Sponsors

ISOLATED POWER SYSTEM CONNECT

Isolated Power System (IPS) Connect provides a unique opportunity for industry, academia and international experts working in the field of remote area power supply and isolated power systems to connect, discuss and share their ideas, present results, reflect on past experiences and discuss future projects.

    For enquires regarding presentations:

    Please contact Professor Michael Negnevitsky, IPS CONNECT 2017 Chair.
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