Conducted a workshop on VRE grid integration workshop at the AUPET University in Almaty.
On December 10-11, 2018, Pramod Jain conducted Workshop in Tashkent on "Approaches to the development of electric power sector in Central Asia under high renewable energy penetration scenarios".
Conducted a meeting and book signing at the NRLDC, New Delhi.
On October 16-19, PtF energy experts Mrs. Mariyash Zhakupova and Mr. Pramod Jain conducted training at KEGOC on the DIgSILENT PowerFactory tool and methodology. The training was conducted using KEGOC’s model of the Kazakhstani grid. The purpose of the training was to provide guidance to the KEGOC PowerFactory team on renewable energy generation modeling and analysis of the results. More details
Conducted workshop on Wind power and grid integration of renewable energy on October 1, 2018 at AUPET in Almaty.
This workshop was organized by the USAID Power the Future Regional Program, implemented by Tetra Tech, in cooperation with the Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications
IWE kicked off the Power the Future project in Kazakhstan.
IWE completed a 5-day grid integration training for PLN Engineers in Makassar, Indonesia. It covered both theory and hands-on exercises with DIgSILENT PowerFactory 2016. Topic included power flow short-circuit and transient stability analysis with wind and solar PV power plants in the grid. Ritika Oswal and Pramod Jain were the instructors. The course was part of the South Sulawesi system impact study being conducted by IWE for the USAID's Indonesia Clean Energy Development project.
Pramod organized a day-long Quantum Leap in Wind deep dive workshop on June 6, 2016 at ADB headquarters in Manila, the Philippines. The theme was Accelerating Deployments in Emerging Wind Markets. More than 150 participants attended the workshop. http://www.asiacleanenergyforum.org/agenda/pre-forum-activities-2016/day...
“Grid Integration of Wind Power: Best Practices for Emerging Wind Markets” by Pramod Jain and Dr Priyantha Wijayatunga has been published under the ADB Sustainable Development Working Paper Series. Its focus is on system impact studies to support variable generation--wind and solar. It may download it at: