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Webinar practical information
|When?||25 June at 3pm CET|
|For whom?||Engineers, researchers, operators and students|
Join our webinar to learn about
- How to model and simulate adequacy for all types of networks and all time horizons
- Get robust results by simulating a large number of scenarios in your studies using one of the most powerful solvers of the market
- See how an open source software can give your studies much more added value
- Discover the services offer around Antares
- Get in touch with the wide community of users
In this webinar, we will show you all the features of Antares and the possible studies you can perform, using one of the more powerful tools for adequacy simulation.
We will talk about:
- The main features of Antares
- The references of Antares through some use cases
- The modelling used
- The results you can get
- The services that we offer on this software
César Clause, RTE international – Director of Digital Services for Power Network
César Clause has worked as Real Time Engineer for RTE, security coordinator for Coreso, before moving to project management, first in Coreso on the Flow Based Intraday Capacity Calculation. He moved back to RTE where he was in charge of European affairs for the Operation Department, and project Manager for Convergence, the RTE Energy Management System. He then joined RTE international as Director of the Business Line Digital Systems for Power Networks.
Alexandre Perin, RTE international – Project Manager in Electricity Sector Organisation
Alexandre Périn is a power system expert, He worked on cross border capacity calculations for RTE, the largest transmission system operator in Europe. He joined RTE international as adequacy and market expert. He has worked on numerous projects throughout the world, notably in response to challenges such as integration of renewable energies and the security of supply.
Paul Plessiez, RTE – Engineer in RTE R&D Department
Paul Plessiez has been working at RTE for several years. He was previously involved in the IT design of European capacity coordination projects, and participated in several groups of the ENTSO-e, the European association of transmission system operators. He is now working in the R&D department of RTE, in the Antares team. He is involved in adequacy modelling topics, and more specifically on hydro and transmission capacity modelling.