2017年7月25日学术讲座:Nudging prosumers’ behaviors in smart grids
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电气与电子信息学院学术报告

报告题目:Nudging prosumers’ behaviors in smart grids

报告人:黄涛博士

时间:2017725日上午10:00

地点:6A301

主办:电气与电子信息学院

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个人简介:

Dr. Tao HUANG received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Politecnico di Torino, Italy. He holds a master’s degree in Electric Power System and Automation and two bachelor’s degrees in Electric Power System and Automation and Finance from Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China). He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Energy at Politecnico di Torino.

He has been an invited scientist to the Energy Security, Systems and Market Unit at the European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Energy and Transport to advance the modelling of distribution system operators, and of regional electricity system. He has been invited as a visiting scientist to the Durham University, UK. He was elected executive vice coordinator for the EU FP7 security project Securing the European Electricity Supply against Malicious and Accidental Threats (SESAME). Currently, he is also external International scientific advisor for the global energy interconnection research institute (Europe), state grid cooperation of China (former smart grid research institute Europe of state grid cooperation of China) and International scientific advisor for the state energy smart grid R&D center (SHANGHAI, China).

His research works include global system science and complex system science and their applications to electricity/energy systems, especially to electricity markets, policy decision making aid, energy security, critical infrastructure protection, emerging distribution grids (Smart grids), etc. He co-authored more than 30 publications, published in international journals, conferences, and book chapters on various topics related to power systems and electrical engineering.

主要内容:

The emerging of large number of prosumers in the smart distribution grid creates difficulties for the operation of the network as a large number of uncontrollable prosumers make autonomous decisions based on their own interest and free will. Therefore, how to nudge their behaviors through effective signals to be aligned with the social aspiration is a critical issue. On the other hand, the vision of the future grids provides opportunities for new players and the shifting of roles, new business models and services, etc. In this talk, we will introduce a multi-layer dynamic complex framework for investigating the changes of prosumers’ attitudes through social dynamics, the consequent behavioral changes in terms of energy consumption and generation, and eventually the influence on the grid, as well as the design of strategies and business models for market opportunities in smart grids. An application to a self-sustainable prosumer community will be used to illustrate the framework.