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Professor Tim Green

Early Life and Education

Professor Tim Green, FREng, is a professor of power engineering in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London. He is also the Academic Leader for Sustainability at the university. Green graduated with a BSc, MSc, and PhD, and is a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Institution of Engineering and Technology, and the Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering.

Career

Green's research focuses on the analysis and technology required to develop a zero-carbon electricity supply system that is dominated by variable renewable sources and other inverter-based resources (IBR) such as battery energy storage. He aims to address the challenges posed by the absence of traditional synchronous generators in ensuring the regulation of frequency and voltage, fault detection and location, and the damping of unstable modes. Green's work in this area involves the development of data-led models for assessing whole-system stability, as opposed to traditional physics-led models, due to the opaqueness of the models of IBR control software available from vendors.

In the past, Green contributed power electronics circuit and converter designs for HVDC that reduce losses while also providing control functions to assist integration into AC systems. He also pioneered the use of so-called soft open points in distribution networks. Green's work has been supported by EPSRC, Hitachi Energy, and National Grid ESO, and he collaborates with ESIG and G-PST.

Notable Publications

Personal Life

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Professor Tim Green

Early Life and Education

Professor Tim Green, FREng, is a professor of power engineering at Imperial College London. He is also the Academic Leader for Sustainability at the university, where he works to make the university's activities more sustainable.

Research Focus

Green's research focuses on the analysis and technology required to develop a zero-carbon electricity supply system that is dominated by variable renewable sources and other inverter-based resources (IBR) such as battery energy storage. He aims to address the challenges posed by such a system, including regulation of frequency and voltage, detection and location of faults, and damping of unstable modes.

Notable Publications

Previous Work

Before joining Imperial College London, Green contributed power electronics circuit and converter designs for HVDC that reduced losses while also providing control functions to assist integration into AC systems. He also pioneered the use of "soft open points" in distribution networks.

Professor Tim Green

Early Life and Education

Professor Tim Green, FREng, is a professor of power engineering at Imperial College London's Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He also serves as the Academic Leader for Sustainability at the university. Green graduated with a BSc, MSc, and PhD, and is a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Institution of Engineering and Technology, and the Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering.

Career

Green's research focuses on the analysis and technology required to develop a zero-carbon electricity supply system that is dominated by variable renewable sources and inverter-based resources (IBR). He aims to address the challenges posed by the absence of traditional synchronous generators in ensuring the regulation of frequency and voltage, fault detection and location, and the damping of unstable modes. Green's work in this area involves developing data-led models for assessing whole-system stability, as opposed to traditional physics-led models, due to the opaqueness of the IBR control software available from vendors.

Previously, Green contributed power electronics circuit and converter designs for HVDC, reducing losses and providing control functions for integration into AC systems. He also pioneered the use of "soft open points" in distribution networks. Green's work has been supported by EPSRC, Hitachi Energy, and National Grid ESO, and he collaborates with ESIG and G-PST.

Notable Publications

Personal Life

No information found.




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