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【电气论坛】Development of Smart Grid in Taiwan 2019 (IGBSG 2019) 国际会议专题报告(5)

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Development of Smart Grid in   Taiwan 2019





Prof.   Faa-Jeng   Lin




Faa-Jeng   Lin received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical   engineering from National Cheng Kung University in Tainan, Taiwan, and his   Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from National Tsing Hua University in   Hsinchu, Taiwan, in 1983, 1985, and 1993 respectively. Currently, he is a   Chair Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Central   University, Taiwan. He was the Chair of the Power Engineering Division at the   National Science Council in Taiwan; the Chair of the IEEE IE/PELS Taipei   Chapter from 2007 to 2009; the Chair of the IEEE CIS Taipei Chapter from 2012   to 2015. He is an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems and   IEEE Transaction on Power Electronics. He received the Crompton Premium Best   Paper Award from the IEE, UK, in 2002; the Outstanding Research Awards from   the National Science Council, Taiwan, in 2004, 2010 and 2013; the Outstanding   Professor of Electrical Engineering Award in 2005 from the Chinese Electrical   Engineering Association, Taiwan; the Excellent Patent Awards in 2014, 2015   and 2016 from National Central University; the Outstanding Professor of   Engineering Award in 2016 from the Chinese Institute of Engineers, Taiwan.   Moreover, he is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology   (IET) since 2007 and a Fellow of IEEE since 2017. His research interests   include AC and ultrasonic motor drives, power electronics, renewable   energies, microgrid and smart grid, fuzzy and neural network control   theories, and nonlinear control theories. He has published more than 195 SCI   journal papers including 87 IEEE Trans. papers and more than 120 conference   papers and 15 patents in the areas of motor drives, renewable energies,   intelligent control, nonlinear control, and mechatronics. Several of these   papers have helped to establish research areas such as fuzzy neural network   control of motor drives and motion control systems, and resonant converters   for piezo-ceramic motor drives. Professor Lin is also the chair and principle   investigator of Smart Grid Focus Center, National Energy Project II in   Taiwan. This center aims to integrate Taiwan's R&D resources in smart   grid and renewable energy resources to formulate overall development   strategies of smart grid and supporting smart grid industries development.


The policy and   development of smart grid in Taiwan will be introduced in this talk. In   Taiwan, the National Energy Program (NEP)- Smart Grid General Project Phase 1   was implemented from 2010 to 2013. Phase 2 was launched in 2014 and slated to   continue for five years. The objectives of NEP- Smart Grid General Project   are meant to enhance the robustness of the power grid, reduce greenhouse gas   emission, increase the penetration rate of renewable energy and develop smart   grid industry in Taiwan. This talk will introduce the positioning of the   Smart Grid General Project among overall smart grid development, the results   of Phase 1, and the smart grid technology commercialization process of Phase   2.