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Workshop "Impact on the electricity grid of charging as part of electro-mobility"

10 - 11 Dec. 2019, 10:00
Campus Skellefteå , Hearing room A
Published: 24 October 2019

Lecturer: several external and internal speakers

Organization: Tatiano Busatto, Sarah Rönnberg and Math Bollen

The electric power-engineering group at Luleå University of Technology, on behalf of the Swedish Energy Agency, is carrying out a project that studies how charging of electric vehicles impacts the electricity grid. As part of the project, two workshops will be organized, in December 2019 and in December 2020. The aim of the workshops is to both to acquire knowledge and to disseminate knowledge.

The first day of the 2019 workshop will be in Swedish with, among others, contributions from electricity grid companies and other players about their experiences and expectations with charging of electric vehicles.

The second day will be in English with contributions from foreign players and progress reports on ongoing research relevant to the project.


Tuesday, 10 December (in Swedish)

1000-1130: welcome, introduction, problem statement and overview of research results so far

1130-1230: lunch

1230-1630: presentations by the electricity grid companies and other players, as well as more details of research results; discussion between researchers and the electricity grid companies

Wednesday, 11 December (in English)

800-1200: Presentations by foreign speakers and detailed results from the research

1200-1300: lunch

1300-1400: final discussion on the research challenge and need for further research and development, with the possibility of further discussion afterwards.


A buffet lunch and coffee are included for participants. There is no registration fee but you will be invoiced an amount of SEK 2000 in the absence of attendance after registration.

Registration takes place via email to Sarah Rönnberg (, enter name, company, email, telephone number, invoice address (in case of no-show) and any food restrictions.

Registration by: 25 November

More information: Tatiano Busatto (, Sarah Rönnberg ( or Math Bollen (