The International Workshops on Electric Power Control Centers were founded and organized by Tom Dy-Liacco in 1991. EPCC Workshops provide a unique platform for information exchange among the industry professionals involved in technical, business, regulatory and financial aspects of system reliability and electricity markets. Workshop discussions focus on the latest developments in control center technologies, highlighting their impact on the most urgent challenges of power system operations and system planning.
Who Should Attend
Attendance at the 14 international Workshop is open to all professionals and PhD students with experience, involvement or interest in the Workshop topics.
The Workshop Format
The EPCC Workshop comprises of five technical sessions, each dedicated to a specific topic. After the workshop, discussion slides and abstracts will be made available at this website.
How to Participate
Participation in the Workshop will be through informal discussions during the sessions and during the breaks throughout each day. Participants may present prepared discussions with the
aid of PowerPoint slides. Discussions will be limited on average to five to 10 minutes. Novel ideas will be allocated longer times. Discussion questions should be sent ahead of time.
One page abstract of the prepared discussion and/or discussion questions should be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 15, 2017.
Discussion slides are due at the Workshop. After the Workshop, discussion slides and abstracts and other used materials will be made available at this website.
The language of all presentations and discussions during the technical sessions is English.
The Workshop is sponsored, organized and supported by FGH. Additional support for the Workshop has been provided in the past by a number of power utilities, vendors, universities and manufacturers including
Sifang, Siemens, Ventyx, State Grid, NR, ABB, Alstom, Hitachi, Quanta Technology, V&R Energy, EPRI, Iberdrola, EirGrid, ENEL, CESI, South China Grid, MVM, EPFL, Statnet, DNV GL (KEMA), EdF, PPC and Hewlett-Packard.