Development of the eco-friendly alternative technologies is an inevitable choice in the construction of the new power system to achieve the carbon peaking and neutrality goals. With the consideration of the demand for carbon reduction in the power grid, the focus needs to be on the green and low-carbon innovation and development of the power equipment, especially with a strong emphasis on tackling the fundamental theories and key technologies related to the novel insulation materials with low-carbon and eco-friendly features. In terms of the gas insulating material, SF6 gas is strictly restricted for using in the power equipment and banned from emissions due to its strongest greenhouse effect and longer atmospheric lifetime. Besides that, in terms of the liquid and solid insulating materials such as the mineral insulating oil in transformers, cross-linked polyethylene in cables and epoxy resin composites, they also have environmental issues that need to be urgently addressed. The development of eco-friendly insulation materials could sufficiently provide innovative solutions for the low-carbon and eco-friendly upgrading of the power equipment. To share the important achievements and advancements in the research of eco-friendly insulating materials and the development of power equipment, this session aims to facilitate communications and discussions for the innovation and development of the eco-friendly alternative materials and its application in power equipment
Topics of interest for this special session include, but are not limited to:
(1) Eco-friendly gas and its application in high-voltage switchgear, GIS, GIL, etc.
(2) Advances in vacuum switching technology.
(3) Eco-friendly insulating oil and its application in power transformers.
(4) Eco-friendly insulating materials in high voltage cables.
(5) Recyclable epoxy resin materials and its application in high-voltage equipment.
(6) Design and manufacturing of eco-friendly high voltage power equipment.
(7) Condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of eco-friendly high voltage power equipment.
(8) Other eco-friendly dielectric materials and their applications.
Xiaolong Li , received his Ph.D. degree from Tianjin University in 2017. He worked as a Research Fellow at The University of Liverpool from 2018 to 2019. He is currently an associate professor at the School of Electrical Engineering, Shenyang University of Technology. He is also the director of The Institute of High Voltage and Power System at this university. He has been actively engaged in research on key technologies for environmentally friendly alternatives and also the development of green and low-carbon equipment, condition assessment of the transmission and transformation equipment. He is a young member of the CSEE High Voltage Technical Committee and the CES Plasma and Applications Technical Committee. He is also the Deputy Secretary-General of the Sub-Technical Committee on Basic Theory of Electric Arc in IEEE PES (China).
Zhonglei Li is currently an associate professor at the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Tianjin University. He mainly engaged in research on the insulation failure mechanism and insulation performance enhancement theory and methods of high-voltage AC/DC cables. He is the senior member of CSEE, member of Power Transmission and Transformation Materials Committee, member of IEEE PES DC Power Transmission and Transformation Equipment Subcommittee, etc. He has published 70 SCI papers such as IEEE TDEI (first & corresponding author 39), and had a h-index of 24 in Google Scholar. The applicant published 2 monograph as an associate editor, and publication 5 English monographs. The applicant worked as the principal investigator in 2 National Natural Science Foundation of China, of which the young scientist project is awarded excellent finishing project. The applicant was selected into the Young Elite Scientists Sponsorship Program by CAST and excellent young Scientists and Technicians in Tianjin.
Jian Hao received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Chongqing University in 2012. He studied at the University of Southampton in the UK from 2010 to 2011. From August 2012 to August 2016, he worked as a senior engineer at the Electric Power Science Research Institute of State Grid Chongqing Electric Power Company. He has been focusing on the analysis of insulation material performance evolution, evaluation of power equipment operation status and fault diagnosis, development of advanced insulation materials, as well as their engineering applications. He is the secretary of the Equipment Insulation Group of the High Voltage Special Committee of the Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering. He is also a member of IEEE PES DC Transmission and Transformation Equipment Technical Subcommittee. In recent three years, he was selected as one of the top 2% of global scientists in the annual scientific influence ranking (released by Stanford University in the United States).