CROSSBOW goal is to propose the shared use of resources to foster cross-border management of variable renewable energies and storage units, enabling a higher penetration of clean energies whilst reducing network operational costs and improving economic benefits of clean energies and storage units.
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Manuel Serrano is an Electronic Engineer. He holds a double degree in Telecommunications from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and l’École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications de Bretagne (France) –networking specialisation. He is currently Head of the New Technologies Area within the Technology department of ETRA I+D. He was responsible for the BESOS, NOBEL and BEAMS projects. He also actively participates in the NOBEL GRID and WISEGRID projects.
Manuel is currently responsible of the CROSSBOW project, a TSO driven in South East Europe that proposes the shared use of resources to foster cross-border management of variable renewable energies and storage units, enabling a higher penetration of clean energies whilst reducing network operational costs and improving economic benefits of RES and storage units.
Ms. Dr. Tadeja Babnik has been involved with power system wide area monitoring, protection and control based on synchrophasor data from 2005. She has performed research and development as a part of ELPROS team responsible for wide area monitoring, protection and control system WAProtectorTM. She has been the project manager of many WAMS/WAMPAC projects.
Before she joined the ELPROS, she was a member of University in Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, for more than ten years. As a senior researcher she performed research in the field of electric power systems and lectures in the field of power system protection. She has many experiences with academic institutions and industry. She worked on research projects for industry purpose and several projects for Slovenian TSO and distribution companies.
Jan Jeriha has completed his master’s study at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana in 2018. His master’s thesis was titled: Agent-based control of flexible consumers in the distribution system, under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Andrej Gubina, PhD. Jan joined the Laboratory of Energy Policy (LEST) in March 2018 as a researcher. Currently, he is active in two international research projects CROSSBOW and COMPILE.
Mr. Sulakov graduated at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Sofia, in 1998. From 2000 to 2005 he was employed at Electricity Distribution Company – Plovdiv EAD, where he worked as expert and head of division, responsible for investment projects. Since 2006 he is a part of national dispatching center of ESO EAD in Sofia, where he is head of power planning division. He have been engaged as expert in many projects financed by EU Horizon 2020 Programme (Gridtech, EnviroGRIDs), CIDA, USAID, Bulgarian Academy of Science, Technical University of Sofia and Municipality of Plovdiv. He has many publications for IEEE, CIGRE and WEC. As team leader of ESO EAD, he is active in ongoing CROSSBOW project and forthcoming project X-FLEX, financed by EU Programme Horizon 2020. In 2018 he obtained PhD at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Sofia.