Professor Yonghua Song Prof. Song is the Rector of University of Macau and has held a number of leadership positions at British and Chinese universities and has rich experience in higher education management at a senior level. He has been actively promoting internationalization and institutional cooperation and is particularly familiar with the development and operational models of higher education institutions in Europe, the United States and Asia. Professor Song has long been engaged in electrical power system research. He enjoys an international reputation in areas such as energy, information and control engineering. His research and expertise have promoted the development of the electric power industry. Professor Song was elected a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) in 2004, IEEE fellow in 2007 and a member of Academia Europaea in 2019. He is also a fellow of International Euro-Asia Academy of Sciences, IET Fellow, Vice President of Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering (CSEE), Vice President of Chinese Electrotechnical Society, and an expert in the World Bank Energy Program for Romania Power and for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) aided project for Chinese Power Industry Reform. Professor Song also has an early connection with Macao as he has been appointed as Advisor of Science and Technology Committee of the Macao SAR Government since 2002.
Benjamin Zongbin YueMr. Benjamin Zongbin Yue was awarded with bachelor degree and master degree in electrical power engineering at Shandong University, China. He also got MBA in 2005.
Mr. Yue started his engineering career with China Electric Power Research Institute in 1995 and joined Companhia de Electricidade de Macau (CEM) in 1999. His experience of electrical engineering covers power production and automation, network planning and operation, energy contract management and so on. Currently, Mr. Yue is principal advisor to the Executive Committee of CEM.
Discussion on Technological Advance at Macao Electric Power System
With this topic, the author will discuss the possible new technologies to be applied at the context of Macao electric power system, considering the nature and needs of the Macao Special Administrative Region, as well as strength and weakness of the electric power industry in Macao. Scope of the technologies will cover power generation, transmission, distribution and customer service, adopting the latest development of information technology, communication technology, green energy management, as well as those related to Internet of Things that may be applied into electric power system. With the application of the advanced technologies into the Macao electric power system, the ultimate purpose is to achieve excellent power supply reliability performance and high quality of customer service in Macao, supporting the ambitious smart city development plan of the local community.
Mingli FuMingli Fu received his B.S. and PhD degrees from Xian Jiaotong University and University of Southampton respectively both in electrical engineering. He spent his career life in China and UK industry R&D sectors and universities as research fellow, lecturer and technology consultant. He was the Principal Technology Consultant and Senior Expert of Alstom Grid Technology Centre (UK) before joined Electric Power Research Institute of China Southern Grid under the government’s Global Experts Program in 2013. He is currently leading a term working on innovative technologies of HVDC/HVAC insulation, system safe operation and asset management. He is very active in CIGRE B1.62, B1.54, B1/B4/C4.73, IEC TC112 WG3/WG5 and IEEE DEIS. He is also the Fellow of IET, CEng and member of IEEE.
Development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Underground Cable Networks and Its Smart Operation Systems
The development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) will rival world’s leading bay areas and megacities. This will bring new opportunities for the electrical power industry while raising the bar for high-quality development. It is possible to predict that the area’s power transmission and distribution will largely rely on underground cable network, which will free up congested urban areas while becoming more resistant to environmental hazards and reserving urban visual landscapes.
Unlike traditional power networks, the operation and maintenance of these “invisible” transmission networks face great challenges. Luckily with advancements in the Internet of Things and smart sensing technologies these obstacles can be overcome. This report will address the above issues, including the development of underground cable network within megacities, the technical challenges faced, and the technological progress on smart monitoring and maintenance system.
Yingya Crystal Zhou CEO, Smart Energy Business Center, Tencent Cloud
German-Chinese New Energy Association
She received her master degree from RWTH Aachen University and Tsinghua University, respectively and worked as a visiting scholar at Stanford University. She was the winner of Excellent Student Scholarship both for her undergraduate and for her post-graduate studies at Tsinghua University. Besides, she has authored one International Patent and 39 Chinese Patents.
She once worked in the Department of Research & Development of Production and Algorithm in the fields of energy internet and power trading in German Power Company, ABB, and Chinese listed Company.
Internet + Energy - Practice and Discussion on Tencent Smart Energy
Introduce Tencent's long-term experience and accumulation in cloud computing, big data, internet of things, artificial intelligent and mobile internet, and its transformation of facing B-end industry and its application for B-end industry, etc. Introduce the exploration and practice on seeking the bonding point between CBTIM and the power industry.
Introduce the application of block-chain, non-intrusive load forecasting, knowledge mapping, and other innovative technologies in power grids. Based on Tencent's experience in developing ecosphere and opening strategy, introduce the integration of three stations, comprehensive energy services and other service ecosystems.
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