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    Introduction


    The provision of low carbon energy to our society is a key issue at the heart of sustainable development of global energy supply. The Global Energy Interconnection (GEI) Journal publishes original research on theories and developments as well practical applications on principles of large scale low carbon energy generation, transmission, distribution & storage technologies, global energy interconnection & system developments, global energy policy andenergy market operations, global climate changes & environmental impacts,global energy transition strategies and global energy governance.

    The scope of Global Energy Interconnection includes the following but notnecessarily restricted to:

    I. Operation and Planning of Global Energy Interconnection

    1. Theoretical analysis and economic incentives to facilitate the implementation of Global Energy Interconnection

    2. Conceptual and system development strategies, realization paths and comprehensive values of Global Energy Interconnection

    3. System planning, design techniques and tools and economic analysis of Global Energy Interconnection

    II. Global Energy Transformation, Climate Change and Global Energy Governance

    1. Strategies for Carbon Emissions Reduction and Global Experiences

    2. Impacts of Renewable Energy Developments on Climate Changes and Economic Evaluation

    3. Global Energy Governance and Energy Cooperation to address Climate Change

    4. Low Carbon Technology of Power Grid

    III. Smart Grids

    1. Wide area/ultra wide area monitoring, estimation, protection and control(WAMPAC)

    . basic WAMPAC building blocks including PMUs, communication infrastructure, Data Concentrator solutions, management and processing of big data, knowledge extraction from big data, cyber security

    . Innovative operation and control of power grids using Wide area/ultra wide area information

    . Adaptive identification and corrective techniques/technologies for power grids using Wide area/ultra wide area information

    2. System Integrity Protection Schemes (SIPS) - Special Protection Schemes;Remedial Action Schemes

    3. Design of modern Energy Management Systems (EMS) and Distribution Management Systems (DMS), their applications to support energy connectivity and global energy interconnection

    4. Techniques /Technologies for real-time dynamic security assessment, situational awareness, prevention of power system blackouts and approaches for power system restoration

    5. New concepts of robust, secure, reliable, self-healing and resilient power systems

    6. Technologies and new solutions for ancillary services to support smart grids and global energy interconnection

    IV. Advanced Power Transmission Technologies/Techniques

    1. Advanced transmission technologies including High-Voltage/Ultra High Voltage ACtransmission, High-Voltage/Ultra High Voltage DC transmission, flexible AC/DCtransmission systems

    2. Wide area/Ultra wide area co-optimized planning of generation and transmissionresources

    3. Real world experiences of AC/DC transmission expansion applications tailored tohigher penetration levels of fluctuating/remittent renewable energies

    4. Innovative control and protection principles as well as practical control andprotection experiences for interconnected power grids and global energyinterconnection

    V. Low Carbon and Clean Energy Technologies and System Integration

    1. Renewable Energy Technologies (e.g., wind, wave, biomass, solar, hydro, etc),clean fossil fuel technologies (e.g., carbon capture) and their integrationinto modern energy systems

    2. Energy storage technologies: Design, operation, control and system planning aswell as market operations and innovative business models

    3. Interactions and integration between electricity and other energy vectors andsectors (including heating, cooling, gas, hydrogen, transport and energystorage)

    4. Technologies to enhance flexibility in future energy systems and energyinterconnection as well as global energy interconnection

    5. Operation, control and protection pf low carbon clean energy generation systems


  • Chairman of Editorial Board

  • Zhenya LiuGlobal Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization

  • Vice Chairman of Editorial Board

  • Xuming LiangGlobal Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization

  • Members of Editorial Board

  • Ching Chuen ChanThe University of Hong Kong, China

  • Weijiang ChenState Grid Corporation of China, China

  • Qili HuangState Grid Corporation of China, China

  • Reinhard HuettlGerman Academy of Sciences and Engineering, Germany

  • Richard SchombergInternational Electrotechnical Commission, France

  • Micheal SterlingEnergy sub-group of Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology, UK

  • Letian Teng Global Energy Interconnection Research Institute, China

  • Nikolai Voropai Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

  • Yusheng XueState Grid Electric Power Resea

  • Yongping Yang North China Electric Power University, China

  • Ryuichi Yokoyama Waseda University, Japan

  • Xiaoping Zhang University of Birmingham, UK

  • Xiaoxin Zhou China Electric Power Research Institute, China

  • Guest Editors-in-chief of Editorial Board

  • Andrew Blakers Academy of Tech Sci & Eng, Australia

  • Philip Cornell World Bank Group, USA

  • Martin Frick United Nations Secretariat, Germany

  • Hongjie Jia Tianjin University, China

  • Tomas Kåberger Chalmers Univ., Sweden & REI, Japan

  • Chongqing Kang Tsinghua University, China

  • Georg Kell United Nations Global Compact, USA

  • Wei-Jen Lee University of Texas at Arlington, USA

  • Barrie Murray University of Bath, UK

  • Kuznetsov Oleg N. Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia

  • Jiahua Pan CASS Institute, China

  • Rui Pestana National Energy Networks, Portugal

  • Aici Qiu Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

  • Donglian Qi Zhejiang University, China

  • Keywan Riahi International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria

  • Dongil Lee Seoul National University Electric Power Research Institute, Korea

  • Massamba Thioye UNFCCC, Germany

  • Guangfu Tang Chinese Academy of Engineering, China

  • Chengshan Wang Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering, China

  • Jiye Wang China Electric Power Research Institute, China

  • Fushuan Wen Murdoch University, Australia

  • Guohong Wu Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan

  • Qiuwei Wu Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

  • Hengxu Zhang Shandong University, China

  • Sheng’an Zheng China Renewable Energy Engineering Institute, China

  • Li Zhu Sustainable Energy Center of APEC, Singapore

Contact Editorial Office


  • Global Energy Interconnection Editorial Office

  • Wei Wang   86-10-66598506 wang-w@geidco.org

  • Dawei Wang 86-10-63411711 dawei-wang@geidco.org

  • Yanbo Wang  86-10-63411762  yanbo-wang@geidco.org

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