Chair Co-Chair
PhD. Diego Mauricio Ojeda Esteybar

PhD. Diego Mauricio Ojeda Esteybar

Dr. Ing. Diego Mauricio Ojeda Esteybar
Diego M. Ojeda-Esteybar (StM 2000, M 2014), obtained the title of Electrical Engineer in 2005 and the title of Doctor of Electrical Engineering in 2011 at the National University of San Juan, Argentina (UNSJ). He is currently an associate researcher at CONICET and deputy director of the Area of Technology Transfer and Coordination with Industry of the UNSJ-CONICET Institute of Electric Power. In addition, he is president of the IEEE PES Chapter Argentina Section (PE31) for the period 2021-2022.
PhD. Delia Graciela Colomé

PhD. Delia Graciela Colomé


She was born in 1959. In 1985 she obtained her degree of Electronic Engineer and in 2009 her Ph.D. in Electric Engineering both at the National University of San Juan, Argentina. She has been professor and researcher at the Instituto de Energía Eléctrica, at the National University of San Juan – CONICET. She has worked as coordinator of the Electric Engineer career and Director of the Post grade Studies Department of the College of Engineering. Nowadays she is Director of Research Projects, technological transference, and Ph.D. and master thesis works. Her main research fields are: modeling, simulation, supervision, stability, and control of electric power systems.



Claudio Cañizares

Claudio Cañizares

Claudio Cañizares
Dr. Claudio Cañizares is a University Professor and the Hydro One Endowed Chair at the Electrical and Computer Engineering (E&CE) Department, and the Executive Director of the Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy (WISE) at the University of Waterloo, where he has held various academic and administrative positions since 1993 and has received multiple recognitions, especially the 2021-2022 Awards of Excellence in Graduate Supervision at both the University and Faculty of Engineering levels. He obtained the Electrical Engineer degree from the Escuela Politécnica Nacional (EPN) in Quito-Ecuador in 1984, where he held different academic and administrative positions between 1983 and 1993, and his MSc (1988) and PhD (1991) degrees in Electrical Engineering are from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research activities focus on the study of stability, control, optimization, modeling, simulation, and computational issues in bulk power systems, microgrids, and energy systems in the context of competitive energy markets and smart grids. In these areas, he has led or been an integral part of many grants and contracts from government agencies and private companies worth millions of dollars, and has collaborated with multiple industry and university researchers in Canada and abroad, supervising/co-supervising over 170 research fellows and graduate students. He has authored/co-authored more than 350 publications with over 24,000 citations and a 70+ H-index, including journal and conference papers, technical reports, book chapters, disclosures and patents, and has been invited to deliver keynote speeches, seminars, tutorials, and presentations at many institutions and conferences worldwide. He is the Editor-In-Chief of the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (IEEE) Transactions on Smart Grid, the 2022-2023 IEEE Division VII Director of the IEEE and Power & Energy Society (PES) Boards, and a Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, where he was the Director of the Applied Science and Engineering Division of the Academy of Science from 2017 to 2020, and a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering. He is also the recipient of the 2017 IEEE PES Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award, the 2016 IEEE Canada Electric Power Medal, and of multiple IEEE PES Technical Council and Committee awards and recognitions, holding leadership positions in several IEEE-PES Committees, Working Groups, and Task Forces.
Francisco M. Gonzalez-Longatt

Francisco M. Gonzalez-Longatt

Francisco M. Gonzalez-Longatt
Francisco M. Gonzalez-Longatt is currently a full professor in electrical power engineering and Founder and leader of the DIgEnSys-Lab (Digital Energy Systems Laboratory) at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Cybernetics, University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway. He is a former Lecturer in Electrical Power System at Loughborough University (2013-2019), UK and Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Coventry University, UK (2011-2013). He was with the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Manchester as a post-doctoral researcher (2009-2011); and formerly was a former associate professor on Electrical and Chair of Engineering Department of Universidad Nacional Politécnico de la Fuerza Armada Nacional (UNEFA), Venezuela, Venezuela (1995-2009). He is Vice-President of the Venezuelan Wind Energy Association.
Julio Romero Agüero

Julio Romero Agüero

Julio Romero Agüero
Dr. Julio Romero Agüero is Vice President, Strategy & Business Innovation at Quanta Technology. He has 27 years of experience, he provides leadership to Quanta Technology in the areas of technology and business strategy, innovation, grid modernization, distribution systems planning, reliability, resiliency, and integration of distributed energy resources and emerging technologies. He has developed solutions in these areas for electric utilities and regulatory boards in the USA, Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia. He is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES), and currently serves as Vice President, Membership & Image in the IEEE PES Governing Board. He served as Chair of the 2020 and 2021 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference – North America (ISGT – NA), Chair of the IEEE Distribution Subcommittee, Chair of the IEEE Working Group on Distributed Resources Integration, Editor of IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, and Editor of IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. He is a and an Adjunct Professor at University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Jesús Manuel Riquelme Santos

Jesús Manuel Riquelme Santos

His main line of research is in the area of “Electric Power Systems”, mainly prediction, planning, and electricity market. Within this field, he was part of one of the most relevant research groups at the national level and teaches the only interuniversity doctorate course in electrical energy systems at the national level. During these almost 25 years of scientific work, he directed 6 doctoral theses. In addition, he was a participant and director of more than 43 research projects ranging from projects of the National plan to projects financed by the CDTI in collaboration with different companies in the sector. In the execution of these projects, contributions have been made in 60 indexed journals, 7 non-indexed journals, 4 international book chapters, 3 teaching books, and 57 congresses. Finally, it is part of different national network associations (FUTURED, REOLTEC, etc.) and international committees, either of congresses such as PSCC or as members of international committees. It is also part of the DERlab, the European Distributed Energy Resources Laboratories (DERlab), and the Ibero-American Network for the Development and Integration of Small Wind Generators (MICRO-EOLO). On the other hand, it has participated in contracts with companies, far exceeding €1M. It is worth noting, for example, the European Market Simulator (GEMS) project was developed under its supervision and marketed by ISOTROL (https://www.isotrol.com/gestion-energia-mercados-mayoristas/). Other projects that have given rise to commercial software are CECOVEL and the Secondary Market Simulator marketed by ISOTROL and acquired by ENDESA. Lastly, he is a founding partner of the technology-based company INGECTUS (https://ingelectus.com/). Dr. Riquelme was Secretary and Director of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Seville. In addition, since 2005 he has been the director of the Master’s Degree in the Electric Power System and since 2018 Coordinator of the Thematic Network P717RT0148-Ibero-American Network for the Development and Integration of Small Wind Generators.

Luis “Nando” Ochoa

Luis “Nando” Ochoa

Luis Nando Ochoa is a Professor of Smart Grids and Power Systems at The University of Melbourne, Australia. He is an IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer, an Editorial Board Member of the IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, and an IEEE Senior Member. Previously, from 2011 to 2021, he was full and part-time with The University of Manchester, UK. From 2007 to 2010 he was a Research Fellow in Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh, UK. In 2010, he also undertook an industrial secondment with the Edinburgh-based company Psymetrix Ltd (part of GE). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering received from UNI (Peru), and a Research MSc and a PhD in Electrical Power Engineering, both received from UNESP Ilha Solteira (Brazil).

PhD. Enrique E. Mombello

PhD. Enrique E. Mombello

Enrique Esteban Mombello (M’95–SM’00) received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Universidad Nacional de San Juan, San Juan, Argentina, in 1982 and 1998, respectively. He carried out research activities from1989 to 1991 at the High Voltage Institute of RWTH, Aachen, Germany. He is currently a Senior Researcher at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET), Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a Professor at the Institute of Electric Energy, National University of San Juan – CONICET, San Juan, Argentina. Since 2016 he is a member of the CIGRE JWG A2 / C4.52 Group "High-frequency transformer and reactor models for network studies", and since 2019 of the CIGRE JWG A2.63 Group "Transformer impulse testing". He has more than 70 publications in international journals and conference presentations. He has more than 30 years of experience in undergraduate and postgraduate research and teaching projects. His main research interests are high-frequency transformer model development, power transformer design and diagnostics, asset management, transformer life management, electromagnetic transients in power systems, and low frequency electromagnetic fields.


The IEEE Power and Energy Society has the honor of being the oldest in IEEE. Fields of interests include research, development, planning, design, construction, maintenance, installation and operation of equipment, structures, materials and energy systems for the conversion, generation, transmission, distribution, storage and use safe, sustainable, economic and reliable. of electrical energy, including its measurement and control.

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  • Electrical safety, electrical system protection and standards
  • Electronic power converters and control systems
  • Emerging test materials and techniques
  • Environmental and technical performance of the system
  • Generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy
  • Information and Telecommunications Systems for electrical systems
  • Operation of electrical systems
  • Planning, development, regulation and economics of electrical systems
  • Renewable Generation and integration into electrical systems
  • Scattered generation and distributed generation systems
  • Smart networks, micro networks, measurement design and cybersecurity
  • Testing of materials and techniques


Speaker: PhD. Gerardo Blanco
Duration: 4 hours

Part 1 (1 hour)

  • Ontological Principles: The Structure of Being – Exist and Consist
  • Dynamics of ontological systems: The dialectic between becoming and permanence
  • The metaphysics of Act and Potency
  • The causes of Aristotle: Formal, Material, Efficient and Final
  • Ontological Components: Politics, Ethics, Logic and Physics
  • Dynamics of ontological components
  • Make decisions as a political act
  • First Law: Political Principle of Energy
  • Case Study 1: Multi-criteria decision-making approaches under uncertainty

Part 2 (1 hour)

  • Boltzmann Disorder: Entropy
  • Shannon’s information theory
  • The order of Prigogine and Schrödinger
  • Complex systems and the accumulation of knowledge
  • Knowledge as a construction of the physical and dignity
  • Second Law: Physical Principle of Energy
  • Case Study 2: Complex systems and energy development

Part 3 (1 hour)

  • Public Policies as an efficient cause
  • The tragedy of the commons and public goods
  • Evolutionary Game Theory
  • Third Law: Logical Principle of Energy
  • Case Study 3: Public Goods Games and strategies for cooperation

Part 4 (1 hour)

  • The epic of cooperation: The ethics of Harari and Ostrom
  • Justice and the evolution of cooperation in populations
  • Fourth Law: Ethical Principle of Energy
  • Case study 4: Social cooperation in chaotic systems (Paper Games)
PhD. Gerardo Blanco

PhD. Gerardo Blanco

Gerardo Blanco holds an Electromechanical Engineering degree from the School of Engineering of the National University of Asunción (UNA) (2004) and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering (with honors, summa cum laude) from the Electrical Energy Institute (IEE) of the National University of San Juan, Argentina (2010), with a scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
In 2010, he founded the Research Group on Energy Systems (GISE) at the Polytechnic Faculty of the UNA. At GISE, as Professor and Director, he has supervised more than 50 undergrad, 14 master’s, and two Ph.D. students so far. In addition, to encouraging his students, he published more than 130 scientific articles in indexed scientific journals and congresses and seven books and book chapters.
He also contributed to the creation and development of the Energy Engineering undergraduate degree and MSc and Ph.D. programs, serving as Coordinator of the MSc and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering.
He was a researcher and visiting professor at the Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics (ie3) – Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany, in 2009 and 2012, respectively, as well as a fellow of the US Department of State for the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) in 2014.
Gerardo served between 2016 and 2019 as Associate Editor of the Scientific Journal IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution Journal. Since 2016 he received Senior Member status of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He is also a reviewer of several ISI TIER-1 journals such as Energy Policy, Energy Economics, PLoSONE, and IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.
Gerardo also has experience as a consultant for institutions such as the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE), CAF, IDB, and the United Nations (UNDP). Thus, Gerardo has led the outline of energy plans and policies for five countries.
In 2018, he co-founded and served as VP of the Center of Natural Resources, Energy and Development" (CRECE), a scientific and multidisciplinary think tank for natural resources, energy, and development, with experience in providing high-quality policy advice and access to a vast network of relevant national and international stakeholders.
Gerardo has been a Member of the Governing Council of Itaipu Binacional since August 7 th, 2019, appointed by the President of the Republic of Paraguay by Decree No. 2277 of the Executive Branch.




133 Parametric Estimation of the ZIP Load Model based on Optimization Techniques and PMU Measurements Joffre Remigio Constante and Delia Graciela Colomé
311 Design and implementation of an off-the-shelf controller for power electronics research and teaching José Aravena, Dante Carrasco, Emilio Contreras, Matías Uriarte and Matías Díaz
355 Lithium-Based Batteries Implemented in Power Networks: A State-of-the-Art Review Cindy Madrid, Leonardo Ontiveros and Antonio Sarasua
820 Desconexión de Carga – Evaluación de la Reaceleración de Motores de una Planta Industrial Germán Emiliano Rubbo, María Beatriz Barbieri and Victor Fabian Corasaniti
1193 Optimizacion del Costo Eléctrico de Grandes Demandas en Argentina por Medio de la Gestión Predictiva del Sistema de Climatizacion Sergio N. Bragagnolo, Rodrigo M. Schierloh, Jorge C. Vaschetti and Jorge R. Vega
1459 Evaluación de la Prospectiva Energética de la microrred Baltra – Santa Cruz usando Flujos de Potencia Probabilísticos Gabriel Sebastián Salazar Pérez, Jaime Cristobal Cepeda Campaña, Gabriel Benjamín Salazar Yépez and Rommel Patricio Aguilar Chiriboga
1852 Behavior of Active Losses in a Real Electrical Distribution System with Insertion of Photovoltaic Generation Guillermo Fabián di Mauro, Martin Nahuel Serna, Juan Manuel Vignerte, Carlos Alberto Agüero and Jorge Luis Strack
2139 Analysis of Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor Influence on the Subsynchronous Resonance Phenomenon through Electromagnetic Transients Simulation Cynthia Guillen, Juan Ramirez, Patricia Otero and Nelson Granda
2287 Control of Three-Level Boost Rectifiers in Back-to-Back Converters Sergio Alejandro González, Marcos Judewicz and Daniel O. Carrica
2652 Analysis of the impact of the electric vehicles charging on distribution transformers Omar Chacon and Patricia Gavela
2847 Estimación de Curvas Diarias de Demanda Eléctrica en Transformadores de Distribución mediante Redes Neuronales Artificiales Daniel Orbe, Gabriel Salazar and Paúl Vásquez
2945 A Review on Generation Expansion Planning under Oligopolistic Games and Strategic Flexibility Bruno Mombello, Fernando Olsina and Rolando Pringles
3019 Electric Energy Consumption Prediction in Technological Education Buildings Using Linear Regression Method Julio Ariel Potschka, Manuel Armando Mazzoletti, Mario Orlando Oliveira and Carlos Ruben Brazzola
3205 Métodos de Detección y Localización de Fuentes de Oscilaciones Forzadas en Sistemas de Potencia Pablo Gill Estevez, Pablo Marchi, Cecilia Galarza and Marcelo Elizondo
3814 Experimental assessment of a Modular Multilevel Converter using OPAL-RT controller and power stage Efrain Ibaceta, Alexander Rojas, Vicente Faúndez, Dante Carrasco, Emilio Contreras, Matias Díaz and Juan Travieso
3893 Real-Time Implementation of Two Grid-Forming Power Converter Controls to Emulate Synchronous Generators Luis Santiago Azuara-Grande, Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt, Gioacchino Tricarico, Raju Wagle, Santiago Arnaltes and Ricardo Granizo
4155 Analysis of Constant Power Loads impact on DC microgrid with Distributed Control Marco Carnaghi, Paula Cervellini, Rogelio García Retegui, Marcos Judewicz and Marcos Funes
4350 Aerodynamic Design of the Blade of a Horizontal Axis Mini Turbine for Low Wind Speeds for the High Andean Area of Peru Ubaldo Yancachajlla Tito, Oliver Amadeo Vilca-Huayta and Mario G. Borja Borja
4466 Sample Average Approximation for Transmission Investment Planning With n-k Security Criterion Alex Villamarin
4476 Calculation of Lightning Performance of Overhead Power Distribution Lines Felipe Santiago Alegre Chamorro, Roberto Jose Cabral, Fernando Botteron, Mario Orlando Oliveira, Tamara Rebeca Soloneski and John Armando Morales Garcia
4490 Application of a Single-Phase Matrix Converter for Electric Vehicle Charging Claudio Vidal, Luca Tarisciotti, Matías Díaz, Roberto Cárdenas, José Rodríguez and Patrick Wheeler
4713 Dynamic Electricity Tariff in Distribution Systems: Bibliometric Analysis and Literature Review Jose Miguel Mostacilla Paz, Gustavo Coria Pantano and Andrés Arturo Romero Quete
4747 Power System Transient Stability Prediction using Machine Learning Diego E. Echeverría, Jaime C. Cepeda Campaña and Delia Graciela Colomé
4898 Diseño e implementación de un controlador universal de convertidores de potencia Pablo Amoedo and Mónica Elena Romero
4947 Improved Methodology for Limiting the Multiple Estimation Problem of Fault Location in Two-Wire and Single-Wire Electric Power Distributors German D. Wilt, Guillermo F. di Mauro and Carlos A. Agüero
5159 Additional Rotating Reserve for Frequency Regulation in face of the Access of Wind Farms Marcos Cea, Ulises Manassero, Ariel Loyarte, Emmanuel Sangoi, Jorge Rubén Vega and Mariano Miguel Perdomo
5189 Analysis of the consumption profile of a refrigerator using an IoT architecture Andrés Felipe Duque Montenegro, Leyla Becerra and Javier Rosero
5289 Evaluation of Load Restoration in Smart Shedding Scheme for Genset in a Microgrid José Boher, Manuel Armando Mazzoletti, Roberto Esteban Carballo, Fernando Botterón and Guillermo Rubén Bossio
5408 Sistemas de Información Geográfica y software de Análisis de Sistemas Eléctricos de Potencia para la elaboración de una herramienta que determina el desequilibrio de carga en transformadores de distribución Gastón Gimenez, Carlos Agüero, Juan Vignerte, Daniel Anaut, Guillermo Di Mauro and Jorge Strack
5434 Evaluación de la degradación de almacenadores electroquímicos en microrredes eléctricas mediante el método de conteo Rainflow – Degradation evaluation of electrochemical storage units in microgrids using Rainflow counting method Fernando Adrián Olsen Berenguer, Pedro Enrique Mercado and Marcelo Gustavo Molina
5443 Operación óptima de redes de distribución activas con alta penetración de energías renovables: aplicación al caso estudio IEEE 33 Diego Feroldi and Pablo Rullo
5448 Pronóstico de variables eléctricas en el marco del proyecto de ciudades inteligentes en Mar del Plata Patricio Donato, Carlos Martin Orallo, Marcos Funes and Noelia Echeverría
5452 Identificación de niveles confiables de penetración de generación fotovoltaica Oscar Torres Larrosa, Diana Valdez and Antonio Carlos Zambroni
5529 Análisis de Confiabilidad del Sistema Eléctrico Paraguayo como herramienta de priorización de Obras de Transmisión Diana Valdez Barboza, Oscar Torres Larrosa and José Vallejos
5708 Proposal for flicker measurement and evaluation in grid-connected low-power wind turbines Ariel Agnello, Ruben Bufanio, Damian Marasco, Gustavo Monte, Norberto Scarone, Mariano Amadio, Rafael Oliva, Andrés Zappa and Carlos Cañon
5899 Wind generation potential study and asymmetric profile design for a Darrieus H-type wind turbine Andres Felipe Galindo Rojas, Javier Alveriro Rosero Garcia and Carlos Labriola
5920 Mean-variance mapping metaheuristic applied to stochastic hydrothermal optimization Martha Patricia Camargo Martínez and Osvaldo Añó
6052 Tool for optimal sizing of hybrid microgrids PV/Battery/Wind/Diesel with hybrid inverters Nicolas Merchan, David Romero-Quete and Camilo Cortes
6139 Diseño y simulación de microrred híbrida aislada Luis Horacio Vera, Manuel Cáceres, Andrés Firman, Raúl González Mayans and Arturo Busso
6236 Estudio de Riesgo por Arco Eléctrico Según AEA 92606. Análisis de Sensibilidad de Resultados Emmanuel Sangoi, Ulises Manassero, Ariel Loyarte, Juan Pedro Fernandez, Lautaro Daniel Rossi and Marcos Cea
6759 Inter-Turn Short-Circuit Detection Through Differential Admittance Monitoring in Transformers Gustavo Gabriel Leal Hansen, Matias Meira, Cristian Ruschetti, Guillermo Bossio and Carlos Verucchi
7059 A machine learning approach to address 1-week-ahead peak demand forecasting using the XGBoost algorithm Dario Barochiner
7120 Optimization of Energy Generator with the Advanced Design and Fabrication of Piezoelectric Harvester System Carlos Oblitas, Francisco Segura, Juan Antón, Manuel Ramirez, Paul Palacios, José Cornejo and Juan C. Chavez
7313 Mitigación de los problemas de tensión en redes de distribución con alta penetración GD-FV Leonardo Leon, Leonardo J. Ontiveros, Maximiliano Martínez and Pedro Mercado
7318 MRA of fault-generated high-frequency transient signals using mathematical morphology. Comparison with wavelet transform Juan Carlos Quispe H., John Morales and Eduardo Orduña
7414 The Impact of Transmission Line and Grounding System Modeling on Lightning Overvoltages Jaimis Sajid Leon Colqui, Rodolfo Antônio Ribeiro de Moura, Marco Aurélio De Oliveira Schroeder, Zocimo Ñaupari and José Pissolato Filho
7469 Tool for Planning and Integration of Storage Systems – HEPISA David Romero-Quete, Andrés F. Peñaranda, Alvaro Avendaño Peña and Camilo A. Cortés
7526 Stochastic dynamics of the generation expansion in renewable power systems: the Paraguayan case Daniel Rios, Sonia López, Gerardo Blanco and Fernando Olsina
7583 Beneficios de la Transmisión de Energía Eléctrica en Corriente Continua en Sistemas con Alta Penetración de Energía Renovable Rodolfo Edgar Rosés, María del Carmen Giménez and Sasha Palacios
7709 Technical-economic comparison of microgrids for rural communities in the island region of Galapagos, Ecuador: Isabela Island case Christopher Ochoa-Malhaber, Diego Ochoa-Ochoa, Xavier Serrano-Guerrero and Antonio Barragán-Escandón
7828 Control of a Modular Multilevel Converter for Fast Electric Vehicle Charging Applications Cristóbal Rodríguez, Matías Uriarte, Mauricio Espinoza, Efraín Ibaceta, Matías Díaz and Enrique Espina
7953 Condition Assessment of High Voltage Instrument Transformers: A Bibliometric Analysis and Literature Review Cindy Madrid, Andrés Romero, Leonardo Ontiveros and Antonio Sarasua
8034 Efectos de los contactos de alta resistencia en las máquinas síncronas de reluctancia Javier Maza, Marco Degioanni, Pablo de la Barrera and Guillermo Bossio
8280 Planning for Electric Power Exchange with HVDC Links: Concepts and New Approaches Alex Ayo and Gastón Suvire
8862 A comparative study of dynamic state estimation approaches for detecting loss of excitation failures Pablo Marchi, Pablo Gill Estevez and Cecilia Galarza
8882 Evaluación del Índice de Salud de transformadores de potencia mediante el uso de lógica difusa y variables mínimas de uso común Ricardo David Medina Velecela, Jorge Peralta, Telmo Javier Gonzalez Benavides, Adriano Nayants Guzmán Shakay, Carlos Luis Conza Zhingre, Edwin Marcelo Sozoranga Benitez and Javier Bernardo Cabrera Mejía
8947 Regulation approaches for the final disposal of wind farm equipment after decommission Gabriela Álvarez, Rubén Toledo, Miguel Moreno and Osvaldo Ojeda
9482 AC Microgrid Control Strategies: A Brief Review Pabel Cardenas, Maximiliano Martínez and Marcelo Molina
9607 Energy Efficiency Labels in the World and Latin America: A Survey Jairo De Oliveira, Natalia Riveros, Arturo Gonzalez and Victorio Oxilia
9613 Short-Term Stability Assessment and Discrimination of Transient and Voltage Instability Estefania Tapia and Graciela Colomé
9778 Update and Implementation of the Measurement System of High Voltage Equipment Test at 50 Hz Diego Bustos, Alejandro Martí, Gerardo Balmaceda, Gustavo Coria, Fernando Rubio and Gustavo Rodriguez
9881 Security Constrained Unit Commitment and Economic Dispatch applied to the Modified IEEE 39-bus system Case Gioacchino Tricarico, Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt, Raju Wagle, Luis Santiago Azuara-Grande, Maria Dicorato, Giuseppe Forte and Jose Luis Rueda
9917 Evaluación del Índice de Riesgo de Transformadores de Distribución Mediante Técnicas de Lógica Difusa Ricardo David Medina Velecela, Carlos Galarza, William Rojas, Juan Pablo Gutiérrez, William Javier Gutiérrez, Diego Macas and Diego Xavier Morales Jadán
9939 Análisis de Factibilidad Técnica y Económica de la Generación Fotovoltaica Distribuida para Autoabastecimiento en Ecuador Eduardo Salazar, Mauro Jurado and Mauricio Samper
9952 Implementation of a low cost Synchronized Frequency Measurement Network in the Argentine Electric System Mariano Scheinkman, Mariano Anello and Alberto Del Rosso