Head of Photovoltaic Systems and Smart Grid Unit in ENEA Portici Research Centre
Photovoltaic Systems and Smart Grid Unit - Photovoltaic and smart Network Division - Energy Technologies Department (DTE-FSN-FOSG]
Dr. Graditi Giorgio, PhD received his doctoral degree and the Laurea degree (cum laude) in electrical engineering from the University of Palermo (Italy), in 2005 and 1999, respectively. Since 2000, he is a Researcher at ENEA, Italian National agency for new technologies, Energy and sustainable economic development. Since 2011 he is the head of Photovoltaic Systems and Smart Grid Unit of ENEA research center of Portici at Naples (Italy). In 2013, he received the Italian National Scientific Qualification as Associate Professor in the competition sector electrical energy engineering. His main research interests are in: power systems design and control; power system conversion; PV, CPV and BIPV electrical and thermal design, characterization and reliability; micro-grids and smart grids modelling and analysis; multi-objective optimization applications. He is a member of IEA task 11 “PV Hybrid systems within mini-grids” and task 14 “High penetration of PV systems in electricity grids” and of Italian Electrotechnical Committee (CEI) CT 82 “Solar photovoltaic”, CT 316 “Connection to LV, MV and HV distribution networks” and CT 313 “Smart grids”. He is the ENEA responsible of many national and European (FP7) projects within solar photovoltaic and energy field. He has supervised several MSc and PhD theses. He is also peer review, member of editorial and advisor board of scientific journals, and chairman in international conference sessions. He is author of more 150 scientific papers published in the proceedings of international conference and journals.