An offshore wind farm energy injection mastering using aerodynamic and kinetic control strategies

Ahmed Ousmane BAGRE

International institute for water and environmental engineering

Dr Ahmed Ousmane BAGRE is a lecturer and researcher at International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2iE). He is currently Director of programmes and previously the Head of Electrical and Energetic Engineering department. His current research interests include power system, renewable energy technology and grid intergation.He received his first master’s degree in Electromechanical engineering from National School of Engineering in Bamako Mali, the second master’s degree in Refrigeration systems and air conditioning from French Institute of Industrial Refrigeration and air Conditioning in Paris, France and the PhD in Electrochnic, Electronic and Automation from University of Le Havre, France.


The injection of wind farm production into a grid, needs optimal strategies for energy transfer management. Usually, the power produced by the wind farms does not fulfil all the grid code requirements. The main problem is... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Djamel Ikni (university of Le Havre)
  2. Ahmed Ousmane BAGRE (International institute for water and environmental engineering)
  3. Mamadou Baïlo Camara (university of Le Havre)
  4. Brayima Dakyo (university of Le Havre)

Topic Area

Wind energy technology and impact on environment


OS3a-R207 » Wind energy and smart grid (14:30 - Friday, 27th April, Room 207)

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