Dr. Julija Matevosyan
Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)
Julia Matevosyan is Lead Planning Engineer at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), Resource Adequacy Group, primarily working on adequacy of system inertial response, system flexibility, frequency control and performance issues related to high penetration levels of inverter-based generation. Her other interests are integration of storage and distributed generation.
Julia is a member of CIGRE Working Group C2/C4.41 “Impact of High Penetration of Inverter-based Generation on System Inertia of Networks” and serves on a number of the technical advisory committees for projects related to high penetration of inverter-based generation carried out by NREL, EPRI, NERC, Hawaiian Electric, Xcel Energy and the EU-SysFlex project consortium.
Julia received her BSc from Riga Technical University in Latvia, and her MSc and PhD from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden. Prior to joining ERCOT she was with the consulting firms Parsons Brinkerhoff (now WSP) and Sinclair Knight Merz (now Jacobs), working primarily on system planning studies, grid interconnection and grid code compliance studies for wind power plants around the world.