Vanya Ignatova

Vanya Ignatova

Vanya Ignatova is a specialist in the architecture of renewable energy integration and is working on the impact of renewable and storage integration on the design, monitoring and control of electrical installations. She earned her master’s degree and a doctorate in power quality analysis methods from INPG (Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble). She joined Schneider Electric in 2006 as an electrical engineering expert to specify software for analysis and sizing of electrical installations. From 2010 to 2015 she worked on energy management and power quality solutions for industrial customers in a marketing offer creation position. Since 2015, she has been the head of renewable integration architectures on Schneider Electric’s Strategy & Innovation Team.

Why You Should Design Your Renewable Energy System for Self-Consumption (Vive la Difference!)

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What to do with photovoltaic renewable energy and why your decision matters

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Power Up Your Building With These Renewable Energy Technologies

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How to make your building —whether existing or new construction—net-zero energy

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Understanding the Victims of Power-Quality Disturbances

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Understanding the Sources of Power-Quality Disturbances

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Ground Fault Protection for Utility-Scale Solar Arrays

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Helping Wind Turbines and Grids Form More Reliable Connections

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Why Poor Power Quality Costs Billions Annually and What Can Be Done About It

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Power Quality Improvements for Today – And Tomorrow

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How Today’s Meters Make Power Quality Data Easier To Understand

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Power Quality: Measuring to Manage

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