Guide on new generator-grid interaction requirements
Standards are the usual instrument for interaction between generator manufacturers and customers. Grid codes are developed by Transmission System Operators (TSOs) to formalize their obligations and to establish the framework of their technical relationships with generation and distribution companies. Certain differences exist presently between design standards and grid code requirements, which is identified and discussed in this Technical Brochure.
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