Benchmarking of Power Quality Performance in Transmission Systems
Benchmarking of system performance with respect to power quality is receiving growing interest from both transmission system network operators, network users and electricity regulators. Due to this interest, WG C4.27: “Benchmarking of Power Quality Performance in Transmission Systems” produced the Technical Brochure 718. The main objective of this webinar is to communicate and present some recommendations from CIGRE WG C4.27. The emphasis of the webinar is on the general process that should be employed and on the definition of a “minimum set” of indices that would be sufficient for effective transmission system PQ benchmarking.
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