Operation of power systems with high penetration of power electronics converters – A TSO perspective
With the increasing penetration of renewable energy sources, power system operators face new challenges to ensure grid stability, resilience and reliability. This webinar explores the challenges and opportunities of integrating a large share of power electronics converters into electric grids, leading to low-inertia power systems.
Together with our two distinguished speakers, we examine the fundamental concepts behind low-inertia power systems and their impact on grid stability and reliability. Developing control, operation, and planning methods for the secure, economic, and resilient operation of low-inertia grids will be vital to achieving renewable energy integration.
File Size: 9,5 MB
Accessories for HV and EHV Extruded Cables - Volume 2: Land and Submarine AC/DC Applications
Ref.: GB 10
Electromagnetic transient simulation models for large-scale system impact studies in power systems having a high penetration of inverter-connected generation
Voltage Source Converter (VSC) HVDC for Power Transmission - Economic Aspects and Comparison with other AC and DC Technologies
Update of service experience of HV underground and submarine cable systems
Guide to procedures for estimating the lightning performance of transmission lines
Recommendations for testing of long AC submarine cables with extruded insulation for system voltage above 30 (36) to 500 (550) kV (This TB replaces electra article ELT_189_1)