Voltage and frequency control for future power systems: the ELECTRA IRP proposal

@article{DHulst2015VoltageAF,
  title={Voltage and frequency control for future power systems: the ELECTRA IRP proposal},
  author={Reinhilde D'Hulst and J. Merino Fernandez and Evangelos Rikos and D. Kolodziej and Kai Heussen and D. Geibelk and Armagan Temiz and Chris Caerts},
  journal={2015 International Symposium on Smart Electric Distribution Systems and Technologies (EDST)},
  year={2015},
  pages={245-250}
}
In this paper a high level functional architecture for frequency and voltage control for the future (2030+) power system is presented. The proposal suggests a decomposition of the present organization of power system operation into a “web of cells”. Each cell in this web is managed by a single system operator who assumes responsibility for real-time balance and voltage control of the cell, minimizing the dependency on inter-cell communication for secure system operation. The web-of-cells… CONTINUE READING
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