Cost Effective Innovative Solution for Transmission Capacity Management in Low-inertia Weakly Interconnected Power Systems
Summary of the Doctoral Thesis
Dmitrijs Guzs, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Due to the political decision to synchronize the Baltic power system (BPS) with Continental Europe, the BPS will become a weakly interconnected system occasionally working in island mode and with rapidly diminishing system inertia levels. A novel, predictive, rapid load shedding (LS) method/scheme is proposed to tackle the challenges caused by BPS synchronization. The proposed novel LS scheme is based on using synchronous condensers as frequency/ROCOF sensors and will help to stabilize the grid frequency during major loss-of-generation contingencies.
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