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The level of inertia in the power system has become a major challenge in many countries as the share of renewable production increases. At the same time, TSOs have challenges in assessing the actual amount of inertia operational in the system.

In this Work Package, pattern recognition technology will be applied on measurement and analysis of frequency derivatives, thereby assessing the level of inertia. Combined with inertia support by wind power this can make a vital contribution to the stability of the grid and reduce the risk of major disruptions and enable the integration of more renewable (wind) energy sources and distributed generation in the system.

Update 170616:

Three PQ Equipment are now installed in BARES WPP. One of them is installed inside of a wind turbine, one inside a 33 KV transformer substation and one inside a 154 KV transformer substation. Now real data will be collected by EnerjiSA and a computer model will be developed. Different control techniques will be compared and an online synthetic inertia estimator will be developed.

We are happy to announce that inertia experts from the Middle East Technical University (METU) are now supporting EnerjiSA in the project.

WP Leader:
Özden Ercin
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EnerjiSA, Turkey

Managing partner was

Metrum, Sweden
www.metrum.se

Project Partners were

Eltek, Norway
www.eltek.com

Rejlers Embriq, Norway
www.embriq.no

Enerjisa, Turkey
www.enerjisa.com.tr

Glava Energy Center, Sweden
www.glavaenergycenter.se

MälarEnergi, Sweden
www.malarenergi.se

STRI, Sweden
www.stri.se

Funding partners were

Smart Grids Plus ERA-Net
www.eranet-smartgridsplus.eu

Swedish Energy Agency
www.energimyndigheten.se

The Research Council of Norway

www.forskningsradet.no

Tübitak
www.tubitak.gov.tr

Horizon 2020
www.Ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020

Other contributing organisations were

- Prediktor
- Municipality of Arvika
- Pöyry
- University of Borås
- University of Dalarna
- Karlstad University

 

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