3 years ago

Mitigation Measures for Photovoltaics Retrofit

slo, Karel Má, Andrew Kasembe,
An increased penetration of distributed energy sources in Europe causes challenges in the power system operation. One of these is the so-called 50.2 Hz issue—A threat to frequency stability due to disconnection of a large amount of distributed sources especially photovoltaic modules at the same time. This paper analyzes the frequency stability of the continental Europe synchronous area from the above-mentioned perspective using two dynamic models: Single-node and multinode. The influence of the system parameters (such as inertia and load) is demonstrated using the single-node model. The influence of local and interarea frequency oscillations on renewable energy sources disconnections is analyzed using the multinode model.
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