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Renewable integration and primary control reserve demand in the Indian power system

Presentation held at 1st International Conference on Large-Scale Grid Integration of Renewable Energy in India, New Delhi, India, September 06-08, 2017
: Kannan, A.; Heckmann, W.; Strauß-Mincu, D.

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Created on: 8.11.2017

2017, 6 pp.
International Conference on Large-Scale Grid Integration of Renewable Energy in India <1, 2017, New Delhi>
Presentation, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWES ()
control reserve; primary control reserve or FCR; inertia constant; reference incident; renewable energy sources or RES; single area power system; single mass model

Control reserves are very important for power system operators in order to avoid large frequency deviations and secure a stable grid. India is currently in the process to quantify and establish control reserves. This paper mainly presents the estimation of primary control reserve or frequency containment reserve (FCR) within the Indian national grid by sizing it equal or larger than the reference incident. The estimated FCR has been analyzed by creating a step load disturbance equal to FCR by considering the system peak load condition. Further, the investigation of frequency response is carried out with the reduction of directly coupled aggregated inertia constant due to the integration of renewable energy sources (RES) by modelling a single area power system and a single mass model using Simulink.