Generic Dynamic Models for Modeling Wind Power Plants and Other Renewable Technologies in Large-Scale Power System Studies

Generic Dynamic Models for Modeling Wind Power Plants and Other Renewable Technologies in Large-Scale Power System Studies

Abstract:

With the tremendous growth of wind power worldwide in the past decade, there has been an equally great demand for simplified, standard, and publicly available models for simulating wind power generators in commercially available power system simulation tools for stability analysis. Several efforts have been on the way to meet this need. The Western Electricity Coordinating Council’s Renewable Energy Modeling Task Force has successfully achieved this goal and more recently has been working on expanding these models to include the ability to model complex plants, energy storage, and frequency response capabilities. This paper presents an account of these latest developments.
Generic Dynamic Models for Modeling Wind Power Plants and Other Renewable Technologies in Large-Scale Power System Studies
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion Volume: 32Issue: 3, Sept. 2017 )
Page(s): 1108 – 1116
Date of Publication: 13 December 2016
ISSN Information:
INSPEC Accession Number: 17135512
Publisher: IEEE

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