Core functions of the Web-of-Cells control scheme

Berend Evenblij , Evangelos Rikos, Kai Heussen, Junjie Hu, Michel Maher Naguib Rezkalla, Mattia Marinelli, Atte Löf, Riku Pasonen, Seppo Hänninen, Julia Merino-Fernández, Emilio Rodriguez Seco, Efren Guillo Sansano, Mazheruddin H. Syed, Kevin Johnstone , Michal Kosmecki

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    In order to maintain frequency (balancing) and voltage control in the future power system, the ELECTRA Web-of-Cells (WoC) control scheme introduces six high-level use cases, which are Balance Restoration Control (BRC), Frequency Containment Control (FCC), Inertia Response Power Control (IRPC), Balance Steering Control (BSC), Primary Voltage Control (PVC) and Post Primary Voltage Control (PPVC). This document presents the detailed description of the core functions that are needed and sufficient for controlling the grid in a Web-of-Cells architecture.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherELECTRA Consortium
    Number of pages48
    Publication statusPublished - 2018


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