Project overview:

Development of Advanced Methods for Evaluating Grid Stability Impacts

Awardee:

NREL

Started:

Q2, 2021

Technical Challenge Area:

Electrical Power Systems

Completed:

Q2, 2023

Synopsis:

The main objective of this project is to develop advanced modeling, control, stability monitoring and protection methods for the analysis and mitigation of dynamic stability problems in offshore wind power plants, and conduct demonstration testing at National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s facilities.

Target Outcomes:

1
Remove barriers for reliable integration of large levels of offshore wind power.
2
Use the strategy of wide-scale dissemination of project results among all stakeholder groups including reliability organizations, system operators, regulators, utilities, equipment vendors, project developers, academia, etc.

NOWRDC Project Manager

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Program Manager

Project Principle Investigator

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Chief Engineer

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