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Control Requirements for Optimal Operation of Large Isolated Systems with Increased Wind Power Penetration

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Increased penetration of wind power in isolated systems may cause steady state and dynamic security problems in case of various disturbances. In this paper, initial results of studies of large systems with high wind penetration are presented, revealing their control requirements in order to increase renewables, while maintaining a high level of security of operation.
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hal-04265093 , version 1 (30-10-2023)

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Nikos Hatziargyriou, Michael Papadopoulos, Sokratis Tentzerakis, Joao A. Pecas Lopes, Helena Vasconcelos, et al.. Control Requirements for Optimal Operation of Large Isolated Systems with Increased Wind Power Penetration. 1997 European Wind Energy Conference - EWEC'97, EWEA, Oct 1997, Dublin, Ireland. pp.763-766. ⟨hal-04265093⟩
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