Enhanced frequency control capability (EFCC) project

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Abstract

EFCC aims at developing and demonstrating a wide area monitoring and control scheme that is capable of deploying fast and coordinated frequency response using a variety of resources such as PV, energy storage, wind farms, demand side resources (DSR), and CCGTs. The successful implementation of this project is expected to enable faster response than existing schemes and lead to savings of £150m-£200m per annum by 2020.

Seminar

SeminarCIGRE UK Next Generation Network 10 Year Anniversary Event
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityManchester
Period9/10/179/10/17

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Energy storage
Farms
Frequency response
Monitoring

Keywords

  • enhanced frequency control capability
  • EFCC
  • monitoring
  • control

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Hong, Q. (2017). Enhanced frequency control capability (EFCC) project. Poster session presented at CIGRE UK Next Generation Network 10 Year Anniversary Event, Manchester, United Kingdom.
Hong, Qiteng. / Enhanced frequency control capability (EFCC) project. Poster session presented at CIGRE UK Next Generation Network 10 Year Anniversary Event, Manchester, United Kingdom.1 p.
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