Interim Report: WP2 “Voltage profile modeling and study” Part A and Part B

A Ballanti, L F Ochoa, Y Guo, H Li

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    Abstract

    This study uses the estimated load models based on literature review and models the capabilty of primary substation to deliver demand response and reactive power absorption capabilty. The model related to primary substation to deliver demand response (Part A) will be validated against the measurements from the Trials. The model related to reactive power absorption capabilty (Part B) will be validated against he IPSA model used in ENWL. The key outcome of Part A is the analysis of the compliance with statutory limits of the network voltages at customers’ premises during voltage regulation techniques. The key outcome of Part B is the analysis that confirms the EHV network reactive power absorption capabilty across ENWL’s network.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherElectricity North West Limited (ENWL)
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    Publication statusPublished - 6 Jan 2015

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