System Stability of a Small Island's Network with Different Levels of Wind Power Penetration
Paper in proceedings, 2018

The reduction of the inertial response of the generation system has been one of the main obstacles to the penetration of high sharing of renewable energy sources in islanded systems. This issue can be solved thanks to innovative control that makes wind turbines able to provide the so-named synthetic inertia. The paper investigates some scenarios with different levels of wind power penetration in a small island whose grid is not supplied by the main grid, by the use of the software NEPLAN 360, simulating the wind power plants accordingly to the standard IEC 61400-27. The aim of the paper is to assess the maximum level of penetration in the island of wind generation, with traditional control systems, that does not threaten the stability of the system.

IEC 61400-27

Wind

NEPLAN

Stability

Author

S. Favuzza

University of Palermo

M. G. Ippolito

University of Palermo

R. Musca

University of Palermo

M. S. Navarro

University of Palermo

Navia

University of Palermo

E. Riva Sanseverino

University of Palermo

G. Zizzo

University of Palermo

Massimo Bongiorno

Power grids and Components

2018 IEEE 4th International Forum on Research and Technology for Society and Industry (RTSI)

8548355

4th IEEE International Forum on Research and Technologies for Society and Industry, RTSI 2018
Palermo, Italy,

Subject Categories

Energy Systems

Computer Systems

Other Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering

DOI

10.1109/RTSI.2018.8548355

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