Power and renewables

Ensuring Grid Code Compliance in a New and Changing RfG Landscape

Grid code compliance

Paper written by Liselotte Ulvgård and Tobias Gehlhaar and presented at the wind integration workshop in Dublin

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Ensuring Grid Code Compliance in a New and Changing RfG Landscape

Ensuring grid code compliance in a new and changing RfG landscape

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In order to simplify the roll-out of renewable power generation throughout Europe, the new Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/631 sets out requirements for the connection of new generators connected to the grid.

Paper

Ensuring Grid Code Compliance in a New and Changing RfG Landscape

About:

In order to simplify the roll-out of renewable power generation throughout Europe, the new Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/631 sets out requirements for the connection of new generators connected to the grid.

Ensuring grid code compliance in a new and changing RfG landscape

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This paper provides an overview of the compliance scheme put forward in this regulation, and what national variations are to be expected, based on the implementations seen in selection of member countries. It also provides an outlook on further harmonization and standardization efforts being made. Finally, the paper suggests an approach for how in practice to provide proof of compliance for a collection of different countries in a proactive and efficient way to ensure a wide market acceptance, which can later also be extended to other grid codes or changing requirements.

Paper

Ensuring Grid Code Compliance in a New and Changing RfG Landscape

Ensuring grid code compliance in a new and changing RfG landscape

About:

In order to simplify the roll-out of renewable power generation throughout Europe, the new Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/631 sets out requirements for the connection of new generators connected to the grid.