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Power Cybernetics position paper

Power cybernetics position paper

The future of validation

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Position paper

Power Cybernetics position paper

Power Cybernetics

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The future of validation

Position paper

Power Cybernetics position paper

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The future of validation

Power Cybernetics

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The integration of distributed energy resources (DER) into distribution and transmission grids - mainly performed by power electronics with active controls - will have an increasingly more profound impact on the quality, reliability and availability of supply, as the level of DER penetration increases. The intrinsic grid characteristic will in fact at a given penetration level become completely governed by these distributed, active controls of the power electronics devices as opposed to the centralised controls today. This calls for a drastically new approach to testing and validation of equipment on grid compliance.

Position paper

Power Cybernetics position paper

Power Cybernetics

About:

The future of validation