Grid-Forming Control and Solar Curtailment | Evaluating Microgrid Control with Simscape Electrical, Part 2
From the series: Evaluating Microgrid Control with Simscape Electrical
Patrice Brunelle, Hydro Quebec
Graham Dudgeon, MathWorks
An AC electrical power system cannot operate in a secure and stable manner without a well-regulated voltage and a well-regulated frequency. A control system in an AC electrical power system that directly contributes to the control of voltage and/or frequency setpoints is referred to as grid-forming. You will learn how,
- Droop control is a form of grid-forming control, with the added benefit that it facilitates effective power sharing if there are two or more sources under droop control.
- How solar power output must be curtailed in the event of a load disconnection in order to maintain voltage and frequency setpoints.
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