To become the energy sources that power the remainder of the 21st century, wind and solar (along with associated storage technologies) must demonstrate their ability to not only generate energy but sustain an electricity grid. There has been much debate over their ability to do this, and many open questions remain. This presentation explores one of these questions - the impact of low system inertia on frequency stability and the adequacy of fast frequency response (FFR) as a replacement.

Speaker: Nicholas Maurer


84A-304 - Therapies Annexe
Zoom Meeting ID: 848 4651 5240