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Reliability Working Group Spring 2021 Session
March 17 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm EDT
The Reliability Working Group will hold an online session on Wednesday, March 17, 3:30 – 5:30 pm (eastern US). The focus of the session will be on the working group’s High Share of Inverter-Based Generation Task Force and continue developing the whitepaper on Power System Needs with High Share of Inverter Based Resources and Grid Forming Inverter Technology. The purpose of the paper is to discuss system needs, grid forming technology and control methods, share international projects where grid forming technology has been applied, share experience with requirements/market products incentivizing grid forming capability and to identify future needs for grid forming resources.
The objective of the High Share of Inverter-Based Generation Task Force is to develop an understanding of the options for stable operation of future power systems with a very high share of inverter-based generation like wind, solar and storage, and a roadmap for making the transition from the power system of today to a future one dominated by inverter-based generation, working with research organizations, OEMs, and system operators to build a consensus.
Reliability Working Group Chair: Jason MacDowell, GE Power
High Share of Inverter-Based Generation Task Force
Task Force Chair: Julia Matevosyan, ERCOT
Registration: Please note registration is only open to current members of ESIG. If you have any questions on your membership status or if you are interested in membership, please contact ESIG Director of Marketing & Operations, Ryan Willis (firstname.lastname@example.org).