Adding new generation, load, or transmission to the grid changes the operation of the incumbent power system.
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From the Editor
This issue, devoted to wind integration issues, marks the fifth time we have returned to update on this subject.
I have been told by many people that this themed issue, devoted to integration and interconnection of wind plants on power systems…
Wind and solar installations in Hawaii have grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, and the islands are off to a fast start toward their target of generating…
Imagine a world in which wind energy is dispatchable, following a set point from the system operator…
Power systems have been designed and operated so that the demand for electricity can be met at all times…
The reliable operation of a power system depends on maintaining frequency within predetermined limits…
Grid codes and dynamic wind turbine models are key tools to allow increasing renewable energy penetration without challenging security of supply.
Departments & Columns
Leader’s CornerRead more
It is hard to believe that my time as IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) president is winding down after two years.
The author’s examination of the development and use of rotary converters to provide direct current power began…
Book ReviewRead more
As this issue is about wind integration, it is fitting that the book reviewed in this issue is also on this topic.
The IEEE Power & Energy Society website features a meetings section, which includes calls for papers and…
In My ViewRead more
As a synchronous power system, the island of Ireland has arguably the highest wind penetration in the world.
Advertisers IndexRead more
The Advertisers Index contained in this issue is compiled as a service to our readers and advertisers…