Protection schemes form part of the most fundamental components of any power system. They ensure that when faults occur on networks, the effect of the fault is seen only briefly by the wider system and its connections, isolating the faulted infrastructure or generator from the network, hence allowing the healthy elements to continue to operate. By doing so, risks to personnel and risks of damage to the infrastructure of the AC power system are reduced. This article explains how declining system strength presents challenges to confidence over future protection relay operation – and highlights how the HVDC Centre is helping to address these challenges. Click here to read the full briefing note or Download file below.
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Leandro Vacira, Product Manager for HVDC Control Systems from GE, presentation: ‘GE’s eLumina ™ HVDC Control System’
Please find available to download the agendas day 2 of this years’ forum.
Pankaj Khilar presented on NR Electrics’ innovation in VSC – HVDC technology, on day 2.
Listen to what attendees had to say about the potential opportunities the Centre offers, through the Operators’ Forum.
Stephen Hemphill, from Mutual Energy, presented on day 1 of the Operators’ Forum. Stephen gave an update about developments to the Moyle Interconnector.
Professor Jun Liang, Cardiff University, presented on day 2 of the 2019 Operators’ Forum. Professor Liang’s presentation was on ‘Improving Grid Code Compliance of HVDC Schemes‘.
Joe Senior and Ricardo Vazquez Roman, National Grid Ventures, presented on day 1 of the 2019 Operators’ Forum. Joe and Ricardo gave an update on IFA2.