NASPI Virtual Workshop - Monitoring, Analysis and Mitigation of Oscillations and Inverter Based Resource Impacts
Please join us for NASPI's Free Virtual Workshop on “Monitoring, Analysis and Mitigation of Oscillations and Inverter Based Resource Impacts." This workshop was organized by Matt Rhodes (NASPI's Co-lead of the EATT) who selected industry experts to talk to you about mitigating oscillations.NASPI's Leadership Team thanks Matt for moderating and organizing this informative workshop.
Power system oscillations continue to be a crucial phenomenon in system stability that requires monitoring and mitigation to avoid catastrophic system failures and blackouts. The increase in electronic versus mechanical system stability controllers from the increase in Inverter Based Resources (IBRs) and retirement of traditional generation resources has led to a new era of system stability studies and control philosophies, particularly with relation to fast responding IBR inverters. This workshop will provide an introduction on oscillations and NERC recommendations for monitoring and mitigating oscillations as a primer for further discussions on IBR source oscillations and methods to mitigate these oscillations as we move into this new era of high IBR penetration and system stability challenges.
Date: April 11, 2022 (Monday, prior to the NASPI Work Group meeting which will be held April 12-14, 2022).
Time: 11:00am - 3:30pm (Eastern Time 4.5 hours)
Registration link: https://cvent.me/qzvgOV