Energy Asset Management

Load Flow Study

A load flow study helps determine voltage levels, power losses, and system stability within a power system. This analysis involves modelling generation profiles and integrating them into the grid. It also requires simulating various operating conditions to assess their impact on the overall power system. Identifying potential issues such as voltage sags or overloaded lines is essential for maintaining grid reliability. The results from the analysis guide the optimization of system performance and ensure regulatory compliance for grid interconnection.

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SHORT CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

Short Circuit Analysis Is Performed To Determine The Currents That Flow In A Power System Under Fault Conditions. If The Short Circuit Capacity Of The System Exceeds The Capacity Of The Protective Device, A Dangerous Situation Exists.

Protective Device Coordination Study

A protective device coordination study ensures all protective devices in a power system work together to isolate faults promptly and minimize disruption. This study involves gathering specifications of protective devices and system data, then developing and analysing time-current characteristic (TCC) curves. It verifies that primary devices clear faults first, with backup devices acting only if necessary. Simulated fault scenarios help fine-tune settings for proper coordination. The results guide the implementation of optimal settings, enhancing system reliability andensuring regulatory compliance.

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Transient Stability

The study focuses on how quickly the system returns to steady-state operation after disturbances, examining key parameters like rotor angle stability, voltage levels, and frequency response. Based on the results, adjustments are made to control systems, such as inverter settings and reactive power support. These adjustments are then implemented in the field, followed by periodic reviews to ensure ongoing stability under changing conditions.

Grid Code Study

The study identifies non-compliance areas and recommends adjustments, such as inverter settings or additional equipment. The results are documented, and a compliance report is prepared for regulatory authorities.

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Grid Impact Study at Planning Stage

It assesses the impact on transmission lines, substations, and neighbouring power systems. Using advanced simulation tools, various operational scenarios are modelled to identify potential issues such as congestion, voltage fluctuations, or reliability concerns. The results guide necessary upgrades or adjustments to the grid, ensuring seamless integration, regulatory compliance, and maintaining grid stability and reliability.

Grid Code Compliance Study at Commissioning Stage

Using detailed modeling and simulation, the study assesses the project’s performance under various operating conditions and disturbances. The results identify any noncompliance issues and guide necessary adjustments to control systems, protection settings, and equipment configurations. Conducting this study at commissioning ensures the project operates safely, reliably, and within regulatory standards, facilitating smooth integration into the power grid.

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Microgrid Study & Simulation

A microgrid study and simulation evaluate the performance and stability of an isolated or semi-isolated power system. This study involves modeling the microgrid’s generation sources, energy storage, and load demands. Using advanced simulation software, various scenarios are analyzed to assess voltage and frequency stability,load management, and integration of renewable energy sources. The study identifies optimal control strategies and settings to enhance the microgrid’s reliability and efficiency. The results guide the implementation of these strategies, ensuring resilient and sustainable microgrid operation.

Battery Sizing Calculation

Battery sizing calculation determines the optimal capacity needed to store energy and ensure a stable power supply in a power system. This process involves analyzing energy generation patterns, load demands, and peak usage times. Using simulation software, various scenarios are modelled to evaluate the storage requirements during periods of low generation. Factors such as depth of discharge, battery efficiency, and lifecycle costs are considered. The results help select the appropriate battery size, ensuring reliable energy storage, grid stability, and cost-effectiveness.

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Harmonic Study

This study involves modeling the system’s components and their harmonic-producing characteristics. Using simulation software, various scenarios are analyzed to assess harmonic levels and their impact on the system’s performance. The study identifies potential issues such as resonance and equipment overheating. The results guide the implementation of mitigation measures, such as filters or design adjustments, ensuring compliance with harmonic standards and enhancing system reliability and efficiency.

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