Due to changing utility infrastructure with regards to conventional generation retirement and increased levels of renewables, dynamic shunt compensation solutions (i.e. SVC, STATCOM, synchronous condensers) are becoming even more vital for transmission system operation and reliability. Historically, AC transmission shunt compensation is primarily used to maximize transmission capacity. Nowadays, system stability is a primary concern during major disturbances. As utility requirements become more complex, the optimal solution may be a combination of the available and future technology.
This tutorial at the 2022 IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Conference presents planning and specifying approaches, technology principles with example installations, a comparative evaluation of performance and an analysis of future trends expected to influence the technology development and its place in the market. The technology includes mechanically switched shunts, synchronous condensers, static var compensators (SVC), static synchronous compensators (STATCOM) and hybrid STATCOMs.
- Room: 292
- Session Number: TUT-04
Monday, April 25, 2022: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tutorials feature in-depth examinations and presentations covering topics important to power and energy professionals and will take place on Monday, April 25, only.
Separate registration and additional fees are required and will be available when conference registration opens