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Operational Performance 7 June 2006. Richard Price Network Operations. Agenda. Frequency Performance Generator Performance System Warnings PGBTs Interesting Events in April and May Planning for the World Cup. Frequency Performance Recent Daily Excursions.

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operational performance 7 june 2006

Operational Performance 7 June 2006

Richard Price

Network Operations

agenda
Agenda
  • Frequency Performance
  • Generator Performance
  • System Warnings
  • PGBTs
  • Interesting Events in April and May
  • Planning for the World Cup
generator performance sir performance
Generator Performance SIR performance

No SIRs in April, and only 1 in May, and 1 in June so far.

system warnings
System Warnings

No System Warnings issued since the last Forum (last NISM - Thu 13 March).

monthly pgbts
Monthly PGBTs

4 PGBTs since last Forum

assumptions for demand
Assumptions for demand
  • All of the historic Pick-Ups are Pre Betta, 10% has been added to the forecasts in to take that into account.
  • We expect a drop in demand of approximately 1000 – 1500 MW from 60 minutes before the Kick-Off.
  • We expect a demand drop of approximately 1000 – 1200 MW after the start of the second half.
  • If the weather is bright and sunny, because it is a Saturday there may be a ‘pub effect’ leading to a greater drop in demand during the match and slightly lower pickups.
tv coverage
TV coverage
  • Because electricity demand is predicted to rapidly increase around the England games, there is considerable media interest in National Grid’s role in managing this.
  • At Wokingham, there is pre-recorded filming this week for Sky, GMTV and BBC.
  • We are expecting this to be broadcast at breakfast time on Friday morning to coincide with the start of the World Cup along with all the other TV coverage.
  • Various press releases are being issued.
  • Profiles of key forecasting and control staff will be on our website.
summary
Summary
  • Frequency performance stable
  • Significant reduction in SIRs
  • Reduction in number of agreed PGBTs
  • No system warnings since mid March
  • Interesting events in April and May
  • Planning for the World Cup
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