Synchronization issues in Regional Interconnection. Presentation in the 6 th Japan-SAARC Energy Symposium. Theme: Commercially viable Energy Networking in the SAARC Region, with Emphasis on Energy Grid Structure. Outline of the Presentation.
Presentation in the
6th Japan-SAARC Energy Symposium
Theme: Commercially viable Energy Networking in the SAARC Region, with Emphasis on Energy Grid Structure.
Metering and Billing systems shall duly consider the policy decisions. In addition, the wheeling principles for cross-border trade need to duly consider operational limitations and possible ‘vested interest’ in wheeling through maximum revenue generating path. [Should the wheeling be a fixed rate / fixed rate per km per unit, based on energy received by the importer and who will pay for the losses etc.?].
If the internal systems of one grid need additional investments to meet the external requirements, the same need to be duly considered for cost recovery.
The issues of transparency in data exchange need to be considered. What data is required to be sent to the multiple grid operators on-line and accessible across-board.
Power systems, being mostly under regulatory mechanism, the internal and external regulatory requirements need to be met with and synchronided with Common grid code tgo be agreed upon.
The various issues, in summary can be classified as