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SPP Wind Integration. Holly Starling. Project Manager. July 3, 2008. Agenda. FPL Energy Gray County Wind Energy Center Definitions Wind Integration Keys Current SPP Market SPP Market Recommendations. FPL Energy is the nation’s No. 1 producer of wind power. FPL Energy.

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spp wind integration

SPP Wind Integration

Holly Starling

Project Manager

July 3, 2008

agenda
Agenda
  • FPL Energy
  • Gray County Wind Energy Center
  • Definitions
  • Wind Integration Keys
  • Current SPP Market
  • SPP Market Recommendations
fpl energy

FPL Energy is the nation’s No. 1 producer of wind power

FPL Energy
  • Leading clean energy provider in 25 states
    • More than 90% of energy portfolio from clean fuels
  • Nation's leader in wind energy generation
    • Over 6,000MW of installed wind energy capacity by year end 2008
    • 56 operating wind facilities in 16 states
  • World’s No. 1 producer of solar energy

FPL Energy has a record of clean energy leadership

fpl energy s wind portfolio

Operating

Under construction (as of 4/30/08)

FPL Energy’s US leading wind power portfolio includes 56 wind facilities in operation in 16 states

FPL Energy’s Wind Portfolio

Langdon

Stateline

Wilton

North Dakota

WPP93

Oliver I & II

Vansycle

Montfort

South Dakota

Waymart

Mower

Lake Benton II

Mill Run

Endeavor

Wyoming

Diablo Wind

WPP90

WPP91

WPP91-92

WPP92

Green Ridge

Green Mountain

Crystal Lake

High Winds

Hancock

Story County

Peetz Table

Cerro

Gordo

Somerset

Meyersdale

Logan

Mountaineer

Gray County

Mojave 3 & 5

Mojave 16/17/18

Sky River

TPC

Victory Garden

Oklahoma

New Mexico

WPP93

Weatherford

Wolf Ridge

Cabazon

WPP94

Red Canyon

Green Power

Callahan Divide

Delaware Mt.

Horse Hollow I, II & III

Southwest Mesa

Woodward Mt.

Indian Mesa

King Mt.

Capricorn

Ridge and Expansion

gray county wind energy center

FPL Energy’s Gray County Wind Energy Center wasthe 1st utility-scale wind facility in Kansas

Gray County Wind Energy Center
  • 112.2MW nameplate capacity
  • 170 turbines, 660 kW per unit
  • Operating since November 2001
operational excellence

FPL Energy uses a state-of-the-art central monitoring center to ensure reliable wind facility operations

Operational Excellence
  • Leverage corporate-wide knowledge base
    • Efficiencies
    • Cost reduction
  • Monitor critical parameters in real-time
  • Uses advanced technology to detect and prevent failure
  • Interface with system operators

Fleet Performance Diagnostics Center

definitions

Net capacity factor is an indicator of wind resource

Definitions
  • Nameplate capacity (MW): full power output
  • Net capacity factor (NCF): ratio of electric energy generated in a given period to the maximum possible
    • Wind resource is the key component
    • Kansas has excellent wind resource
    • Current turbine technology produces 35-45% NCF in Kansas

Kansas has excellent wind resource

*Source: http://www.awea.org

wind integration key components

System balancing authorities are able to integrate wind, accommodate its variable nature and reduce costs

Wind Integration Key Components
  • Market structure
  • Transmission system capability
  • Ancillary services and cost allocation
  • Wind forecasting

Average wind integration costs are below $10/MWh

*Source:

DOE Annual Report on U.S. Wind Power Installation, Cost, and Performance Trends: 2007

current spp market

SPP expects to transition to a nodal market by 2012

Current SPP Market
  • Bilateral
  • SPP ancillary service market needs reform to be wind-friendly
  • Transmission infrastructure necessary

To grow wind investment in Kansas, SPP market rule reform is needed

*Source: SPP Strategic Plan; Oct 24, 2006

market recommendations

Substational new wind development in SPP requires market changes

Market Recommendations
  • Implement nodal market structure
  • Ensure wind facilities can interconnect to system
  • Provide transmission capability to transfer wind power from best wind resource areas to load
  • Enable wind power grid integration through ancillary service reform
  • Encourage SPP best practices wind forecasting capability

New wind development is heavily dependent on the evolution of the SPP market and transmission system expansion

*Source: SPP State of the Market Report, Apr 24, 2008

questions
Questions?

Holly Starling

FPL Energy