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Recommended Practices 16: Wind Integration Studies

Recommended Practices 16: Wind Integration Studies

Date: 9/12/2013

The International Energy Agency (IEA) released Recommended Practices 16: Wind Integration Studies, describing the methodologies, study assumptions, and inputs needed to conduct a wind integration study. Based on more than 8 years of work within IEA Wind Task 25: Design and Operation of Power Systems with Large Amounts of Wind Power, the report provides research institutes, consultants, and system operators with the best available information on how to perform a wind integration study. The recommendations will be updated as further work in IEA Wind Task 25 reveals improved integration study methodologies based on real wind integration experiences.

This information was last updated on 11/4/2013

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