Large integrated electricity transmission systems have relied on multiple thermal generators to provide an underlying level of operational stability, but as we shift to more decentralised and decarbonised systems on the path to a net zero economy, much of that stability is expected to disappear. Power systems are looking to novel approaches to tackle this issue, with solutions including new technologies, new market arrangements, as well as drawing on older technologies from when power systems were weaker. The ‘Commercial potential of grid forming technologies’ webinar demystifies some of these effects and discuss the commercial possibilities.
Our experts explain how system stability is presently achieved, with observations and insight from the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown induced change in power demand, and how a net zero system requirement differs. We introduce the network, generation and market innovations being developed to address the system’s changing requirements and focus on the commercial opportunities for developers and asset operators.
Who’s it for?
- flexible generation and storage developers
Price: £99 + VAT