An In-depth Review of the IEEE P1547 (Revision) Draft Standard - Session 2
Topics will include positive implications for all distributed generation systems, particularly solar PV, energy storage and microgrids. In-Depth Overview of IEEE 1547 Revision Requirements – Part 1
- Recap of previous session
- Review of Reference point of applicability, newly-introduced performance categories and their assignment to specific DER by an Authority Governing Interconnection Requirements (AGIR);
- New requirements for voltage and reactive power control, frequency control, response to abnormal conditions including ride-through; ranges of adjustability for control settings as well as for voltage and frequency trip settings
Jens Boemer, Ph.D., is a Senior Technical Leader in the Grid Operations and Planning group of the Power Delivery and Utilization Sector at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). In his current position, he leads projects on the grid integration of renewable and distributed energy resources with a focus on power system stability issues. His areas of expertise include interconnection guidelines, aggregated modeling of wind generation and distributed solar photovoltaics for bulk power system reliability studies, and consulting on strategic planning for integration of renewables. Boemer is contributing to timely revisions of IEEE Standard 1547, particularly on the frequency and voltage ride-through sections and was lead author of an EPRI white paper that gives recommendations for the minimum ride-through requirements from a bulk system perspective.
Publication Year: 2018
Earn 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) for completing the tutorial