The line will be foreseen of bipolar expansion to a total capacity of 600 MW.
What we have done
To complete the Project CESI organized its work into some tasks:
- Developing the databases necessary for the technical analysis including databases of wind speeds and other measurements in candidate sites for Wind farms, system load characteristics and the Jordan and regional models of the transmission system for power system studies (power flow and dynamic databases).
- Reviewing the system planning policies, standards, criteria, grid codes for wind turbines and methodology.
- Analyzing the impact of wind generation on several time scales from milliseconds to several hours of different topics of system operation such Wind forecast and variability, Load-following performance Spinning and Frequency reserves System operation costs, Transmission congestion, etc. Assessing the impact of the wind farms in the surrounding power system, the power distribution network and end user equipment.
- Performing detailed static and dynamic reliability analysis related to the bottlenecks and other constraints of the network and to define the investment costs needed to ensure secure evacuation of electricity produced by wind power plants and for Mvar compensation under normal N condition and under postcontingency conditions.
- Transferring the knowledge on integrating wind power in the national electricity network.