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Statistics Seminars: Adequacy Assessment Considerations in Wind Integrated Power Systems

Presented by Roy Billinton, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

13 May 2013 14:00 in CM221

Wind energy conversion systems behave quite differently from more conventional generating units due to the variable nature of wind and therefore there are many important considerations when incorporating wind generation in electric power system adequacy assessment. This presentation will focus on a range of considerations regarding possible wind speed data models, wind energy conversion systems models and their application in adequacy assessment of generating and bulk electric systems containing a significant penetration of wind power.

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