Task 25 facilitates economically feasible wind energy penetration within electricity power systems worldwide. This Task analyzes and develops methodology to assess the impact of wind power on power systems.
The Task has established an international forum for exchange of knowledge and experiences related to power system operation with large amounts of wind power, creating coherence between parallel activities with Transmission System Operators and other research and development work worldwide.
Participants collect and share information on the experience gained and the studies conducted up to and during the Task. The case studies address different aspects of power system operation and design:
- Reserve requirements
- Balancing and generation efficiency
- Capacity credit of wind power
- Efficient use of existing transmission capacity and requirements for new network investments
- Cross-border trade
- System stability issues