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New technologies help to keep electricity systems stable

Services provided by battery energy storage projects are increasingly important to operation of the GB electricity grid. Here, Noriker Power’s Alastair Stevens describes how ‘dynamic containment’ is beginning to play a key role in keeping the system frequency close to 50 Hz.

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EW Jul Aug 2021 pp26-27.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Organisation: Noriker Power

Subjects: Grid transmission Batteries

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