This paper proposes an application of a hierarchical automatic voltage regulation scheme for wind power plants connected to HV networks. The proposed control schemes is based on a given topology of wind power plants. In particular, we assume that wind generators are connected to each other and have a unique point of contact at the HV level. The secondary voltage control scheme proposed in the paper is based on well-assessed control strategies that are used in HV transmission systems, but has not been applied so far to medium voltage networks. A case study based on a wind power plant composed of 14 wind turbines and a distribution grid is presented and discussed in details.

Automatic voltage and reactive power regulator for wind farms participating to TSO voltage regulation

CHIANDONE, MASSIMILIANO;CAMPANER, RICCARDO;ARCIDIACONO, VITTORIO;SULLIGOI, GIORGIO;
2015

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This paper proposes an application of a hierarchical automatic voltage regulation scheme for wind power plants connected to HV networks. The proposed control schemes is based on a given topology of wind power plants. In particular, we assume that wind generators are connected to each other and have a unique point of contact at the HV level. The secondary voltage control scheme proposed in the paper is based on well-assessed control strategies that are used in HV transmission systems, but has not been applied so far to medium voltage networks. A case study based on a wind power plant composed of 14 wind turbines and a distribution grid is presented and discussed in details.
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