Jun 2020
Electricity Transmission and Electricity Distribution
Project Synthesis – Effective Regional Inertia Monitoring and Automatic Control with a Whole System Approach
NIA_SPEN_0053
Live
Jun 2020
Dec 2021
SP Energy Networks, SP Distribution, SP Manweb and SP Transmission
James Yu
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Network Innovation Allowance
ED - Transition to low carbon future, ED - New technologies and commercial evolution, ED - Safety, health and environment, ET - Transition to low carbon future, ET - Safety and health and environment
Environmental, Low Carbon Generation and Network Monitoring
£350,000.00
This project will quantify the potential viability of a range of technologies to act as network frequency response services across various timescales.
The overall aim of this project is to quantify the potential viability of a range of technologies to act as network frequency response services across various timescales. The aims of the project can be broken down as follows:

  • Establish the technical requirements for the various levels of frequency response provision
  • Conduct a gap analysis to establish the TRL of the available generation, demand, storage and vector shift solutions
  • Report on the viability of the various technologies, including an indicative roadmap of how low TRL technologies might be accelerated to be included in a whole energy system solution.