Integration of Solar Parks: Global Impact of Intermittent RE Generation

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International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) | Volume I, Issue IV, April 2017 | ISSN 2454–6186

Integration of Solar Parks: Global Impact of Intermittent RE Generation

Radhey Shyam Meena, Dr. Nitin Gupta, Prof. D. K. Palwaliya, Dr. A. K. Sharma
 rshyam.mnre@gov.in Pradesh, India

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Abstract: – This research paper intends to cover the integration of intermittent renewable energies in an existing electrical system and in particularly in the case of solar parks. This includes aspects related to the operation, control and security analysis of solar parks in the transmission system. The delivery of power from Solar Parks to the transmission system is related to the security of the electrical system. The main aspect to consider is the integration of Solar Parks and how regulates them with the global problem in which the energy balance of the transmission system to be maintained and the consequences when this balance is lost voltage and flows control also comparative analyze in this work.

Key Words: Security Analysis, Integration of Intermittent Renewable Energy (RE) Generation, Solar Park, National Solar Mission.

I. INTRODUCTION
The electricity transmission system receives the energy produced by all generators, connected directly or indirectly and delivers it to the distribution Systems or any selected final electricity user. The main characteristics of transmission systems (TS) are grouped in two areas: (a) Flows in transmission elements and (b) Voltage in the bus bars. Flows are the amount of energy transmitted through any TS element, Lines and transformers are considered as main elements. Flows are a function of and depending directly on where the electricity is produced, where is consumed and the impedance of the TS between one location and the other. The physical characteristics of those locations as well as potentially different paths will result in different impedance.