Wind and solar farms in north-west Victoria and south-west South Wales have been warned up to 100 days or more in the following year because of the need for local distribution and distribution networks. refresh.
The warning from the Australian Market Operator will impact on wind and solar farms as north as Broken Hill in the west of NSW, and new and customary mid-Victorian projects. Responsibilities have already begun in some cases.
Most of the wind and solar farms are based on “rombus of regret”, part of the electricity supply which connects Mildura, Horsham, Kerang, Ballarat and Bendigo who are struggling to deal with the increase. T in regeneration. energy power.
Wind and solar farms affected by the Silverton windfarm are located at Broken Hill, with Broken Hill solar farm adjacent. In Victoria, the recently opened solar farms Wemen, Karadoc, Gannawarra and Bannerton have an impact on the opening of some of the former states, such as the Waubra, Crowlands and Kiata wind farms.
They seem to be the worst affected by solar farms Wemen, Karadoc and Broken Hill, who have been warned that they will be limited to production levels for a long time, and almost t all the work that is done over the next 13 months.
These works will be carried out on the various 220kV lines which connect the Red Rocks, Horsham, Wemen, Crowlands, and Kerang. The greatest impact will be from upgrading the communications infrastructure, with the wind and solar weeds being warned up to 76 tours, each lasting half a day to a full day. The timetable is still not in place and at least may be adjusted.
A further 24 full-time rounds will be required in order to upgrade the size of a line and a director, and there will be several more times to connect new wind farms such as Bungala Neoen and Trara Warra to the grid. The Murray Link link will also be affected to South Australia.
AEMO says that 480MW of wind and sun have been added to the graph in the past year, and with a further 900MW of generation expected over the next six months, this will continue until around 1500 MW. of a new generation in a truly lightweight transmission network.
As a result, a number of improvements will be required in the next six months on around 120 visits. This effect is that many generators in the region will be restricted, often to zero, during these visits.
Other resources can be downloaded to less than 5MW output, to ensure security of system through updating. (see below for an example).