January 1, 2019: Mandatory Reporting Begins for Wind Plants with a Total Installed Capacity of 200 MW or Larger

by ronfluegge 11. January 2019 15:51

Wind plants with a Total Installed Capacity of 75 MW or more with a commissioning date of January 1, 2005 or later are required to report on a quarterly basis according to the following phased in schedule:

January 1, 2019: Mandatory reporting begins for plants with a Total Installed Capacity of 100 MW or larger

January 1, 2020: Mandatory reporting begins for plants with a Total Installed Capacity between 75 MW and 99.99 MW

The GADS Wind Turbine Generation Data Reporting Instructions have been developed to assist wind plant personnel in reporting information to NERC’s GADS Wind Reporting application. The instructions detail the procedures, schedule, and format to follow when reporting data. 

Questions regarding reporting requirements for wind may be directed to gadswind@nerc.net

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GADS Wind Turbine Generation Data Reporting

by ronfluegge 12. December 2018 19:41

Wind plants with a Total Installed Capacity of 75 MW or more with a commissioning date of January 1, 2005 or later are required to report on a quarterly basis according to the following phased in schedule:

January 1, 2019: Mandatory reporting begins for plants with a Total Installed Capacity of 100 MW or larger

January 1, 2020: Mandatory reporting begins for plants with a Total Installed Capacity between 75 MW and 99.99 MW

The GADS Wind Turbine Generation Data Reporting Instructions have been developed to assist wind plant personnel in reporting information to NERC’s GADS Wind Reporting application. The instructions detail the procedures, schedule, and format to follow when reporting data. 

Questions regarding reporting requirements for wind may be directed to gadswind@nerc.net

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Natural gas fuel starvation at large power plants in the U.S. and the effect of gas delivery arrangements on reliability

by ronfluegge 25. September 2018 20:53

Natural gas fuel starvation at large power plants in the U.S. and the effect of gas delivery arrangements on reliability

Gerad Freeman, Jay Apt & John Moura

36th USAEE/IAEE North America Conference

Washington, D.C.

September 25, 2018

 

Power plant failures are correlated with each other

Planners use historical data to anticipate the amount of power plant capacity needed.

• They previously assumed that power plants fail independently.

• In 2018, Murphy et al. showed that this assumption was violated in most regions

• This could lead to increased risks of blackouts.

• They did not identify why there were correlated power plant failures.

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