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Panel 19 Jul 2023

Controllable transmission like high voltage direct current (HVDC), multi-terminal direct current (MTDC), and flexible alternating current transmission systems (FACTS) can facilitate integration of variable renewable energy helping lowering emission and achieve electrification targets in the power sector. This panel will discuss the role of controllable transmission in recent years and in the future to support the changing power grid. Experience in recent years will cover operational needs and challenges observed in currently installed controllable transmission like HVDC, particularly covering the scheduling problem and when scheduling flexibility has been useful for utilities and system operators. The panel will also discuss current applied research activities to address the future needs for controllable transmission to enable power grid evolution. Presentations in this panel session: - Experience in HVDC system operation (23PESGM2755) - Advanced modeling of HVDC and MTDC in production cost modeling software (23PESGM2757) - Capacity expansion modeling for proposed HVDC and MTDC lines (23PESGM2759)

Chairs:
Marcelo Elizondo, Rahul Anilkumar
Primary Committee:
Transmission & Distribution (T&D)
Sponsor Committees:
Transmission and Distribution Committee (T&D)

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