Today’s challenge for operators

Surviving and responding to power grid transients—to help ensure reliable operations and a stable revenue stream

In addition to being sometimes required by global grid codes, protecting your plant against grid instability can also provide plant owners and operators new sources of revenue, as ancillary services opportunities evolve to backstop increased use of intermittent renewables.

ETS features and benefits

ETS includes:

  • Dynamic adjustment of machine response rate for rapid frequency or load transients
  • Transient fuel-air control to stabilize the combustor and reduce risk of lean blowout (LBO) trips during grid excursions by increasing the LBO margin
  • Redesigned automatic pre-select load control to maintain droop response

This gives you:

  • More robust droop response to adjust plant output to accommodate grid frequency fluctuations and comply with area regulations
  • Improved capability to survive grid instabilities and remain online, available to help deliver power

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Plant flexibility: Adapting to stay relevant

Operators and plant managers are experiencing rapid change as the evolving energy landscape impacts their power plants' operating profiles. The ability to adapt and be flexible is key to remaining relevant.

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