ATLANTA – Today, NERC and Texas RE published a joint disturbance report, Panhandle Wind Disturbance: Joint NERC and Texas RE Staff Report, which studies an event involving the loss of wind resources in the Texas Panhandle area that occurred on March 22, 2022. While the event did not meet the qualified criteria for a Category 1i event per the Electric Reliability Organization (ERO) Event Analysis Process, the ERO Enterprise conducted an analysis of this event due to the high risk of inverter-based resource performance issues. The ERO Enterprise continues to analyze these disturbances to identify systemic reliability issues, support affected facility owners and share key findings and recommendations with industry for increased awareness and action.
Full Announcement | Panhandle Wind Disturbance: Joint NERC and Texas RE Staff Report
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