ATLANTA – Inverter-based resources (IBRs) are playing an ever-more critical role during this period of unprecedented grid transformation. IBRs present unique opportunities moving forward and will shape a resilient and sustainable energy landscape of the future. To understand this complex landscape, NERC has developed a multitude of resources, including a new guide focusing on IBRs in a high-level, easy-to-understand manner. An Introductory Guide to Inverter-Based Resources on the Bulk Power System aims to inform industry, policymakers, and other stakeholders with a foundational understanding of IBRs and inverter technology.
“Ensuring reliable integration of IBRs moving forward is a top priority,” said Ryan Quint, NERC’s director of Engineering and Security Integration. “It is imperative to understand and plan for the different operating characteristics of IBRs and to ensure they contribute to a reliable, resilient, and secure bulk power system of the future.”
Full Announcement | An Introductory Guide to Inverter-Based Resources on the Bulk Power System
Other IBR Efforts: Sandia/SEIA/NERC Recommendations for Solar Energy Cybersecurity | IBR Activities Quick Reference Guide | IBR Webinar Series | Electromagnetic Transient (EMT) Boot Camps
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