WASHINGTON, D.C. – At its February Board of Trustees meeting, NERC introduced the addition of technical sessions to each quarterly in-person Member Representatives Committee/Board meeting to foster deep discussion into current risks. The inaugural technical session focused on three topics: winter preparations, recent physical attacks, and the integration of inverter-based resources. NERC has released a recap summarizing key takeaways from the technical session’s panel discussion that focused on integrating rapidly growing levels of inverter-based resources on the grid. The discussion focused on the provision of essential reliability services and the need to continue to study future grid conditions to further assist with maintaining reliability.
Other IBR Resources: IBR Quick Reference Guide | Electromagnetic Transient Task Force (EMTTF) | Reliability Guideline: Electromagnetic Transient Modeling for BPS-Connected Inverter-Based Resources: Recommended Model Requirements and Verification Practices
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