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July 19, 2024
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FERC Seeks Comments on Reactive Power Compensation
FERC's NOI is seeking to revisit reactive power capability compensation in large part because of the increased adoption of nonsynchronous generating resources such as wind turbines.
FERC's NOI is seeking to revisit reactive power capability compensation in large part because of the increased adoption of nonsynchronous generating resources such as wind turbines. | © RTO Insider LLC
FERC approved an inquiry into how reactive power capability should be compensated in the face of changing conditions on the nation’s electricity grid.
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