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The role of their small wind Power in micro grid distribution
The concept of introducing small wind power plant as a sustainable renewable energy system has very many attractions and also several external driving forces
Political as in meeting emission targets and CO2 reductions Legislation as with planning and planning constraints Social as in the drive to sustain the natural resources
However the main problems encountered by all single power generation projects regardless of whether it is wind powered, water powered, solar or anaerobic digestion, is that if there are any problems encountered that negatively impact on the generation process there is no back up. This means that the grid that these single power generation projects are connected to for export will be severely affected or in some cases it may cause the grid to fail causing blackouts.
The solution to this is to make the Generation project a micro distributor.
For example in farms where there is a measurable amount of base load demand, and the electrical power is generated by a wind turbine the support for the constant supply will also include the back up from the grid which will enable the grid to continue in a supported manner until any power reserve is depleted.
However, if it does not have a power reserve, then the generated power that could be utilised elsewhere has to be committed as a reserve as grid support. This reserve has to be generated to cover the extent of the power that could be lost so that the grid does not fail which is an enormous waste of resources.
A large intensive farm might use 1 MWh of electricity but on a small farm it would be too much. If you take the farm as the generator of power then build a distribution system around it to say thesurrounding 15 houses calculate the base load demand and add a 30% safety threshold and you have a basic micro grid distribution.