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India has a target of 40 GW of rooftop PV by 2022. The study intends to provide an overview of the characteristics of the Indian power system and its challenges with regard to a significant increase in rooftop PV, as well as a template for distribution companies on how to manage rising PV shares, which studies to conduct and which technology options to select.
Located in Topics & Resources / Grid Planning, Integration, & Operations / Grid Planning, Integration, & Operations folder
In anticipation of significant growth in DPV in India, this report reviews policies and regulations for DG; identifies technical challenges to significantly increasing grid-connected DPV; and makes recommendations for addressing power quality, safety, grid stability, and distribution system operation issues. The report provides an example of a country-specific review and synthesis of best practices to inform national and state-level technical and grid code specifications, advanced inverter functionalities, meter technology deployment, certification, and testing processes.
Located in Topics & Resources / Grid Planning, Integration, & Operations / Grid Planning, Integration, & Operations folder
Utilities worldwide are concerned about the financial impact of increasing DPV adoption among their retail customers. This report analyzes the impact of DPV deployment on distribution utility revenues and retail electricity tariffs in Thailand. It provides policymakers, utilities, and other energy practitioners a real-world example of how DPV affects certain stakeholders.
Located in Topics & Resources / Regulation & Public Policy / Regulation & Public Policy folder
This report provides a concise global overview of grid integration challenges and emerging solutions, covering topics such as supply-side flexibility innovations, flexibility from distributed generation, curtailment, transmission and distribution system planning, and electricity market design. The report draws on experience from several jurisdictions where renewables provide 20%–40% of electricity generation, with particular emphasis on experiences in Germany, Denmark, and California. The report also references actions by developing countries (China, India, and South Africa).
Located in Topics & Resources / Cross-Cutting / Cross-cutting links folder
This discussion paper from the India's Central Energy Regulatory Commission examines the impetus for developing an ancillary services market and focuses on the services of frequency support, voltage control, and black start. The report also explores challenges for developing an ancillary services market and is the first step in a stakeholder engagement process intended to inform any regulatory actions taken by the commission.
Located in Topics & Resources / Ancillary Services / Ancillary Services folder
In anticipation of significant growth in distributed PV in India, this report reviews global and Indian policies and regulations for distributed generation; identifies technical challenges to significantly increasing grid-connected distributed PV; and makes recommendations for addressing power quality, safety, grid stability, and distribution system operation issues. The report provides an example of a country-specific review and synthesis of best practices to inform national and state-level technical and grid code specifications, advanced inverter functionalities, and meter technology considerations, certification, and testing processes.
Located in Topics & Resources / Distributed Generation / Distributed Generation folder
New Resource - A Framework for Readiness Assessments of Utility-Scale Energy Storage
Energy storage can help address many of the challenges of the changing power sector by increasing system flexibility and strength. This report outlines a framework for policymakers to manage utility-scale energy storage.
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New Resource - Policy and Regulatory Environment for Utility-Scale Energy Storage: India
Energy storage has the potential to address many challenges in India's evolving power sector. This report was developed for policymakers to identify regulation, policy, and program priories that will enable storage deployment in India.
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New Resource - Energy Storage in South Asia: Understanding the Role of Grid Connected Energy Storage in South Asia’s Power Sector Transformation
Energy storage can provide many grid benefits, including flexibility. This study provides a first-of-its-kind assessment of cost-effective opportunities for grid-scale energy storage deployment in South Asia.
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