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Reference Number SSEEN01
Title Multi-Terminal Test Environment (MTTE) for HVDC Systems
Status Completed
Energy Categories OTHER POWER and STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES (Electricity transmission and distribution) 100%;
Research Types Applied Research and Development 100%
Science and Technology Fields ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) 100%
UKERC Cross Cutting Characterisation Not Cross-cutting 100%
Principal Investigator Project Contact
No email address given
Scottish and Southern Energy plc
Award Type Network Innovation Allowance
Funding Source Ofgem
Start Date 01 January 2014
End Date 01 March 2021
Duration ENA months
Total Grant Value £13,978,000
Industrial Sectors Power
Region Scotland
Programme
 
Investigators Principal Investigator Project Contact , Scottish and Southern Energy plc (100.000%)
Web Site https://smarter.energynetworks.org/projects/SSEEN01
Objectives Support Transmission Planning of HVDC schemes Improve Requirement Specification of HVDC schemes Facilitate Multi-Terminal HVDC solutions Facilitate Competition and Multi-Vendor HVDC schemes De-risk Control interactions between co-located and electrically connected converters, and with other active controlled equipment Train Transmission Planning and Operational Engineers Undertake Post commissioning scenario planning and operational optimisation.
Abstract SHE Transmission together with National Grid ET Limited (NGET) and Scottish Power Transmission Limited (SPT) is proposing to establish a collaborative facility which will enable the planning, development and testing of high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission solutions in GB. This facility is known as the Multi-Terminal Test Environment (MTTE); it will house: a real-time simulator system (which simulates HVDC schemes), IT infrastructure and accommodation for replica HVDC control panels. The anticipated proliferation of HVDC systems in GB during RIIO-T1 and beyond is largely being driven by the increasing penetration of renewable generation. To date, there is limited experience in GB of the design, construction and operation of HVDC systems.
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Added to Database 14/12/22