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Overview

1 General Provisions

2 Scope and implementation

3 Storage requirements Track Change


1 General Provisions
Network
codes
DCC HVDC
Network
• E&R Network Code
Code
compliance
• SO Guidelines
RfG

Except for pumped storage, Explicitly • Fast ramping capabilities


Connection
out of scope requirements
Storage inherent
characteristics • Cold-Load pickup during
reconnection

• Charging and discharging


Storage modes
Operation Modes
• Active power control

Electricity scenarios for BE 2050

Needs for Storage Requirements Drivers for dedicated Storage Requirements


Mechanical Electrical Chemical

Pumped
Capacitors Batteries
Hydro*

Compressed Magnetic
Fuel cells
Air coils

Flywheels

Connected via SM Connected via Converters**

* Covered in RfG ** Similar technical capabilities to PPM


2 Scope and implementation
Storage Park Module (SPM): An electric system
Public Transmission network
composed of a single or multiple electrical storage units
capable of storing, delivering electrical energy into a
POCC single electrical point of connection.

Central
Central Control
Control

Possible Operational modes


~ ~
= = Charging Source Discharging sink
Gen
Public Network Public Network
Case 1

SPM Public Network Local facility (local demand)


Case2
Local facility (local generation) Public Network
Case 3
Local facility (local generation) Local facility (local demand)
Case 4

 Not applicable to emergency generation operating in parallel less than five minutes per
calendar month while the system is in normal system state;

 Cover both permanently or temporarily connected batteries as Vehicle2Grid applications.


Alignment with C10/11

Type A PGM Type A SPM Very Common

Type B PPM Type B SPM Common


>0.25 MW

Type C PPM Type C SPM Rare


>25 MW

Type D PPM Type D SPM Very rare


>75 MW

Voltage Connection level is not considered in the determination of the Storage Type

Requirements Type shifting


2 Storage requirements Track Change
Approach for trach-changes

• Similar characteristics to a PPM: full new set of technical requirements coming from the NC and
not yet in the FGC

• Not an isolated chapter in the FGC => not the approach of having a “full grid code for storage”
 Use of references to technical requirements to PPM or PGM, when appropriate : to limit
double writing of the same rule
 To refer indirectly to the NC RfG, when the PPM or PGM articles are referring to the RfG
 Specific Sub-Section devoted for storage, to add readability in the FGC
 Limited to technical requirements

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RfG Reference Requirement Adaptation
Admissible maximum power reduction with
[Art. 13-4] Not applicable
falling frequency
Use of automatic disconnection and
[Art. 13 (2)(b)] Not applicable
reconnection (LFSMO)
Limited frequency sensitive mode –
[Art. 13 (2)] Yes
Overfrequency
[Art 13-6] Logical interface to cease active power injection Yes
Conditions for automatic connection to the
[Art 13.7] Yes
network
[Art. 15(2)(c)] Limited frequency sensitive mode –
Yes*
Underfrequency
[Art 15.6(e)] Ramping Limits Yes*

* Applicable to all Type A, B, C and D


RfG Reference Requirement Adaptation
Vs RfG
[Art. 14-2 (a)]: Reduce active power output Yes
[Art 14-4] Conditions for automatic re-connection to the Yes
network
[Art 20-2(a)] Reactive Power Capabilities Yes
[Article 20 (2) b/c] Fast fault current injection Yes*
[Article 20(3)] Priority to active or reactive power contribution Yes*

* Optional requirement
RfG Reference Requirement Adaptation
Vs RfG
[Art 15.2.(a)] Time period for frequency stability to be Yes
reached
[Art 21 (3)(a-c)] Reactive power capabilities Yes
[Art 15 (2) (d)] FSM requirements Reference to
the general
framework
[Art 15.2.(e)] Specifications of the Frequency Restoration Reference to
Control the general
framework