COSPACT

Nordic-Baltic Co-Simulation Platform Towards Increasing the Stability of AC/DC Transmission Grids (COSPACT) will form a cooperation and simulation platform for information exchange and system analysis and provide mobility to increase the knowledge on future power system development and control.

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Nordic-Baltic Co-Simulation Platform Towards Increasing the Stability of AC/DC Transmission Grids

Acronym: COSPACT
Duration: 01.10.2020–31.12.2023
Funding: 1 500 000 NOK
Project OwnerTallinn University of Technology
Project ManagerJako Kilter
Project PartnersNTNU, Riga Technical University, Tampere University, Chalmers University of Technology
Observers: None
Webpage: None

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Kevin Johnsen, Senior Adviser

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About COSPACT

Nordic and Baltic power systems are in the crossroad and moving towards extensive allocation of non-synchronously connected renewable generation, e.g., offshore and onshore wind, and solar. It is seen that this fundamental change to the Green system will influence the future power system operation, including stability, control and protection, and therefore adequate research and cooperation in the region is required.…
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