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Offshore Wind (NYISO)

INS developed real-time offshore wind farm models (HVAC and HVDC at 800MW, 1GW, and 1.2GW) with WECC and IEEE-2800 standards. We interconnect the system with substations of 138kV and 345kV. The HVDC was modeled with +/-320kV pole-to-pole to export the power to land. We then analyzed the impacts of these farms (power, frequency, and power quality) when they are interconnected to bulk power grids, including protection system impacts, temporary overvoltages, subsynchronous resonances, ferroresonance, and primary frequency response. Advanced toolboxes used for offshore wind design and analysis include RTDS, Opal-RT, and PSCAD.