|Title||Guidelines for the design of interconnected power systems|
|Committee||TC 8 - SYSTEM ASPECTS OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY SUPPLY|
IEC TR 62511:2014(E) provides guidelines in planning and design of the interconnected power system (IPS) and consequently achieve the delivery of reliable supply service. The guidelines for the design of interconnected power systems within this document will enhance system reliability, mitigate many of the adverse impacts associated with the loss of a major portion of the system or unintentional separation of a major portion of the system, and will not be consequential because of normal design contingencies. In the context of this Technical Report, interconnected power system means an entity’s (control area or a system operator) high-voltage transmission system that can adversely impact other connected systems due to faults and disturbances within its area. In the case of large areas, the system operator may define a subset of its area to keep the adverse impact contained within a smaller portion of its system. This Technical Report specifies the recommended techniques for securing an IPS to ensure a high level of reliability. Generally, interconnected power systems are synchronously connected or asynchronously connected through DC interconnections. This document aims to ensure that the interconnections are designed and operated consistently on both ends. The recommendations include design and operation requirements to withstand the primary contingencies specified in this document.