Grid-forming inverter technology: Powering forward or causing risks to grid stability?

Expanding Grid-Forming Inverter Technology for a Sustainable Grid

The power industry is undergoing a major shift, driven by the rapid growth of solar photovoltaic, wind, and battery energy storage technologies. This change is moving away from traditional synchronous generators towards power electronics such as inverters. While this transition brings many benefits, it also poses risks to grid stability. In response, grid-forming inverter technology has been developed to provide similar capabilities as synchronous generators in supporting grid operation.

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