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Issue 857 | New CUSC modifications: CMP304 Improving the Enhanced Reactive Power Service by Making it Fit for Purpose and CMP305 Removal of Enhanced Reactive Power Service (ERPS)

Issue 857 | New CUSC modifications: CMP304 Improving the Enhanced Reactive Power Service by Making it Fit for Purpose and CMP305 Removal of Enhanced Reactive Power Service (ERPS)

Josephine Lord Josephine Lord Consultant

New CUSC modifications: CMP304 Improving the Enhanced Reactive Power Service by Making it Fit for Purpose and CMP305 Removal of Enhanced Reactive Power Service (ERPS) Headline Assessment 1 Assessment & recommendation Two mutually exclusive CUSC proposals have been raised concerning the future of the Enhanced Reactive Power Service (ERPS). Transmission-connected generators over 50MW must have the capability to provide reactive power as required to help manage system voltage, but they (and other generators) can also offer a service through a tender for reactive power in excess of mandatory requirements. The commercial arrangements for the mandatory service and the ERPS are set ...

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