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Tipping Point – falling levels of inertia

Joe Camish Analyst

The level of inertia on the system is a key contributor to electricity system stability. COVID-19 demand changes have brought about lower levels of inertia on the system sooner than previously forecast. In this week’s Energy Perspective we look at this development in depth and ask the question; which market-based frameworks could help ensure sufficient system inertia in future? The Generation Game First and foremost, let us define what inertia is and why it is important for National ...

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