ENTSO-E publishes a study assessing the impact of reduction of inertia on the frequency stability of the Continental Europe synchronous area. Based on the TYNDP2018 long-term scenarios and market studies, the report investigates - under a set of assumptions - a very large set of possible combinations of system split cases between market nodes in the synchronous area of Continental Europe.
Decreasing levels of inertia – as a result of the large-scale integration of renewable sources – pose long-term challenges to frequency stability of the transmission system, with possible impacts on the resilience of the future system. ENTSO-E is committed to enabling a sustainable energy transition that combines high levels of security of supply and decarbonisation of the power system as key drivers for achieving the 2030 and 2050 EU climate targets.
Read the report here.