Wind power represents a fast-growing renewable source of energy that has significant environmental advantages over conventional supplies. However, achieving its full potential as one of the main sources of electricity requires overcoming critical challenges. The most often discussed challenge is the inherent variability of wind, but transitioning into the role of a major power system supplier will also compel wind farms to provide critical grid services that are often required of conventional generators. This lecture discusses one such service: frequency regulation, a grid service that corrects short-term imbalances in power generation and load.
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