Our Interim Summary Report plus nine interim reports below provide an update on each research topics emerging from Australia’s Global Power System Transformation (G-PST) Roadmap (2022).
This Roadmap outlined a research path to prepare a power system that provides secure and reliable operation with high penetration of renewables during the energy transition to a decarbonised global electrical grid.
Each interim report contains summaries for each of the nine appointed research topics to:
- establish clearly what has been done in the research topic to the end of 2022
- summarise what is scheduled to be completed by May 2023
- map current research in the overall research plan that was developed for each G-PST research topic, and
- propose future work for the next round of research scheduled for the FY 2023/24.
We also set out recommended research tasks for the next stage (Stage 3 in Financial Year 2023/2024) of the project.
These interim reports will be used to:
- provide information required for Expression of Interest (EOI) for 2023/24 financial year
- explore opportunities to secure additional funding for expansion of the G-PST work into Southeast Asian countries, and
- look at distributed energy resource (DER) integration on the back of international recognition of the importance of this research.
Global Power System Transformation Interim report of 2022/23 research topic progress - March 2023 PDF (1 MB)
The information in each report has been provided by the research organisations appointed each project.
- Advanced inverter applications (and requirements) for current-limited grid-forming inverters PDF (246 KB)
- Analytical methods for determination of stable operation of IBRs in a future power system DOCX (2 MB)
- Control Room of the Future DOCX (356 KB)
- Planning DOCX (170 KB)
- The role of inverter-based resources during system restoration PDF (189 KB)
- Services DOCX (122 KB)
- Power System Architecture DOCX (2 MB)
- Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) PDF (196 KB)
- Distributed Energy Resource and Stability DOCX (3 MB)
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