Energy system research
We conduct an in-depth analysis of existing energy systems, applying international standards and new technologies. Our research provides optimization and improvement of energy systems, ensuring sustainability and efficiency in the modern energy paradigm.
Analysis and definition of potential connection points for a 50 MW wind farm.
Creation of grid model based on the latest data of maximum system load;
Creation of a wind farm model based on the wind turbines;
Load flow analysis ;
Calculation of short circuit currents;
Analysis of voltage levels and overloads;
Report and recommendations.
Determination of the possibility of expanding the wind farm up to 206 MW at the existing 220 kV substation in the Akmola region.
Creation of a power grid model based on the latest data at maximum and minimum system load;
Creation of a wind farm model based on the wind turbine;
Load Flow Calculations.
Consolidation of the Western zone of the UES of Kazakhstan with the Main part of the UES.
Analysis and assessment of the current state of the Western zone and adjacent regions of the UES of Kazakhstan.
Electricity and capacity balances by regions (for the last 10 years);
Generating capacities (installed/available capacity, technical condition - capacity limitations, reserves).
Determination of the best options for consolidation, and the volume of construction.
Feasibility Study “Strengthening the Electric Grid of the Southern Zone of the UPS of Kazakhstan. Construction of power grid facilities”.
Analysis and assessment of the existing modes of the 500-220 kV grid of the South zone of the UPS of Kazakhstan as part of the Almaty, Turkestan, Zhambyl and Kyzylorda regions. Defination of problems in the operation modes of the South zone of the UPS of the Republic of Kazakhstan, considering the possibility of exporting electricity to the countries of Central Asia. Necessary measures to strengthen the grid of the South zone of the UPS of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the definition of the scope of construction.
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