NERC PRC-025-1 is intended to set load responsive protective relays associated with generation facilities at a level to prevent unnecessary tripping of generators during a system disturbance for conditions that do not pose a risk of damage to the associated equipment.
For ACCIONA, SynchroGrid reviewed the load response settings at their wind farm to detect and correct any unnecessary tripping during certain conditions.
Providing NERC PRC compliance reviews is a service that SynchroGrid is proud to supply to our clients to ensure their compliance within the industry and the success of their facilities.
SynchroGrid conducted a coordination review utilizing compliance of NERC PRC-019-2 at Roland C. Dansby Power Plant.
SynchroGrid reviewed substation settings to ensure compliance with NERC PRC-002-2 for Cross Texas Transmission.
SynchroGrid replaced a distribution transformer and a relay panel at the BTU Nall Lane substation.
SynchroGrid reviewed protection relay settings for Pattern Energy's Panhandle substation.
SynchroGrid reviewed the protection relay settings for Pattern Energy's Panhandle substation.
SynchroGrid performed engineering calculations to verify that relay settings were in compliance with NERC PRC-019-2 for all wind farms located in the United States.
SynchroGrid created standard relay maintenance procedures and documentation to ensure compliance with NERC PRC-005-6 for Bryan Texas Utilities.
SynchroGrid reviewed the protection relay settings for Bryan Texas Utilities to ensure compliance with PRC-024-2.
SynchroGrid created an innovative process that has simplified the verification of generator protective relays for NERC PRC-025 compliance.
SynchroGrid performed extensive calculations for wind farms across Canada to ensure that their relay settings were in compliance with a number of NERC-PRC standards.