Presentation on theme: "Technical Aspects of Interconnection of the Power System of Ukraine 28 th of February, 2006 Brussels Electricity Sector of Ukraine: Status and Plans Ahead."— Presentation transcript:
Technical Aspects of Interconnection of the Power System of Ukraine 28 th of February, 2006 Brussels Electricity Sector of Ukraine: Status and Plans Ahead
Ukraine Briefly Total area is 603,700 sq. km Total length of the borders is 7,590 km Population is about 48,5 mln. The capital is Kyiv Border countries are: Belarus, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia Slovakia,
Number of step-up substations kV – Total installed capacity of transformers – MVA Total number of circuit breakers – above Total length of electrical lines – above km Total number of transformer substations – above
Installed capacity of power plants is above 52 mln. kW Total annual production is above 185 mln. MW*h Generation Capacity of Ukraine 5 TPP Generation Companies- 14 TPPs, 97 units ( MW) 1 NPP Generation Company- 4 NPPs, 15 units ( MW) 1 HPP Generation Company- 8 HPPs, 90 units ( MW) 3 big CHP- 9 units (250 – 100 MW)
SE NPC UKRENERGO. Main Tasks - provision of integrity of Ukrainian IPS; - provision of operative-technological control of Ukrainian IPS with a provision of optimal modes for operation within Wholesale Electricity Market; - provision of synchronous operation of the IPS of Ukraine with power systems of neighboring countries as well as implementation of special schemes for power transmission to these countries; - prevention and liquidation of network disturbances and system accidents; - provision of operation and maintenance of the backbone network and means for IPS of Ukraine control.
SE NPC UKRENERGO. Transmission Network -132 substations with voltage level kV -total capacity of transformer substations – MVA -total length of transmission lines more than km -750 kV lines – 4115 km -500 kV lines – 375 km -400 kV lines – 340 km -330 kV lines – km -220 kV lines – 4170 km
SE NPC UKRENERGO. Dispatch Control
Countries Interconnectin g Lines kV Russia14 Moldova7 Belarus2 Poland2 Slovakia2 Hungary4 Romania2 Total33 Countries Intercon. lines kV Russia14 Moldova7 Belarus2 Poland2 Slovakia2 Hungary4 Romania2 Total33
Burshtyn TPP Island Territory – km 2 Population – 3 millions Export potential – up to 550 MW Internal consumption – MW Power plants – Burshtyn TPP (2300 MW), Kalush TPP (200 MW) and Tereblia-Rikskaya HPP (27 MW)
Establishment of the «Burshtyn TPP Island» Chronology of Events November 1-3, 1995 – initial meeting of UCTE experts with Ukrainian specialists in Lviv. January 1996 – first meeting of the Technical Committee UCTE/CENTREL/Ukraine. 1995– elaboration and approval of the Catalogue of Measures on integration of the «Burshtyn TPP Island» to UCTE/CENTREL – Agreement on long-term physical delimitation of Burshtyn TPP Island from IPS of Ukraine was signed. April 6-20, 2002 – tests and 2 weeks trial operation of the «Burshtyn TPP Island» before connection to UCTE power system. July 1, 2002 – «Burshtyn TPP Island» was switched on one year trial parallel operation with UCTE. July 1, 2003 – Constant operation of «Burshtyn TPP Island» with UCTE. October10, 2004 – Resynchronization of II synchronous zone of UCTE. Switching on OHL 400 kV Mukachevo-Roshior (Romania)
1.Increasing of capacity of existing units of Burshtyn TPP 2.Modernization of switching equipment and relay systems 3.Increasing of power export up to 600 – 650 MW 4.Development of fiber-optical communication lines Burshtyn TPP Island. Plans for Development
On the Way to Meet UCTE Requirements. Studies -Studies of the adequacy of Ukrainian normative documentation to the OH standards; -Studies of the adequacy of the Ukrainian IPS for synchronous operation with European Power System (N-1, stability, voltage regulation, power reserve control, emergency procedures, information exchange, etc.); -Studies of generation units to participate in primary and secondary regulation; -Studies of the electrical substations; -Development of the Ukrainian Grid Code.
On the Way to Meet UCTE Requirements. Studies to Be Finished Development of plan-schedule for II stage of HPP rehabilitation; - Harmonization of Ukrainian energy industry legislation in accordance with European requirements; - Development of project documentation for modernization of electrical substations; - Development of plan-schedule for modernization of TPP units to participate in primary and secondary regulation; - Development of plan-schedule for voltage control modernization.
Hydro Power PlantExist / Reconstructed Units Units under AGC Installed capacity under AGC, MW Regulation Zones Kievskaya20 / 8122,4Emergency only Kremenchyckaya12 / 6157All zones Dneprodzerginskaya8 / 6148All zones Dneprovskaya18 / 966*72=432All zones Kahovskaya6 / 4152All zones Dnestrovskaya6 / 61117Emergency only Total70 / ,4 On the Way to Meet UCTE Requirements. Secondary Control - Installation of SCADA\EMS\AGC system MW of HPP is permanently under AGC control
On the Way to Meet UCTE Requirements. Network Construction -Construction of OHL 330 kV HAES-Hmelnitska -Construction of OHL 330 kV RAES-Lutsk Pivnichna -Construction of N.Donbaska 500 kV substation -Construction of OHL 500 kV Donbaska-N.Donbaska -Increasing of voltage level of OHL RAES-Zahidnoukrainska to 750 kV Modernization of relay protection -Installation of SCADA\EMS\AGC system -Construction of 1160 km of fiber cable communication link -Installation of WAMS system
750 kV Lines: Rivnenska NPP - Kyivska kV Lines: N.Odeska – Artsyz Adgalyk – Usatovo Zahidnoukrainska – Bogorodchani Construction of connections of Dnestr PSPP to OHL Dnestr HPP-Ladygyn TPP Dnestr PSPP – Bar Network modernization: Increasing of voltage level of line 220 kV Sevastopol – Simferopol up to 330 kV Construction of connections to line 330 kV Melitopol - Simferopol from Dgankoj substation Installation of series capacitor on Dgankoj substation Generation Construction of Dnestr Pumped – Storage Power Plant Construction of Tashlyk Pumped – Storage Power Plant On the Way to Meet UCTE Requirements. Network Construction till 2008
Technical Aspects of Interconnection of the Power System of Ukraine Volodymyr Luchnikov Electricity Sector of Ukraine: Status and Plans Ahead Thank you for attention !