Siemens to implement Primary Frequency Control Technology for NTPC Dadri steam power plant

Siemens Limited commissioned India’s first condensate throttling-based Primary Frequency Control Solution at National Capital Power Station (NCPS), NT...

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Siemens Limited commissioned India’s first condensate throttling-based Primary Frequency Control Solution at National Capital Power Station (NCPS), NTPC Dadri (Stage 2, Unit 6). Condensate throttling, based on Siemens’ SPPA-P3000 Frequency Control Solution, is used for immediate generation of additional power for frequency control.
Given the government’s commendable progress on electrifying India by programs such as ‘Power for all’ by 2022, India is witnessing unprecedented increase in renewable energy being fed to the grid. Due to the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources, the coal-fired power plants, which constitute around 59% of India’s installed generation capacity, are required to be highly flexible to balance the power grids.

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