December 09, 2009
DIgSILENT has completed a high level feasibility study for the integration of up to 2800 MW of wind generation in the Western Cape / South Africa. The feasibility study was one of the major objectives of the joint project of GTZ/ESKOM and the Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning (D:EA&DP) primarily analysing the impact of planned wind generation projects on the South African Transmission Grid.
Key study results:
The high level feasibility study has identified a number of additional research activities incl.:
The gtz newsletter summarizing the major activities and project background is available via:
The same link is giving access to the complete grid study executed by DIgSILENT GmbH.Back to News