The regulation of frequency in the National Electricity Market is managed through frequency control ancillary services (FCAS) – one of four ancillary services used by AEMO to manage the power system securely and safeguard supply quality.
The importance and value of cable monitoring technologies varies for each organisation, as will how return on investment (ROI) is evaluated and business cases are prepared. To help with this process for power cables, we’ve summarised the top five advantages of cable monitoring and their ROI implications in our new resource "The Top 5 ROI Outcomes of Cable Monitoring".
The Electric Energy Society of Australia (EESA) NSW Annual Conference & Trade Exhibition was held yesterday, Wednesday 25th November at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney. This year the program theme addressed “Network efficiencies and opportunities in an increasingly complex energy landscape”.
Analysis of a transformer oil sample for dissolved gases by a laboratory is an established technique recognised as the most important test for monitoring power transformers. The Kelman Transport X is a compact portable Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) system which can be used to analyze oil samples for all dissolved fault gases and moisture.