See cable system.
An AC connection is used to carry generated electrical energy from the transformer platform of an offshore wind farm to a converter platform (for DC grid connection systems) or to a bundling point (for AC grid connections systems). From here, the electrical energy is transmitted through a HVDC transmission line or an AC transmission line to an onshore grid connection point.
The electrical energy generated by an offshore wind farm is transmitted via intra-farm cabling directly to a converter platform (in the case of DC grid connection systems) or transformer platform (in the case of AC grid connection systems). From here, the electrical energy is transmitted over an HVDC transmission line or an AC transmission line to the onshore grid connection point. The intra-farm cabling of the offshore wind farm is not part of the DC or AC grid connection systems.
See Ac connection.
The "Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators" is the regulatory agency for Europe. Its primary function is to coordinate and provide advice. One of its main tasks is the composition of non-binding guidelines, which ENTSO-E uses as a basis for developing network codes. Other tasks include the coordination of investments and infrastructure-related measures as well as monitoring the operational capability of the European electricity and gas sector.
The actual grid is the grid as it currently exists today.
The starting offshore grid is the point of departure for planning work for the Offshore Grid. It contains the actual offshore grid, supplemented with grid connection systems for offshore wind farms, which have been approved by the transmission system operators (TSOs) obliged to create this connection. In accordance with Section 17e (2) of the Energy Industry Act, this obligation applies to - offshore wind farms, which have been given unconditional approval for connection to the grid by August 29 2012 and - offshore wind farms, which were initially given conditional approval for connection to the grid and which could satisfactorily show that they fulfil all criteria for unconditional approval by September 1 2012.
Alternating current (abreviated AC) is the term for a flow of electricity that periodically reverses direction (polarity) and for which the positive and negative momentary values complement each other so that over time the average current is zero. Three-phase alternating current is also referred to as rotary current.
The annual peak load is the maximum demand for electrical power occurring in a grid in one year.
The Area Development Plan is created by the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency in coordination with the Federal Network Agency and in consultation with the Federal Agency for Nature Conversation and the coastal states. The plan defines the spatial planning requirements within the German exclusive economic zone for the North Sea and Baltic Sea with respect to the systematic grid connection of offshore wind farms as of the year 2026. It can contain spatial planning decisions with respect to the coastal waters.
The auxiliary power supply needed by the operational facilities and secondary structures for the operation of network connection systems and offshore wind farms.