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The Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam (ERAV) and General Electric International (GE) have signed a contract to develop a wind grid code for the country's electric power sector, based on a technical assistance grant to ERAV funded by the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA).
GE's Energy Consulting department will conduct a study of Vietnam's wind resources, power grid and planned wind power capacity additions to serve as the basis for a new grid code standard that allows for the integration and interconnection of up to 6,000MW of new wind power. The team of GE experts will examine the impacts of wind power generation on the power system's stability, as well as the reliability of long-term wind forecasting.
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