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Power System Inertia
System inertia is the instantaneous power reserve that stabilizes power systems after large-scale disturbances. It declines with increasing renewable generation, causing an increased risk of black-out unless action is taken. Providing additional inertia will be necessary to maintain security of supply at a reasonable level. To solve the problem of reduced inertia in a reliable and cost-efficient way, this thesis first systematically describes requirements on system level, as basis for the following evaluation of ...