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BDEW: Sluggish Response to Retrofitting of Solar Power Plants to Prevent 50.2 Hertz Problem

The operators of roughly 300,000 solar power plants only sluggishly fulfill their obligation to cooperate with grid operators in retrofitting those plants falling under the scope of the ordinance on technical security and system stability in the electricity networks (Systemstabilitätsverordnung- SysStabV), the Federal Association of the Energy and Water Industry (BDEW) warned.

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Bundesrat Approves Ordinance on Grid System Stability Requiring Retrofitting of PV Plants on Certain Conditions

The Federal Council (Bundesrat) has approved an ordinance by the government on technical security and system stability in the electricity networks (Systemstabilitätsverordnung- SysStabV) on certain conditions. The ordinance stipulates conditions for retrofitting solar power plants commissioned before 1 January 2012 to minimise the 50.2 Hertz problem.

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