Countries that are rapidly increasing their renewables capacity with associated grid and transmission overload problems can gain additional capacity out of existing electric transmission systems and help unlock stalled renewable energy projects.
How? By deploying grid-enhancing technologies, according to a new report.
This is acutely important for renewables infrastructure build-out as grid capacity could postpone and even cancel needed onshore and offshore wind power projects needed to offset the region's over-reliance on coal used for power generation. S&P Global Platts Feb. 24, 2021