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IEC TS 62600-300

Marine energy – Wave, tidal and other water current converters – Part 300: Electricity producing river energy converters – Power performance assessment

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 September 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 58
ICS Code (Hydraulic energy engineering): 27.140
scope:

This part of IEC 62600 provides:

• A systematic methodology for evaluating the power performance of river current energy converters (RECs) that produce electricity for utility scale and localized grids;

• A definition of river energy converter rated capacity and rated water speed;

• A methodology for the production of power curves for the river energy converters in consideration; and

• A framework for the reporting of results.

Exclusions from the scope of this document are as follows:

• RECs that provide forms of energy other than electrical energy unless the other form is an intermediary step that is converted into electricity by the river energy converter;

• Resource assessment, that will be addressed separately in the River Energy Resource Assessment Technical Specification;

• Scaling of any measured or derived results;

• Power quality issues;

• Any type of performance other than power and energy performance; and

• The combined effect of multiple river energy converter arrays.

Document History

IEC TS 62600-300
September 1, 2019
Marine energy – Wave, tidal and other water current converters – Part 300: Electricity producing river energy converters – Power performance assessment
This part of IEC 62600 provides: • A systematic methodology for evaluating the power performance of river current energy converters (RECs) that produce electricity for utility scale and localized...

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