'Power Park Module' or 'PPM' means a unit or ensemble of units generating electricity, which is either non-synchronously connected to the network or connected through power electronics, and that also has a single connection point to a transmission system, distribution system including closed distribution system or HVDC system (Article 2(17) of the Network Code on Requirements for Grid Connection of Generators (NC RfG)).

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Generation unit

Synchronous Power Generating Module

Power Generating Module 

Power electronics interface most PPM are connected is either full-size or partial converter (ENTSO-E guidance document for national implementation for network codes on grid connection, Reactive power control modes for PPM & HVDC, Draft for consultation 1 July -15 August 2016, of 30 June 2016 (p. 3)).

Detailed technical requirements for Power Park Modules are laid down in Title II, Chapter 3 of the NC RfG (separately for types B, C, and D as well as Offshore Power Park Modules - Articles 20 - 28).


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Network Code on Requirements for Grid Connection of Generators (NC RfG), Article 2(17)



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