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Abhijith Prakash

Abhijith Prakash
UNSW Sydney | UNSW · School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications

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Publications (5)
Article
For restructured electricity industries undergoing energy transition, designing effective and efficient frequency control arrangements is a complex and ongoing task that requires appropriate configuration of controllers, generator technical connection requirements, market arrangements and wider policy settings. In this paper, we provide an overview...
Technical Report
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A key initiative in the Energy Security Board’s (ESB) post-2025 National Electricity Market (NEM) design work is how best to design system services arrangements (including frequency control, ramping and reserves and system strength services) to meet the technical needs of the power system during energy transition. As a part of this process, the ESB...
Technical Report
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A key initiative in the Energy Security Board’s (ESB) post-2025 National Electricity Market design work is how best to design system services arrangements to meet the technical needs of the power system during the energy transition. As a part of this process, the ESB has used the electricity market rule change process to accelerate the design proce...
Technical Report
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The Energy Security Board (ESB) is currently investigating electricity market design transformation given the changing nature of energy services and users in a post-2025 National Electricity Market (NEM). In September, the ESB released a consultation paper asking for feedback on seven market design initiatives that were being considered. Our submi...

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