Intelligent Load Shedding

Intelligent Load Shedding - ILS™

Optimal Load Preservation System
ETAP Intelligent Load Shedding (ILS) provides optimal, fast load shedding based on actual operating conditions of the system, including type and location of the disturbances.
  • Load Preservation

    Preserve system operation against disturbances, loss of generation, and unplanned outages.

  • Load Restoration

    Restores loads incrementally based on knowledge of process and electrical system interdependencies

  • Load Shedding Validation

    Validate load shedding logic schemes via simulation prior to field deployment

Intelligent Load Shedding Key Benefits & Capabilities

  • Eliminate unnecessary load shedding
  • Reduction of downtime for critical loads
  • Reduction of spinning reserve requirements
  • Reliable load preservation system
  • Fast response to disturbances
  • Operator alerts for marginal operating conditions
  • Display required minimum MW & selected loads
  • Trigger & time dependent load shedding
  • User-definable control logics & macros
  • User-definable system triggers
  • Operator-friendly interface
  • Display operating & recommended spin reserve
  • VFD load reduction control
  • System islanding logic
  • Display monitored data on the one-line diagram
  • Predict system response after load shed
  • Log & view load shedding actions & recommendations
  • Unlimited load shedding schedules
  • User-defined load priority & groups
  • Option to simulate & test ILS recommendations

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      All of this is executed instantaneously (no delay) after a disturbance occurs in the system for transient events or after user-defined time delay for steady-state overload conditions.

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