Renewable resources are constantly gaining ground all around the world; Hungary
constitutes no exception. Among these resources we find a particularly large number of
wind power plants and wind farms. Integration of wind energy, however, comes with
significant difficulties due to the stochastic nature of wind. Because of this, very strict
regulations have come into force upon building and maintaining wind turbines. In my
thesis, I will present these regulations and observe the behavior of a dynamic model.
Firstly, I will elaborate on what kind of wind power plants there are along with their
respective advantages and disadvantages. Afterwards, Hungarian wind power plants and
electricity grids will be presented briefly.
In the following chapter I will discuss in-country and foreign Grid Codes in detail, at the
end of the chapter I will compare the two.
Furthermore, my task was to create a dinamic model, subject to inspection with the help
of a simulator. For this purpose I have chosen software called Power System Simulation
for Engineering, solely developed to observe electricity grids.