What is Project Development

Project development is the provision of resources, coordination, and resource control to achieve specific project goals. And it has some processes. Processes improve transportation from concept to construction.

Sub-Station:

Substations are a part of the power transmission, generation and distribution system. Substations change the voltage from low to high or vice versa.

What is it used for: If there is a fire in the sub station room, the sub station doors will be closed if they are open. There are fire safety doors in the sub station, there is a fire manual calling button, if you ever see a fire, press the manual button The alarm will sound. The sub station line goes from the main line to the VCB at 11000 volts and from the VCB to the transformer at 420 volts to the REB. From here the distribution takes place at different loads. It is mainly used in factories.

SUBSTATION LINE

Transmission Network Development:

The National Transmission Network Development Plan (NTNDP) was created in 2011

Operational requirements depend on the supply of electricity for production and supply. The increase in demand for electricity is driven by economic activity and population growth. The Australian Council of Governments (COAG) has recommended that the NTNDP reduce emissions by 26-28% below 2003 levels by 2030. The Australian Council of Governments (COAG) has recommended that NTNDP reduce emissions by 26-28 per cent below 2003 levels by 2030. But Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and ACT are all pursuing national renewable energy policy to increase renewable energy production. Clear guidance at the Commonwealth level through planning has not yet been found.

The required generation mix under the National RET, Emission Intensity Project will vary significantly and requires different levels of system support services and the ability to transfer power. To address this uncertainty, the EMO examines the need for transition to NTNDP in 2011 under three conditions:

To address this uncertainty, the EMO examines the need for transition to NTNDP in 2011 under three conditions:

  1. Short Grid Demand Situation- Considering low demand, examine how the low threshold for demand (32 percent reduction in 20 years) can affect transmission development to test the high impulse of solar PV paths.
  2. Neutral view – Considered as the most likely to increase demand.
  3. Emissions reduction situation 45% – Considering the neutral level of demand and reducing skin emissions by 2030.