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Additional elements to plant:output:electricity

  1. Standby
  2. Prime
  3. Continuous
  4. Dependable

Standby, Prime, Continuous ratings as per ISO 8528 and Dependable power as the sum of factors as described in IEC 62853:2018 as per TC56 workgroup set.

Rationale is for making grid assessments that standby power can not be used for more than 250 hours/year, prime power can be relied on for servicing the main area with +10% more power and continuous power is the normal. Dependable power also includes the state of the engines and the methods a (group of) generators is used. Dependable power for renewable generation can be given when local storage is applied, solar and wind are combined, and/or can absorb fluctuations caused by dropping of generators.

Combination of parameters can determine how much renewable can be injected in an aging park & grid

--GerGroeneveld (talk) 05:24, 3 April 2021 (UTC)

Thank you for this input, it sounds really valuable when it comes to describe power plants role in energy supply.
However, output keys aren't intended to state a role in the power grid but to give an amount of power the feature outputs.
It would require a formal proposal to introduce a new key dedicated to such a property. Would you get involved in this writing?

--Fanfouer (talk) 21:29, 3 April 2021 (UTC)

Sure I liked to get involved.
Suggestion 1. key output_role: { standby|prime|continuous|dependable } = xxx VA|kVA|MVA. output can be kept to show its power output (in Watts) in its common role.
VA as in other roles as normal the grid load may be different as what it is normally and output of the device may be different.

--GerGroeneveld (talk) 02:51, 4 April 2021 (UTC)