All of the electricity produced in the wind generator’s terminals is brought up to the same voltage range as the grid by a transformer before being sent to the substation, which represents the interface between the wind farm and the concessionary’s electricity grid. At the substation, all of the electricity is monitored by the grid analysis system, by the protection system, by the metering system and by the SCADA system.
Once the operational conditions in terms of electricity voltage and frequency are guaranteed, the energy is injected into the grid through the transmission line. The final transformation posts bring the tension down to 220 Volts, thus allowing it to be distributed to consumers in the form we use it on a daily basis.
In our region, the predominant winds come from a northeasterly direction, and the wind regime is good throughout the year, making wind energy a feasible alternative for the production of clean and sustainable energy.